WDET Wins 10 Awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters

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WDET won the most “best in category” awards of any public radio station in Michigan.

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The Michigan Association of Broadcasters has honored WDET with 10 awards for its work in 2020, including six “Best In Category” awards – more than any other public radio station in the state.

In an unprecedented year, WDET’s reporters and producers went above and beyond to provide critical news and information, tell community stories and provide respite through our music, arts and culture programming.

Thanks to our listeners who have made these awards possible.  Without your support, award-winning stories like these can’t be produced.


Best In Category

Hard News & Current Events Story:

Kneel With Us: Four Nights In, Detroit Protesters, Police Fight For Narrative” — Eli Newman


News Special or Public Affairs Program:

Whitmer Kidnap Plot Special” — WDET News


Musical Programming:

CanCon on CultureShift” — Rob Reinhart


Special Interest & Cultural Programming:

Between Takes Special” — Sam Beaubien


Feature/Use of New Media:

A Monument to Malice Green Rises in Highland Park” — Ryan Patrick Hooper


Newscast:

WDET News 6 am March 11, 2020” — Pat Batcheller


Merit Awards

News Special or Public Affairs:

Detroit Today – COVID Victims” — Detroit Today


Mini-Documentary or Series:

COVID Survivors Series” — Laura Herberg


Special Interest and Cultural Programming:

Ann Delisi’s Essential Conversations” — Ann Delisi


Community Involvement

COVID Diaries” — David Leins, Shiraz Ahmed, Meta Stange

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This is a stressful, insecure time for many. So it’s more important than ever for you, our listeners and readers, who are able to donate to keep supporting WDET’s mission. Please make a gift today.


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Jerome Vaughn, News Director

Jerome Vaughn is News Director at 101.9 WDET. His interest in news reporting began when he was five years old, after his mom bought him a yellow Panasonic ball and chain radio.

jvaughn@wdet.org Follow @jvdet

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