On Saturday, Artbound won two television awards at the 63rd Annual Golden Mike Awards: "Best Entertainment Reporting" for Artbound Episode 1 and "Best Internet News Reporting" for Date Farmers: Desert Detritus Becomes Chicano Pop Art. Hosted by the Radio & Television News Association of Southern California, the awards promote excellence in local broadcast journalism. We are honored to be recognized for our achievements in broadcast and look forward to producing an exciting second season with our extraordinary editorial team, production crew, contributors, and partners.
See the full list of Golden Mike Award winners here.
Read and watch Date Farmers: Desert Detritus Becomes Chicano Pop Art. Watch Artbound Episode 1.
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