KCET and PBS SoCal Win Seven Golden Mike Awards | KCET
KCET and PBS SoCal Win Seven Golden Mike Awards
The Public Media Group of Southern California has been honored by the Radio and Television News Association of Southern California with a total of seven Golden Mike awards.
The KCET "Artbound" episode “That Far Corner: Frank Lloyd Wright in Los Angeles” and the PBS SoCal special “Iconic Vision: John Parkinson, Architect of Los Angeles” were recognized in the Best Documentary category and both stations garnered awards in the Best Entertainment Reporting category for episodes from KCET’s "Lost LA" and PBS SoCal’s "LAaRT" series.
For the eighth time, KCET’s award-winning weekly half-hour news documentary series "SoCal Connected" won the Golden Mike for Best News Public Affairs Program while its story “Made in L.A.” was honored with Best Light Feature Reporting. The “Sea Level Rising: Living with Water” episode of KCET’s "Earth Focus" series received Best News Videography accolades.
The 69th Golden Mike Awards were presented on Saturday, January 19, 2019 at the RTNA Golden Mike Awards® Dinner at the Universal Hilton in Universal City, California.
Full list of honorees below:
- KCET Artbound “That Far Corner: Frank Lloyd Wright in Los Angeles”
Best Entertainment Reporting
- KCET Lost LA “When Women Called the Shots: The Forgotten Story of Early Hollywood’s Female Filmmakers”
- PBS SoCAL LAaRT “Veterans and the Shakespeare Center”
Best News Public Affairs Program
- KCET SoCal Connected
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Best Light Feature Reporting
- KCET SoCal Connected “Made in L.A.”
Best News Videography of a Hard News Story, Series or Special
- KCET Earth Focus “Sea Level Rising: Living with Water”
Top: Still image from Lost LA “When Women Called the Shots: The Forgotten Story of Early Hollywood’s Female Filmmakers”
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