WYMT takes home several KBA 2022 Impact Broadcast Awards
HAZARD, Ky. (WYMT) - Several of our current and former employees are bringing home Kentucky Broadcasters Association 2022 Impact Broadcast Awards.
WYMT competes in division two, which includes all television stations other than Lexington or Louisville.
“Congratulations! I’m very proud of the hard work and dedication our team puts in each day to serve Eastern Kentucky. This is their reward for a job well done,” said WYMT Vice President and General Manager Neil Middleton.
Third Place: Emily Bennett “COVID Long-term Effects”
First Place: Camille Gear “Jim Matney’s Legacy”
Sports Prep Show:
Third Place: “Sports Overtime Saturday Night”
First Place: “Boys from the Mountains”
Second Place: “Pigskin Preview Top 10″
First Place: Chad Hurt “Spook Tacular Costume Contest”
Third Place: Patrick Blevins “Jim & Chas Memorial Day”
Second Place: “Historic Flooding”
First Place: Dakota Makres “Goose House Saga”
Second Place: Buddy Forbes “COVID-19 Kills First Responders”
First Place: Ethan Sirles
Second Place: Buddy Forbes “Mother and Daughter Reunited”
Second Place: Camille Gear
Third Place: Steve Hensley
First Place: WYMT-TV
Third Place: WYMT/WKYT Reporter: Phil Pendleton
We would like to congratulate our colleagues at other television and radio stations across the commonwealth.
You can see the list of winners here.
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