This is the Manager’s Minute.
The annual journalism award season just ended, with KGOU winning the Sweepstakes Award for most honors in the Oklahoma/Arkansas Associated Press competition.
KGOU, KOSU and StateImpact Oklahoma (SIO) took First Place in Government Reporting for the Oklahoma Engaged Election Project.
Oklahoma Engaged also received a regional Edward R. Murrow Award and a First Place prize from the Public Radio News Directors, Incorporated.
KGOU and StateImpact Oklahoma earned 16 awards, including eight First Place honors, from the Oklahoma Society of Professional Journalists.
KGOU news director Jacob McCleland took First in the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters Awards for his feature on rattlesnake hunters.
Finally, Storme Jones won First Place for Radio Newscast in the Oklahoma Broadcast Education Association student contest.
Those winning awards were: Jacob McCleland, Kate Carlton Greer, Brian Hardzinski, Storme Jones, and SIO reporters Joe Wertz and Logan Layden.
Until next time, with the Manager’s Minute, I’m Dick Pryor.