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WFPL 89.3 FM Receives 17 Journalism Awards

WFPL 89.3FM won 17 awards at the 2009 Kentucky Associated Press (AP) Awards. Four of the awards were won by Kentucky Public Radio Frankfort Bureau Chief Tony McVeigh, whose services are shared with six other public radio stations in the state. WFPL, Louisville’s NPR News station, is one of three public radio stations that comprise Louisville Public Media.Best Light News Feature:1st place—“Equine Therapy” Stephanie Sanders2nd place—“Old State Capitol” Tony McVeigh, KPRHonorable Mention—“Tobacco to Wine” Gabe BullardBest Hard News Feature:1st place—“Genocide Studies” Elizabeth Kramer2nd place—“Ford’s Future” Stephanie SandersHM—“Kentucky Horsemen Dispute” Stephanie SandersBest Use of Sound:2nd place—“School Bands” Elizabeth KramerHM—“State Capitol Repair” Tony McVeigh, KPRBest Political Coverage:2nd place—“Disappointing Session” Tony McVeigh, KPRBest Public Affairs:2nd place—“Urban Farming” Kristin EspelandHM—“Casinos in Kentucky” State of Affairs—Julie Kredens, Robin Fisher and Laura EllisBest Enterprise/Investigative Reporting:1st place—“Cave Conservation” Kristin Espeland2nd place—“Arts, Non-profits and the Economy” Elizabeth KramerBest Continuing Coverage:2nd place—“Casino Gaming Folds” Tony McVeigh, KPRBest Website:1st place—wfpl.org, WFPL staffBest Radio Anchor:1st place—Susan Sweeney CrumBest of Show—Overall Excellence:“Cave Conservation” Kristin EspelandFor more info, please contact Station Manager Todd Mundt at tmundt@louisvilllepublicmedia.org or 502.814.6500.