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WUSF Wins 7 AP Florida Broadcasters Awards


WUSF Public Broadcasting took home seven awards at the Florida Associated Press Broadcasters awards banquet Saturday night in Orlando. WUSF took home two first place awards, and five second place awards.

This is a reflection of the great work our staff has done during the past year. At WUSF, we strive to bring you balanced, informative reports every day. Please click on the links below to get a sample of some of these works. Congratulations to our reporters!

-Steve Newborn, Interim News Director.

FIRST PLACE: Sports Feature

Bobbie O’Brien: Veteran Athletes Give Super Effort in Super G


FIRST PLACE: Use of Sound

Bobbie O’Brien: A Headstone Dedication for a Confederate Veteran



Carol Gentry: Legislative Analysts Told Scott His Medicaid Estimates Are Wrong (But He's Using Them Anyway)

Public Affairs-Florida Matters

Bobbie O’Brien, Carson Cooper: Autism


Series Reporting

Bobbie O’Brien: Off the Base



John O’Connor, Sammy Mack for http://stateimpact.npr.org/florida/

Light Feature

Dalia Colon: Hurricanes: What’s in a Name?


Steve Newborn is a WUSF reporter and producer at WUSF covering environmental issues and politics in the Tampa Bay area.
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