(Jefferson City) – The Ozark Radio Network is a finalist in two categories at this year’s Missouri Broadcasters Association Awards ceremony, which will be held June 6-7 at the Branson Convention Center in Branson, MO.
The News Department at the Ozark Radio Network received two nominations, one in the “Complete Newscast” category for a newscast done February 11, 2014 on 102.5 KDY, and one in the “News Series” category for our coverage of the battle between the Baxter County government and the American Humanist Association and the Appignani Humanist Legal Center over a nativity scene displayed by the county in 2013.
The Missouri Broadcasters Association Awards event honors radio and television stations in the state of Missouri for exemplary work in the previous year, and also honors broadcasters and managers in the Missouri Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame, which started in 2011. Ozark Radio Network founder Robert Neathery was named to the inaugural 2011 class.
“This continues the tradition of excellence we strive for at the Ozark Radio Network,” said News Director Ed Button. “To have statewide recognition for our work has been extremely humbling and exciting.”
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