Ozarks Public Broadcasting was recognized with three winning entries at the Missouri Broadcasters Association (MBA) awards dinner.
- KSMU and Jennifer received a Certificate of Merit in the Documentary/Public Affairs or Special Program for “Opportunities for Veterans.”
- KSMU and Michele received a Certificate of Merit for Feature Reporting for “The Battles of Newtonia.”
- Ozarks Public Television (OPT) received first place in the Documentary/Public Affairs or Special Program for our series anniversary program, “OzarksWatch Video Magazine-A Celebration of People, Places and Traditions.”
“A special thank you for each of you who continue your strong support and contributions to our OzarksWatch Video Magazine series,” said Thomas Carter, manager programming and product at OPT.
This year Lisa Rau was master of ceremonies. A special highlight of the evening was Ned Reynolds being inducted into the MBA Hall of Fame.
“The support and participation of many people makes these projects possible and a success,” Carter said. “It’s always a much-enjoyed honor to be part of this professional organization.”