NAB Picks Service to America WinnersTV stations in Oklahoma, Utah, Florida and North Carolina will be saluted 4/02/2013 11:48:00 AM Eastern
The National Association of Broadcasters has named the
winners of its Service to America TV and radio awards, which celebrate
broadcasters' "outstanding community service."
The Service to America Television award goes to Allbritton's
KTUL Tulsa for conducting nearly 50 community service projects from blanket
drives to hunger campaigns.
The Service to Children television award goes Bonneville's
KSL-TV Salt Lake City for its "Read Today" literacy program combining book
donations with efforts to get kids reading at grade level.
The Service to Community television award goes to Scripps'
WFTS Tampa for its "Taking Action Against Domestic Violence" campaign.
A president's special award for "historic
and extraordinary achievement by a broadcaster or group of broadcasters"
goes to the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters and stations in that
state for hosting
the "Vietnam Veterans Homecoming Celebration."