NAB salutes service


The National Association of Broadcasters has named the winners of its fifth
annual "Service to America" awards for community service.

The award for overall excellence goes to WGAL-TV Lancaster, Pa.

Children's TV awards go to KVIA-TV El Paso, Texas (small market); WAVY-TV
Portsmouth, Va. (medium market); and WLTV(TV) Miami (large market).

Partnership awards for broadcaster/corporate/community partnerships go to
WCVB-TV Boston and partner United Way of Massachusetts Bay/KeySpan Energy
Delivery (TV) and KDWB-FM Minneapolis and partner University Pediatrics

The "Friend in Need Awards" -- one each for TV and radio -- are for "service in the
face of natural disasters and other potentially life-threatening situations."

This year's winners are WAFF-TV Huntsville, Ala., and WWZZ-FM/WWVZ-FM
Arlington, Va.

The awards will be given out at the Service to America Summit June 9 at the
Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C.

The awards presentation will be emceed by CBS News' chief Washington
correspondent, Bob Schieffer.