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KCUR And Kansas News Service Partners Win More Than A Dozen 2021 KAB Awards

Lisa Rodriguez
KCUR 89.3

Reporters from KCUR and across the collaborative Kansas News Service received numerous awards in the 2021 Station Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting, conducted annually by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters.

Recognitions include:

Additionally, KCUR and Kansas News Service partner stations received:

The annual Station Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting competition is sponsored by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters. Awards were provided for work produced between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021.

Awardees will be recognized at the KAB Convention starting Oct. 3 in Wichita. A complete list of awardees can be found here.

About the Kansas News Service

The Kansas News Service is a collaboration of public media newsrooms delivering critical reporting of sound and substance. The nonprofit service is directed by KCUR 89.3 in Kansas City in partnership with KMUW (Wichita), Kansas Public Radio (KANU, Lawrence) and High Plains Public Radio (KANZ, Garden City). It is made possible with support from the Kansas Health Foundation, United Methodist Health Ministry Fund, Sunflower Foundation, REACH Healthcare Foundation and the Health Forward Foundation. Additional support comes from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Learn more at ksnewsservice.org.

Karen Campbell is the Director of Institutional Giving & Communications for KCUR 89.3. You can reach her at karen@kcur.org.
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