CBC B.C. gets 33 nominations for 2015 RTDNA awards

The annual awards celebrate the best in British Columbia's electronic journalism, including radio, television and online news.

Annual awards celebrate the best in electronic journalism in B.C.

CBC News received 33 nominations for this year's B.C. region RTDNA awards, including nominations for our coverage of the arrival of Syrian refugees, the capsize of the Leviathan II and the transit referendum. (CBC)

The CBC has received 33 nominations for the 2015 B.C region RTDNA Awards.

The annual awards celebrate the best in electronic journalism in B.C., including radio, television and online news.

Digital

Adrienne Clarkson Award – Diversity

Data Storytelling Award

Digital Media Award – Large Market

Ron Laidlaw Award – Continuing Coverage

Sam Ross Award – Commentary

Multiplatform

Dan McArthur Award – In-depth/Investigative

Radio

Adrienne Clarkson Award – Diversity

Byron MacGregor Award (Small Market) – Best Newscast

Byron MacGregor Award (Large Market) – Best Newscast

Charlie Edwards Award – Spot News

Dave Rogers Award (Small/Medium Market) – Short Feature

Dave Rogers Award (Large Market) – Long Feature

Dick Smyth Award – Creative Use of Sound

Peter Gzowski Award – Radio News Information Program

Ron Laidlaw Award – Continuing Coverage

Sam Ross Award – Editorial / Commentary

Sports Award (Small/Medium Market)

Sports Award (Large Market)

  • CBC Vancouver, Seattle Seahawks: The Quest for Super Bowl XLIX

Television

Adrienne Clarkson Award – Diversity

Bert Cannings Award (Large Market) – Best Newscast

Dave Rogers Award (Large Market) Short Feature

Gord Sinclair Award – Live Special Events

Trina McQueen Award – Television News Information Program

CBC B.C.'s news team includes journalists, producers and camera operators in Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna, Prince George, Kamloops and Nelson. (Mike Laanela/CBC)

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