CBC Radio wins 2 Jack Webster awards

CBC Radio won two Jack Webster awards at Wednesday night's gala in Vancouver, honouring the best in B.C. journalism.

CBC Radio won two Jack Webster awards at Wednesday night's gala in Vancouver, honouring the best in B.C. journalism.

Nelson-based reporter Bob Keating won the award for best radio news reporting for his coverage of the Johnsons Landing mudslide.

Freelance contributors Garth Mullins and Lisa Hale and the CBC's Yvonne Gall won the award for best radio feature for their documentary The Imaginary Albino, which aired on Ideas.

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