Here Are the TV Newsers Nominated for 2018 NABJ Salute to Excellence Awards

By A.J. Katz Comment

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) announced today the finalists for their Salute to Excellence Awards.

NBC News and MSNBC earned a combined total of 13 nominations, eight of which were for NBC News, more than any other news organization.

The awards, presented by the National Association Black Journalists, honor outstanding coverage of African and/or African-American people or issues exclusively. Below is the list of TV news nominations and here you can find the full list of nominations. The gala celebration will take place during the NABJ’s 43rd Annual Convention and Career on August 4 in Detroit.

ABC NEWS:

  • Television – Spot News: The Slager Saga

Nightline

  • Television – General Assignment News Long Form: Black and Blue: A Divided Country
  • Television – International: Paradise Lost / Ian Pannell, Emily Taguchi, Ashley Louszko, Bruno Roeber, Jenna Millman
  • Television – General Assignment News Long Form: City of Angels: Legacy of the Riots

This Week With George Stephanopoulos

  • Television – Public Affairs: Interview/Discussion: This Week: Obama in the Oval
  • Television – Public Affairs: Segment: Charlottesville: Polarized Nation
 Good Morning America
  • Television – Specialty: Breast Cancer Triple Negative / GMA Staff

CBS NEWS:

60 Minutes

  • Television – International: 60 Minutes: Fighting Famine / Scott Pelley, correspondent, Nicole Young, producer, Katie Kerbstat, Associate Producer, Peter
    M. Berman, Editor
  • Television – Public Affairs: Segment: 60 Minutes: Pelican Bay / Oprah Winfrey, Rome Hartman, Sara Kuzmarov, Michael Mongull

48 Hours

  • Television – Documentary/Network: 48 Hours O.J. Simpson: Endgame / James Brown, Susan Zirinsky

The CBS Evening News

  • Television – Feature: Short Form: The CBS Evening News: On The Road with Steve Hartman, “Unlikely Basketball Hero” / Steve Hartman, Steve Capus, Kimberly Godwin, Katie Brennan

NBC NEWS:

Nightly News, Weekend Edition

  • Television – Short Form: The African-American Museum
  • Television – Short Form: Emmett Till: A Witness Recants
  • Television –  General Assignment News: Black Colleges and Trump
  • Television – General Assignment News: P&G’s Controversial Ad
  • Television – General Assignment News: Race In America
  • Television – Spot News: Violence in Charlottesville

Dateline NBC

  • Television – Documentary: Barack Obama: The Reality of Hope

MSNBC/AM Joy

  • Television – Public Affairs Interview/Discussion: Tragedy of ‘Time: The Kalief Browder Story’
  • Television – Public Affairs Program
  • Television – Public Affairs Segment: Hurricane Damage in U.S. Virgin Islands

Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly

  • Television – Long Form Feature: The Coach / Charmian Ling, Whitney Pennington Rodgers, Ben Weltman, Craig Melvin, Liz Cole

NBCBLK

  • Digital Media – Single Story/Feature: Jamaica’s ‘Barrel Children’ Often Come Up Empty With a Parent Abroad
  • Digital Media – Kenyan Entrepreneurs Help Youth Thrive in Africa’s Emerging ‘Silicon Valley’ // Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting

CNN:

  • Digital Media – Online Project News: Beneath the Skin / Rosa Flores, Anne Lagamayo, Madeleine Stix, Jacque Smith, CNN Digital Team
  • Television – Short Form Feature: CNN HEROES: KHALI SWEENEY & his Downtown Boxing Gym Youth Program / Meghan Dunn, Jimmy Mazzullo,Quentin Dunn, Michelle Genece Patterson,Mark Doctrow
  • Television – General Assignment News: EPA: Plant emits 99% of US chloroprene pollution / Victor Blackwell, Wayne Dash, Christopher Lett

The Messy Truth with Van Jones

  • Television – Public Affairs: Segment: Van Jones Investigates Detroit’s Black Vote / Van Jones, Laura Vigilante

VICE:

Vice News Tonight

  • Television – Investigative: Detroit Foreclosures / Antonia Hylton, Sarah Burke, John Chimples

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