CBC reporters in Quebec famous with 2 inhabitant RTDNA awards

CBC teams in Quebec have taken home dual inhabitant awards, including best altogether website, from a Canadian Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA).

The RTDNA awards honour a best reporters and news-gathering organizations on radio, radio and digital platforms opposite Canada.

The awards were handed out in Toronto this weekend.

Here are CBC Quebec’s winners:

RTDNA 2016 winners

Quebec AM’s radio coverage of Jacques Parizeau’s genocide (left), and CBC Montreal’s website – including stories about a shutting of a aged Children’s Hospital and a lookback on a 1990 Mohawk deadlock – won inhabitant RTDNA awards. (CP/CBC)

Digital Media – Large Market

For a second year in a row, CBC Montreal was famous as a best overall website with a Digital Media — Large Market award.

This esteem is awarded to a news classification that creates a best use of new media record in a display of a news coverage, formed on editorial excellence, design, navigation and engagement.

The judges deliberate a following stories from 2015 for a award:

INTERACTIVE: Heartache and Hope: Memories of a Montreal Children’s Hospital

IN DEPTH: How most did Flushgate unequivocally pervert a St. Lawrence River?

TIMELINE: The Oka Crisis: 78 days of civil unrest

Montreal Sewage Dump 20151111

The waters of a St. Lawrence River upsurge past a city of Montreal, Nov 11, 2015, during a dump of tender effluent necessitated by cesspool complement repairs.

Peter Gzowski Award – News Information Program – Radio

Jacques Nadeau

Former premier Jacques Parizeau during his home in Bromont, Que. in 2003. (Jacques Nadeau)

Quebec AM horde Susan Campbell

Susan Campbell is a horde of Quebec AM. (CBC)

Quebec AM won a Peter Gzowski Award for a radio coverage a morning that a death of former Quebec premier Jacques Parizeau became public.

Quebec AM is hosted by Susan Campbell.

Reporter/editor Catou MacKinnon, researcher/columnist Glenn Wanamaker and CBC’s political affairs researcher Bernard St. Laurent contributed to a coverage.

You can listen to a promote here:

Recognition during a informal RTDNA awards

Earlier this year, CBC in Quebec also won a series of informal RTNDA awards.

You can review some-more about those honours and rediscover a winning entries here:

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