CBS 62 Receives Broadcast Excellence Awards
Vicki Briganti – CBS 62 Writer / Producer / Editor
Congratulations to the winners of the Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB) Broadcast Excellence Awards.
The MAB Broadcast Excellence Awards is Michigan’s premiere broadcasting competition and awards show. Network, commercial, and public radio and television stations from across the state compete against a standard of excellence in various categories designed to showcase the best materials that Michigan broadcasters have to offer.
CBS 62 (WWJ-TV) received three merit awards. Motor City Creative Producer/Editor/Videographer Tim Lawlis received a merit honor in the commercial category for his work on the “Michigan Renaissance Festival.”
Producer/Editor Andrew Cotitsas and Senior Videographer Paul Pytlowany won a merit award in the marketing materials and promos category for their work on “First Forecast – A Boy Named Jim.”
In the Photojournalist category, Paul Pytlowany also won a second place/merit award.
“I’m both impressed and proud of the quality of work produced on a daily basis in our creative services department,” says Trey Fabacher, Vice President and General Manager of CBS 62/CW 50. “Congratulations to all our local winners for a job well done.”
To see the list of winners, go to michmab.com.
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