Radio News Department once again did well in the Alaska Press Club Awards,
handed out Saturday night at the end of the organization's annual conference.
Wall won third place in Ongoing Public Affairs programs for The LegHead Report, her independently-produced daily look at the legislative
process. Jay Barrett took second in that same category with the Alaska
won a second in Breaking News for his story about the sinking of the fishing
vessel Northern Belle.
Resneck won a pair of second-place awards. One, in the Government or Political
Reporting category for his story over the advertising campaigns surrounding Proposition
1; and one for Comprehensive Coverage of the Alaska Aerospace Corporation.
And the station
won first place - again - for Best Daily Newscast. It's the fourth time the station has been so honored.
Kodiak's other news outlet, the Kodiak Daily Mirror, chose not to submit entries into this year's competition.
The Alaska Press Club is an association of journalists and media outlets in the state. The contest entries are judged by Outside experts.