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41st Annual Professional Recognition Awards and Scholarship Banquet

April 27, 2019, 6 PM cocktails, 7 PM dinner

at Genesee Grande, 1060 East Genesee St, Syracuse

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Photographer John Berry recognized with Professional Standards award
John Berry is a bulldog photographer who had a 33-year career at The Post-Standard.

He approached his job with a determined, no-nonsense attitude. He was willing to go nose-to-nose with anyone who stood between him and a good breaking news image. But in the photos he shot, you could feel the empathy he felt for the subjects.

During his career, the newspaper nominated John twice for the Pulitzer Prize award.

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CNYCentral's Tom Eschen honored with Newcomer award
Tom Eschen has been a multi-media journalist at CNY Central since February of 2012, reporting on news and sports, while also anchoring sports in studio. 

Tom graduated from Ithaca College’s Park School of Communications in 2011. While at Ithaca, he received a degree in Journalism and played varsity football for four years.

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Three honored as Best News Source

Two Syracuse fire investigators and a spokeswoman for the U.S. Army at Fort Drum are honored this year with the Philip A. Hofmann President's Award for Best News Source.

With more than 54 combined years of experience, Lt. Joseph Galloway and Lt. Ken Heffernan are the forces behind fire investigation in the city of Syracuse. Both serve as fire investigators for the Syracuse Fire Department, working to investigate blazes and deliver that information to the news media.
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Career Achievement honor to WKTV's Bill Worden

By: Amanda Seef

When television news viewers think of Utica, they think of Bill Worden.

When he returned to the city from other news jobs in 1977, the mayor welcomed him home with a key to the city as he took the job as the 6 and 11 anchor at WKTV.

In 2012, as he retired with 35 years of news at WKTV, Worden was presented with another key to the city, this time inscribed with the words “thanks for everything.”

 

Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 May 2013 21:18 )
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SPC Honors OCC Senior as 2013 Devesty-Williams Scholarship Winner

Paul Valentino, a senior electronic media communication (EMC) student at Onondaga Community College, will receive the 2013 Devesty-Williams Scholarship, sponsored by the Syracuse Press Club, May 5, at the club’s annual awards event at Drumlin’s Country Club in Syracuse.  This dean's list student is slated to graduate at the end of the spring semester, with plans to transfer either to Syracuse University or Oswego State.  In addition to his full-time academic status, Valentino entertains locally as a club DJ, using many of the technological skills learned in the EMC program at OCC.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 25 April 2013 01:51 )
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"People in the media say they must look … at the president with a microscope. Now, I don’t mind a microscope, but boy, when they use a proctoscope, that’s going too far."
--Richard M. Nixon

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Richard Long

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Richard Long's career has spanned the world and embraced such endeavors as reporter, columnist, author, playwright, documentary filmmaker, director and producer.
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