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May 6, 2017, 6 PM cocktails, 7 PM dinner

at Drumlins Country Club, 800 Nottingham Road

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Newcomer Award

 

A. BROHMANN ROTH NEWCOMER AWARD
A. Brohmann Roth was a columnist for the Syracuse Herald-Journal who encouraged young people to do their best work and grow in their newly chosen field of journalism.
(Nominee is new to field of journalism within 3 years of selection.)

2014: Asa Stackel, WWNY-TV 

2013: Tom Eschen, CNY Central 

2012: Chris McGrath, CNY Central

2012: Amanda Seef, Eagles Newspapers 

2011: Megan Hislop, WCNY-TV

2009: Allysa Sunkin, The Citizen

2009: Ray Villeda, WSYR-TV

2009: Jasmyn Belcher, WRVO-FM

2008: Niko Tamurian, WSTM-TV

2008: Kevin Torres, WSYR-TV

2008: Jason Smith, WRVO
 

2007: Douglass Dowty, reporter, The Post-Standard

2007: Jennifer Lewke, reporter, WSYR-TV 9

2007: Jason Holder, producer, WSTM-TV

2006: Amaris Elliott-Engel, reporter, The (Auburn) Citizen

2006: Emily Kulkus, reporter, The Post-Standard

2005: Adam Chodak, reporter, News 10 Now

2005: Steve Flamisch, reporter, WSYR

2005: BoNhia Lee, reporter, The Post-Standard

2004: Kim Baxter, sports reporter, The Post-Standard

2004: Michael Oliveira, producer, WTVH

2004: Rob Varley, reporter, The (Auburn) Citizen

2003: Michael Riecke, reporter, WIXT

2003: Marie Thery, producer, WSTM-TV

2002: Jen Maxfield, reporter, WIXT

2002: Martin Walls, managing editor, Eagle Newspapers

2001: Michael Benny, reporter, WTVH

2001: Justin Pizzi, reporter, WSYR Radio

2000: Brittney Fiorini, editor, Camillus Advocate

2000: David Goodwin, photojournalist, WIVT-TV

2000: Jason Lowther, photojournalist, WTVH

1999: Chris Van Deusen, reporter, WSYR Radio

1998: Jessica DeCerce, Eagle Newspapers

1998: Al Lauricella, WTVH

1997: Tasneem Grace, reporter, Syracuse Herald-Journal "H-J" Magazine

1996: Nina Kim, reporter, Syracuse Herald-Journal/Herald-American

1995: Kelly Bradley, reporter, WSYR Radio

1994: Natalie Hurst, editor, Skaneateles Press

1993: Betsy Sykes, reporter, WSTM-TV

1992: Dan Hurley, public relations, SUNY Health Science Center

1991: Cindy Rodriguez

1989: Amber Smith, reporter, Herald-Journal

1986: Kevin Ryan, Fulton Bureau reporter, Syracuse Newspapers

1985: Tim Horan, reporter, WRVO

1984: Ron Lombard, WSYR

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"Journalism’s ultimate purpose [is] to inform the reader, to bring him each day a letter from home and never to permit the serving of special interests"
---Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Publisher, NY Times

Wall of Distinction

Joseph V. Ganley

Herald-Journal
Herald American
Club President: 1951-52

   Joe Ganley's romance with newspapers started by chance while taking part in his other great love --- a round of golf. Joe was working as a caddy at Bellevue Country Club because he had been laid off from his job at a steel plant.

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