Monday night, October 11, KCLU received a 2010 National Edward R. Murrow Award.
News Director, Lance Orozco, accepted the award for Best Audio Sports Reporting in the small market radio division for his story “The Oldest Dodger,” about a 100-year-old Oxnard man who is the oldest-living member of the Major League Baseball team.
KCLU has won more than 140 regional awards for broadcasting excellence in the last decade, but this is the station’s first national award since it signed on in 1994.
Congratulations to Lance for receiving national recognition!
Listen to “The Oldest Dodger”.