KCLU big radio winner at 72nd annual Golden Mike Awards
KCLU won the Golden Mikes for “Best Newscast,” “Best Live Reporting,” and “Best News Reporting,” as well as six other Golden Mikes at the 72nd annual Golden Mikes show.
KCLU’s Caroline Feraday won two individual Golden Mikes:
- Best Radio News Reporting
“Teen Attempted Suicide By Cop”
- Best Radio Entertainment Reporting
“A Pandemic Won’t Silence Us”
KCLU’s Lance Orozco won six individual Golden Mikes:
- Best Radio “Live” Coverage of a News Story
“Ventura County Canyon Firestorm”
- Best Radio Government And Political Reporting
“Getting Farm Workers Vaxxed”
- Best Radio Business And Consumer Reporting
“New COVID-19 Shutdown Creates Buzz for Barbers”
- Best Radio Medical and Science Reporting
“From Simi Valley to Mars”
- Best Radio Environmental Reporting
- Best Radio Sports Reporting
“NFL Football…In Oxnard?”
The Golden Mikes are the oldest broadcast journalism awards show in America, and honor excellence in broadcast journalism in Southern and Central California.
At the awards show in Los Angeles, the RTNA also honored KABC-TV Meteorologist Dallas Raines and KCBS/KCAL Sportscaster Jim Hill with “Lifetime Achievement Awards.”
Jaime Jarrin, the Spanish-language voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers for 64 years, received the non-profit organization’s highest award, it’s “Broadcast Legend” Award.