TORONTO – Global News has won 11 National and Network RTDNA (Radio and Television Digital News Association) awards, the most among Canadian broadcasters.
The awards hailed Global News for its coverage on issues ranging from the 2013 Alberta flooding to an in-depth look at epilepsy and the medical efforts to understand, treat and explain the disorder that affects one in every 100 Canadians.
“These awards represent the success of the diligence, passion, and dedication from our news teams across the country,” said Troy Reeb, senior VP of news and station operations. “We’re honoured to be recognized by industry leaders for our outstanding achievements in broadcast.”
The awards were presented at the RTDNA annual gala in Toronto Saturday.
The big winner Saturday was Global Calgary after taking home three national awards, including the Bert Cannings Award for Best Newscast and Charlie Edwards Award for Spot News for their coverage of…
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