The Colorado Public Radio Newsroom Wins Awards For Excellence
Colorado Public Radio has received awards recognizing the work of reporters, editors and producers in covering Colorado news with insightful, in-depth and relevant stories.
Explore the growing list of award-winning stories:
From the Colorado Broadcasters Association:
- "Colorado Matters" host Ryan Warner was named the winner of the Harry W. Hoth Public Service Award. The award honors a broadcaster "who sustains public service to their community, state and nation."
- Purplish – Sam Brasch, Jon Pinnow and Megan Verlee | Best Mini-Documentary or Series
- 2018 Midterm Election night coverage – CPR News | Best News or Public Affairs Special
From the Best of the West:
- Purplish – Sam Brasch, Jon Pinnow and Megan Verlee | Best Audio Storytelling (2nd Place)
From the Education Writers Association:
- Allegations of Emotional Abuse Rock Denver’s Renowned School of the Arts – Jenny Brundin, Kate Smith, Jim Hill | Best Audio Storytelling (Finalist)
From the Radio Television Digital News Association’s Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards:
- Crusade for Center – Nathaniel Minor | Best News Documentary
- CPR's digital approach to various stories – Jim Hill & CPR News Staff | Best Multimedia