KUWS’ Mike Simonson Wins 3rd Place National Headliner Award for "Disappearing Mom and Pop Resorts" - Mar 1, 2008 - Communicating Arts Department - UW-Superior News and Events

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KUWS’ Mike Simonson Wins 3rd Place National Headliner Award for "Disappearing Mom and Pop Resorts"

Posted on Mar 1, 2008
Wisconsin Public Radio News Reporter (Superior Bureau News Director) Mike Simonson has won a third place National Headliner Award for a piece he and his wife Jennifer did last year on disappearing "mom and pop" resorts.

Wisconsin Public Radio News Reporter (Superior Bureau News Director) Mike Simonson has won a third place National Headliner Award for a piece he and his wife Jennifer did last year on disappearing "mom and pop" resorts. Congratulations Mike! Take a look at the company he keeps:

Feature or Human Interest Story

First Place:
CBS Radio News, New York, NY
Sam Lizinger
"Compliment Machine" 

Second Place:
National Public Radio, Washington, DC
Allison Keyes, David Sweeney, Katina Dunn
"Displaced Katrina Family Stays Together" 

Third Place:
Wisconsin Public Radio, Superior, WI
Mike Simonson, Jennifer Simonson
"Disappearing Mom and Pop Resorts" 

The National Headliner Awards program is one of the oldest and largest annual contests recognizing journalistic merit in the communications industry. It was founded in 1934 by the Press Club of Atlantic City.

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