Wyoming Public Radio wins two national PRNDI awards

 

Wyoming Public Radio has won two national first-place awards from Public Radio News Directors Incorporated (PRNDI). Reporter Melodie Edwards won first place for Best Use of Sound in Division B which recognizes stations with news staff sizes between 4 and 7 people. HumaNature also won first place in Division B for Best Station Podcast.

Edwards won the award for her piece Archeologists Race To Find Artifacts Melting Out Of Mountain Ice Fields. "This was excellent storytelling by Melodie," said News Director Bob Beck. "It was a story about climate, the loss of our historic past, and concerns...



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