Denton Record-Chronicle journalists won a combined 15 awards for their work during 2020 in honors announced Tuesday afternoon by the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors.
Reporters, editors and photographers were judged against their peers at all newspapers in the state with a circulation under 10,000.
Veteran sports reporter Brett Vito won first place in Deadline Writing for his coverage of the resignation of former University of North Texas assistant football coach Tate Wallis.
He also earned first place in Feature Series for his coverage of how UNT’s athletics program had been navigating the pandemic, and fellow reporter Marshall Reid won third in the same category for his series that profiled area students and their own struggles amid the pandemic.
read more: https://dentonrc.com/news/record-chronicle-wins-15-state-journalism-awards/article_97a892f0-624b-5f75-9720-d4841529ac7b.html
The Denton Record-Chronicle has been honored for producing one of the best sports special sections for newspapers of its size nationally in the annual Associated Press Sports Editors contest for work produced in 2017.
Congrats to Brett and the DRC!
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