The winners of the 2013 Gracie Awards have been announced. ABC News leads the way with five Gracies, including for outstanding reporter/correspondent Martha Raddatz, outstanding anchor Robin Roberts and outstanding news/non-fiction producer Keturah Gray. Brian Ross‘ investigation on Medicare fraud also won for outstanding investigative feature.
CBS News notched three awards, for reporting on “CBS This Morning,” “CBS Evening News” and CBS News Radio. NBC wins one, for Natalie Morales‘ “My Kid Would Never Do That” series on “Dateline.”
CNN won two awards, including for outstanding breaking news coverage for its coverage of the Gaza-Israel conflict.
The winners (view the full list here) will be honored at the Gracies Gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on May 21.
- ABC's Brian Ross Investigative Unit Named Goldsmith Prize Finalist
- CNN Takes Home Two RTS Awards; Deborah Turness Wins Judges' Award
- Chris Wallace to Host RTDNF First Amendment Awards
- CNN International Honored at Asian Television Awards