Thanks for sharing your stories: WVLT News brings home multiple Midsouth Emmy Awards
WVLT News was recognized at the 2021 Mid-South Emmy Award ceremony Saturday night.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - WVLT News was recognized at the 2021 Mid-South Emmy Award ceremony Saturday night.
The WVLT team was recognized for the following stories:
Crisis in the Water: Bringing Awareness to Drowning Prevention - Brittany Tarwater and Keith Smith
Brittany Tarwater spent a year working with families who had experienced the loss of a child to drowning. The parents told their stories to help make sure other families had the necessary knowledge to avoid a tragedy and keep their own families safe. You can view the piece here.
Diagnosis Deception - Amanda Hara and Robert Grant
Amanda Hara and Robert Grant worked to uncover damages done by a woman working as a nurse, despite not having any of the necessary education or certifications. Learn what happened and how she was caught here.
Always get back in the Saddle - Amanda Hara and Robert Grant
A mysterious illness threw a competitive horseback rider from the saddle and getting back on turned out to be a matter of survival. Learn her story of hope here.
Amanda Hara was also recognized in the Writer/News category for Amanda Hara’s Anecdotes and in the category of Journalistic Enterprise for Hara has a story: Survive, Persevere, Expose.
To see additional Midsouth Emmy Award Winners visit the official website.
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