AUSTIN, Texas — April 23, 2014 — For the second year in a row, KUT StateImpact Texas reporter Mose Buchele has received the Charles E. Green Award for Best Reporter in the radio category.
Sponsored by the Headliners Foundation of Texas, the Charles E. Green Awards honor journalists in Texas who produce the very best news reporting and design.
Each year, the Headliners Foundation, in cooperation with the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors and the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters, identifies the best works in journalism across the state from the previous year. Division winners in select categories of the Associated Press contests advance to compete for the overall distinction awarded by the Headliners Foundation of Texas.
Mose Buchele was recognized as "Best Reporter" in the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters radio category.
According to judges, "Mose finds great quotes that have personality and further the story — clearly he spent some time interviewing each person, instead of blowing in and out for a quick sound bite."
A full listing of Charles E. Green Award winners is available online.
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KUT News, Austin’s NPR station, uses the highest editorial standards to shed light on Central Texas’ civic challenges and opportunities. A founding member of NPR, KUT 90.5 established a news department in 2002. Since then, KUT News has won more than 100 state, national and international awards for journalistic excellence. Texas Standard, KUT’s one-hour daily news program launching this fall and produced in partnership with news organizations across Texas, Mexico and the U.S., offers crisp, up-to-the-moment coverage of politics, lifestyle, the environment, technology, innovation and business—uncovering stories as they happen and spotting trends that will shape tomorrow’s headlines.
About StateImpact Texas
StateImpact Texas is a collaboration of local public radio stations KUT Austin and KUHF Houston. Reporters Mose Buchele, Terrence Henry and Dave Fehling travel the state to report on how energy and environmental issues affect you. Read their reports and listen to them on NPR member stations.
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