Public Radio 90 recognized at the Good News awards
MARQUETTE, MI -
Public Radio 90 has won a ‘Good News’ award for the program ‘Veterans’ Reflections’ and a certificate of merit for the podcast series ‘Learning through the Seasons.’ The awards were presented on June 6th at the First Presbyterian Church in Marquette. The annual Good News awards recognize the positive contributions media outlets from across the Upper Peninsula make to the community.
Of the program ‘Veterans’ Reflections’ the judges wrote: “this riveting program demonstrated the power and beauty of writing to help the veterans make sense of their experiences, and to allow them to share the horrors and uncertainties of war.”
Of the podcast series ‘Learning through the Seasons’ the judges wrote: “this truly delightful series… is good news in focusing on the positive interaction between generations, affirming the dignity of children, and sometimes taking joy in playing with your food.”
The annual Good News Awards are sponsored by the judicatory heads of the Catholic, Presbyterian, Evangelical Lutheran, Episcopal, and United Methodist Churches in the central Upper Peninsula