ABC has dominated the Television wins at Queensland’s Clarion Awards.
7:30, Australian Story and Landline were amongst ABC wins .
Seven’s Murder Uncovered won Television Feature Documentary for its investigation into the 1991 killing of 12-year-old Leanne Holland. Executive Producer, Mark Llewellyn said: “This award is recognition of trust-driven, tenacious journalism at its best. It was a significant scoop and remains the most definitive piece on the Holland investigation produced.”
The awards, administered by the MEAA, were held on Saturday at the Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre.
All Media – Indigenous Issues Reporting
Michael Atkin: ABC TV’s 7.30 Program: Rough justice: The Treatment of Young Indigenous Offenders in North QLD
All Media – Multicultural Queensland Award
Kristine Taylor, Roger Carter, Greg Hassall: ABC TV’s Australian Story: Australian Story: A Field of Dreams
All Media – Rural Journalism
Dominique Schwartz: ABC TV’s 7pm News: Death Row Dingos
All Media – Social Issues Reporting
Kirstin Murray, Roger Carter: ABC TV’s Australian Story: Tough Love
All Media – Investigative Journalism
Michael Atkin: ABC TV’s 7.30 Program, ABC News Online: Investigating the Rise and Fall of Careers Australia
Print/Text – News Report
Mark Willacy, Alexandra Blucher: ABC News Online: Environment Series
Regional & Community – Broadcast Report
Ben Millington: ABC TV’s Landline and AM Current Affairs Radio: Inside Cleveland Youth Detention
Television – Current Affairs, Feature Documentary
Paula Doneman, Michael Usher, Duncan McNab, Stephen Peters, Mark Llewellyn: Channel Seven: Murder Uncovered – Who killed Leanne Holland?
Television – The John Bean Award for News and Current Affairs Camerawork
Scott Kyle: ABC TV’s 7.30 Program: Quinkan Country
Television News Report
Nine News Team: Nine Network: Cyclone Debbie