Walkley Awards 2013: winners

By David Knox on November 29, 2013 / Filed Under News 1

crjoABC, SBS and Seven were recognised at the 2013 Walkley Awards last night in Brisbane.

Amongst the winners were Foreign Correspondent for their “Prisoner X” scoop, Lateline and 7:30 as well as wins for Insight‘s Jennie Brockie and a long overdue Outstanding Contribution to Journalism award for Australian Story‘s Caroline Jones.

Congrats to all.

TV Winners:

All Media Sports Journalism
Caro Meldrum-Hanna, 7.30, ABC TV, “The Essendon files”, “Demons in damage control”, “The Cronulla files”

All Media Camerawork
Tim Noonan, Sunday Night, Seven Network, “Shipbreakers”, “Surrogacy”, “Jackson’s story”

TV/AV News Reporting
Robert Ovadia and Paula Doneman, Seven News, Seven Network, “The Dark Side of the Force”

TV/AV Daily Current Affairs
Suzanne Smith, Tony Jones, John Bruce, Michael Doyle and Brant Cumming, Lateline, ABC TV, “The tipping point”

TV/AV Weekly Current Affairs
Trevor Bormann and Vivien Altman, Foreign Correspondent, ABC TV, “Prisoner X – the Australian connection”, “Prisoner X – the secret”

All Media Investigative Journalism
Trevor Bormann and Vivien Altman, Foreign Correspondent, ABC TV, “Prisoner X – the Australian connection”, “Prisoner X – the secret”

All Media Interview
Jenny Brockie, Insight, SBS TV, “Young Mob”

Documentary Award
Martin Butler and Bentley Dean, Contact Films, ABC TV, First Footprints

Outstanding Contribution to Journalism
Caroline Jones, ABC

One Comment »

  1. daveinprogress November 29, 2013 at 12:53 pm -

    Some great choices there. I’ve been champioing Caroline Jones for the Logies Hall of Fame for a while. Nice to see Insight recognised too – terrific program. Trevor Bormann is one of the nicest journos in the business and deserving wins for him.

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