The State Broadcast News division of Cherry Hill-based The Lubetkin Media Companies has been recognized again with three awards for its news reporting in radio, print, and video categories in the 2017 Memorial Journalism Awards sponsored by the Garden State Journalists Association.
It’s the company’s second, third, and fourth awards in the competition. In 2015, SBN was honored with a second-place award in the TV Feature Category in 2015 for a video feature about the sale of property at Fort Monmouth, NJ.
SBN News Director Steve Lubetkin won a first-place award in the Broadcast Radio General News category for his news report, “Three former governors on jobs, schools, public safety,” which featured extended interviews with three former New Jersey governors, Thomas Kean, James Florio, and James McGreevey.
Lubetkin was also honored with a second-place award in the Print/Column category for his monthly technology column, “CompuSchmooze,” which has appeared in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey since 1996.
A video news feature produced by SBN for its content partner GlobeSt.com won third place in the Broadcast TV/Online General News category. That video reports on the press conference announcing Brandywine Property Trust executive George Sowa had joined the Trenton Economic Development Corporation as its CEO. The report included on-camera interviews by Lubetkin with Sowa and several other executives involved in the event, and videography by Jake Kozmor of Medford, NJ, a high school sophomore who has been interning with The Lubetkin Media Companies since July 2016.
“Receiving honors from our professional peers once again validates the quality of the work we are producing for our news clients and for our own news report,” said Lubetkin. “We expect to continue producing high quality broadcast and print journalism for non-conventional clients and markets.”
The awards were presented at a dinner May 24 in Weehawken, NJ.
State Broadcast News is an audio, video, and photojournalism news service producing stories for news organizations and its own service at StateBroadcastNews.com.
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