Here Are The 2021 Celebration of Service To America Award Winners.
The National Association of Broadcasters Leadership Foundation revealed the winners of the 2021 Celebration of Service to America Awards, recognizing outstanding community service by local broadcasters. Winners were announced Saturday during the Celebration of Service to America Awards program, which aired on hundreds of stations nationwide.
“America’s local radio and television broadcasters demonstrated unparalleled devotion to helping families and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic,” NAB Leadership Foundation President Michelle Duke said in a press release. “We are pleased to honor the winners and celebrate broadcasters nationwide for their commitment to public service.”
The 2021 Service to America Award winners are:
Service to Community Award for Radio - Ownership Group Zimmer Radio of Mid-Missouri, "Miracles for Kids Radiothon"
Service to Community Award for Television - Ownership Group The E.W. Scripps Company, "The Rebound"
Service to Community Award for Radio - Major Market KTMY-FM Saint Paul, Minnesota, "KTMY Rebuilds the Neighborhoods" Hubbard Broadcasting
Service to Community Award for Television - Large Market WISN-TV Milwaukee, Wisconsin, "WISN Feeds the Hungry" Hearst Television, Inc.
Service to Community Award for Radio - Medium Market WYCT-FM Pensacola, Florida, Hurricane Sally Relief Efforts iHeartMedia, Inc.
Service to Community Award for Television - Medium Market WMC-TV Memphis, Tennessee, "WMC Puts School on TV" Gray Television
Service to Community Award for Radio - Small Market KNDE-FM College Station, Texas, "136 Charities, $794,573, One Day and the KNDE Team" Bryan Broadcasting Corporation
Service to Community Award for Television - Small Market KTVB-TV Boise, Idaho, "7Cares Idaho Shares"
The Celebration of Service to America Awards highlight and honor the exceptional community service exhibited by local radio and television stations across the U.S. Produced by the NAB Leadership Foundation, the 2021 program was presented as a televised program and is available for airing by local stations through Aug. 14, 2021.