Awards

2018

-NETA: Our Divided City - Michael Price
-Deployment Playlist- Angee Simmons, Lindsey Foat

-Philly Award - Amanda Krenos
-Information Brochure GOLD- Three-brand Pocket Brochure

-Flatland - Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for Large Market, TV Website in Region 5

-Missouri Broadcasters Association:
Large Market Radio, First Place: Best Local Website KTBG/FM The Bridge, 90.9 FM
Class 1 Television, First Place: Documentary/ Public Affairs/ Special Program: KCPT-TV Kansas City LZ Kansas City: Stories and Impact of the Vietnam War
Class 1 Television, Honorable Mention: Best Local Website KCPT-TV Kansas City Flatland, KCPT's Digital Magazine
Television, Honorable Mention: KCPT-TV Kansas City KC Kids: Stoney Point North Elementary's KC Healthy Kids

-The Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) awarded the 42nd Annual Mid-America Emmy® Awards:
  • Arts/Entertainment- Program Feature Segment
    Show Me Arts - Willmott | John McGrath, Cole Blaise, Cody Boston, Brad Austin
  • Arts/Entertainment - Program/Special
    In Situ | Brad Austin, Cole Blaise
  • Human Interest - Program/Special
    Sandlot | Jonathan Bender, John McGrath
  • Community Service
    LZ Kansas City: Stories and Impact of the Vietnam War | Lindsey Foat, Angee Simmons, Mark Stamm, Kevin Lambi, Kliff Kuehl

2017

-Mid-America Regional Chapter EMMY®:
Public Works? The Cost of Our Aging Infrastructure, received two awards: Informational/Instructional/Program Special (entire series), and Public/Current/Community Affairs — Program Special, for the in-debt video. 'Water Rates and Rivers.'

-Mid-America Regional Chapter EMMY®: Ferment Nation: also won an award for Informational/Instructional — Feature.

2016

-Regional Emmy: Program Promo - Single Spot or Campaign (Non-News) - Re:Dream Promo Shane Seley, Keith Johnson, Jeff VanBockern, Carla McCabe, Christopher Cook, Nathaniel Bozarth

-Regional Emmy: Health/Science - Program Feature Segment Zebrafish Dave Simmons, Randy Mason

2015

-Regional Emmy: Interview/Discussion - Program Meet the Past with Crosby Kemper III, Zora Neale Hurston, episode Kevin Lambi, Crosby Kemper III, Henry Fortunato; Co-Production of KCPT and The Kansas City Public Library

-Regional Emmy: Special Event Coverage (other than News or Sports) Live or Edited - Get in the Ring: The North American Startup Clash 2014 Kevin Lambi, Matthew Long, Dave Burkhardt, Amanda Krenos; Co-Production of KCPT and The Kauffman Foundation

-Edward R. Murrow Region 5 Award for Best Website: Flatland

2014

-Regional Emmy: Informational/Instructional – Program Special Enrollment Day: A KCPT Health Care Event, KCPT; Nick Haines – Producer; Mark Stamm – Director

-Regional Emmy: Interview/Discussion – Program Meet the Past: Tom Bass, KCPT; Angee Simmons – Producer/Editor; Mark Stamm – Producer/Editor; Crosby Kemper III – Host; Henry Fortunato – Executive Producer

-Regional Emmy: Lifestyle Program – Feature/Segment Ferment Nation: Wine is Weird, KCPT Kevin Lambi – Editor/Director; Dave Burkhardt – Videographer; Matt McClelland– Sets & Costumes; Doug Frost – Producer/Host

The Bridge 90.9: Best RadioStation To Discover New Music from The Pitch Newspaper
-Emmy Award for Best Information/Program Special (Mid-America): Nick Haines

2013(nominations)

-Arts/Entertainment – Program Feature Segment: Topper Johntz – Driven to Collect, Randy Mason, Don Mayberger

-Historic/Cultural – Program Feature Segment: Lights on at the Folly, Randy Mason

-Politics/Government – News Story/Program: The Triple Play, Sam Zeff, Eric J. Smith

-Interview/Discussion – Program:
Meet the Past with Crosby Kemper III featuring Thomas Jefferson, Pamela James, Henry Fortunato, Crosby Kemper III.

2012

-Regional Emmy: Special Event Coverage: KCPT - Angee Simmons, Randy Mason, Mark Stamm for Bank of America Celebration at the Station

-Regional Emmy: Community/Public Service (PSA): KCPT - Angee Simmons, Jim Button for Little Green Steps.

-The Pitch Newspaper award for Best Media Personality in Kansas City: Nick Haines:

-Johnson County, KS Sheriff's Office award for Excellence in Community Service Award recognition - inmate/mental health reporting: Nick Haines

2011

-Missouri Broadcasting Association award for Broadcasting Excellence, First Place, Commercial Announcement for “Drink Smart”

-Missouri Broadcasting Association award for Broadcasting Excellence, First Place, Special Programs for “Imagine KC"

-Regional Emmy: Celebration at the Station

-Regional Emmy: Little Green Steps

-NETA Award: Education Video Campaign for “Science Teachers at Work”

-Emmy Award for Public/Current Affairs Special (Mid America) “The Local Show: Mental Health”: Nick Haines

2010

-Regional Emmy: Public/Current/Community Affairs, Feature for “Foreclosed, Evicted, Homeless”

-The Philly Award: First Place Public Service Campaign for “Difference Makers – Operation Breakthrough”

-Education Innovations Award from My Source

-Emmy Award for Best TV News Feature (Mid America) “Evicted, Foreclosed, Homeless":Nick Haines

2009

-Crime Stoppers International Media Award, Best Television Special Report for “Kansas City’s Most Wanted”

-National Educational Telecommunications Association's Award for Outreach, Local Campaign/Large Market for “Generation XL”

-Mid-America Regional Council Leadership Award

-Missouri Broadcasting Association award for Broadcasting Excellence, First Place, Special Programs“Foreclosed, Evicted, Homeless”

-Missouri Broadcasting Association award for Broadcasting Excellence, First Place, Children’s Programming “Generation XL: Kids Speak Out”

2008

-Excellence in Media Coverage of Social Welfare Issues from the Missouri Association for Social Welfare, KC Chapter

-Regional Emmy: Special Program for "Assembly Required"

-NETA Award: Outreach: Local Campaign for “Generation XL”

-NETA Award: Promotions: Single Video for “Eat Small”

-Missouri Public Health Association Media Award for “Eat Small”

-Missouri Bro
adcasters Association award for Broadcasting Excellence, First Place, Special Programming for “Bad Blood"

-Missouri Broadcasters Association award for Broadcasting Excellence, First Place, Documentary/Public Affairs for “Eat Small”

-Headline Award for Excellence in Journalism, Johnson County Community College: Nick Haines

2007

-16th Annual Media Awards, Outstanding Enterprise Coverage of African Americans from Kansas City Association of Black Journalists: Nick Haines

-Regional Emmy: Audio Sweetening for “Bad Blood”

-NETA Award: Program Production: History for “Bad Blood”

-Regional Emmy: Musical Composition/Arrangement for “Bad Blood”

-Regional Emmy: Community/ Public Service (PSAs) for "Eat Small"

2006

-Best TV Host in Kansas City from The Pitch Newspaper: Nick Haines

2005

-NETA Award: Program Production: Information for “The New Americans: Kansas City”

-NETA Award: Promotions: Website for “Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations”

-‘The 50 People You Ought To Know In Kansas City’ Kansas City Magazine, July 2005: Nick Haines

2004

-National Emmy: “Be Good Smile Pretty”

-Regional Emmy: Performing Arts for “Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations”

2003

-Best Places to Work in Kansas City for Partnerships from the Kansas City Business Journal

-Best Documentary, LA Film Festival for “Be Good Smile Pretty”

-Best Documentary, Aspen Film Festival for “Be Good Smile Pretty”

-Regional Emmy: Special Documentary for “KC to Kanorado: An Uncommon View from I-70”

2002

-Honored by the Kansas City Association of Black Journalists for the great number of minority guests on “Conversations with Cynthia”

-Regional Emmy: Performing Arts for “Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations”

-NETA Award: Documentary Series for “Uniquely Kansas City: A History of the Arts in Kansas City”

2001

-First Place PBS Print Award for Kansas City Star TV section cover featuring Clifford the Big Red Dog

-First Place Public Affairs from the K.C. Press Club for community discussion following airing of “On Our Own Terms with Bill Moyers”

-Regional Emmy: Writing Other than News for “Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations”

-Regional Emmy: Performing Arts for “Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations”

-Regional Emmy: Pre-Production Director for “Uniquely Kansas City: A History of the Arts in Kansas City”

-Preservation Award from the Historic Kansas City Foundation

-Regional Emmy: Special Documentary for “Tapping Kansas City”

-NETA Award: Best Documentary for “Water and Fire: A Story of the Ozarks with C.W. Gusewelle”

-NETA Award: Best in Show for “Water and Fire: A Story of the Ozarks with C.W. Gusewelle”

-First Place Documentary from the Kansas City Press Club for “Water and Fire: A Story of the Ozarks with C.W. Gusewelle”

2000

-Volunteer Coordinator of the Year from the National Friends of Public Broadcasting: Linda Hill

-Sesame Street Preschool Education Award: Dee Rusconi

-PBS Communications Award for radio collaboration

-Teacher Training 21st Century Award from The Association of American Public Television Stations for the MO-Kan Kids Network and KC REACHE

-Regional Emmy: Performing Arts for “Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations”

-Regional Emmy: Audio Composition for “Water and Fire: A Story of the Ozarks with C.W. Gusewelle”

-Regional Emmy: Audio Mix for “Water and Fire: A Story of the Ozarks with C.W. Gusewelle”

1995–1999

-7 Regional Emmy Awards