WTIP gets national award from CPB

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WTIP has been selected by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) for a 2009 My Source Community Impact Award for Engagement for the station’s work related to coverage during the Ham Lake Fire. 
 

WTIP's Director Deb Benedict says it is a great honor to have the station chosen for the national award.

“I’m very pleased to have the station chosen for such a prestigious award. Our focus has always been on serving the community and being a resource to people connected to this region. I am thrilled to have the station’s work recognized on a national level.”

The My Source Community Impact Award For Engagement was created by CPB to give recognition to stations for their commitment and responsiveness to their communities, providing innovative services that have measurable results.


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