NewsChannel 5 wins more awards than any other station in the market

CLEVELAND - Several NewsChannel 5 employees held up trophies tonight at the 42nd annual NATAS Lower Great Lakes Chapter Emmy Awards.

NewsChannel 5's Chief Investigator Ron Regan received three awards, including Best On Camera Reporter.

Alicia Booth was named Best Video Journalist for her story "Against All Odds". 

Good Morning Cleveland reporter Maurielle Lue received the award for Best Spot News.

NewsChannel 5 director Steve Kurrent won three awards, including Best Director for NewsChannel 5 at 6, and also received the NATAS Lower Great Lakes Chapter President's Award.

So many employees won awards, NewsChannel 5 took home more awards than any other station in the market.

Here is a full list of all NewsChannel 5 winners:

Best Director: Steve Kurrent - "NewsChannel 5 at 6pm"
Best Morning News: Kelly Tabay Hainer, Executive Producer and Colin McDermott, Producer - "Good Morning Cleveland 6am
Best Director, Live to Tape: Steve Kurrent - "Academic Challenge"
Best Teen Program, 13 and Up: "Academic Challenge"
Best General Assignment: Ron Regan and Dave Arnold - "License to Steal"
Best Video Journalist: Alicia Booth - "Against all Odds"
Best Spot News: Maurielle Lue - "Mamma Said He Deserved to Die"
NATAS Lower Great Lakes Chapter President's Award: Steve Kurrent
Best On Camera Reporter: Ron Regan
Best Health/Science Single Story: Ron Regan and Dave Hatala - "Ambulance Rides to Nowhere"
Best Newscast Evening Market 1 through 20: Melissa Watson, Executive Producer "NewsChannel 5 Live on Five"

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