Kennedy Awards 2022: winners | TV Tonight » Olite

Seven News were big winners last night at the NSW Kennedy Awards for Journalism at the Royal Randwick.

Bruce McAvaney was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award, although he wasn’t in attendance.

7News Spotlight won Scoop of the Year for a story around Melissa Caddock.

Chris Reason reports from the Ukraine War also won two awards.

There were also three wins for 60 Minutes,  two for Four Corners and 7:30, plus wins for ABC News,  and The Feed.

TV and related categories (winners in bold):

Lifetime Achievement Award: 
Bruce McAvaney OAM

The Rebecca Wilson Award: Scoop of the Year
Brittany Chain – Unmasking Cleo Smith’s kidnapper – Daily Mail Australia
Stephen Drill and Chris Tinkler – Tim Paine sext saga – The Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, Courier Mail, Adelaide Advertiser
Taylor Auerbach, Mark Llewellyn, Michael Usher and John Varga – Melissa Caddick: The Vanishing – Network Seven: Spotlight

The Les Kennedy Award: Outstanding Crime Reporting
Dimity Clancey – Jessica’s Justice – A Current Affair, Nine Network
Ivan O’Mahoney, Dan Box, Kate Wild and Selena Shannon- Bloodguilt – The Many Deaths of Richard Dorrough – In Films – Audible Podcast
Mark Morri, Josh Hanrahan, Ben English and Anna Caldwell – The War- The Daily Telegraph

The Paul Lockyer Award: Regional Broadcast Journalism
ABC North Coast Team Entry – Northern Rivers Floods – ABC North Coast
Bronwyn Herbert and Leah White- Flood Legacy- ABC North Coast
Charlotte King and Andy Burns – Regional neglect: Staff shortages blamed for ‘inexcusable’ spine-deep bedsore – ABC 7:30

The Cliff Neville Award: Outstanding Team Player or Mentor
Brooke Campbell –
Glen Connley – PRIME7 Local News (now 7 News)
Mark Morri – The Daily Telegraph
Petrina Zaphir – Nine Gold Coast News/ Nine Entertainment Co.
Shauna Anderson – Nine Network / 9Honey

Young Journalist of the Year
Angira Bharadwaj – Body of Work – Daily Telegraph
Brittany Chain – Body of Work – Daily Mail Australia
Kamin Gock – Body of Work – ABC

The John Newfong Award: Indigenous Affairs Reporting
Isaac Nowroozi – Water quality in remote NT communities – ABC News Channel, Video on Demand, 7PM & YouTube
Bridget Brennan, Andy Burns and Kirstie Wellauer – The Fight For Fishing Rights – ABC: 7:30
Brooke Fryer, Patrick Forrest, Calire Aird and Sissy Reyes – Vanished: The unsolved cases of First Nations women – SBS: The Feed

The Gary Ticehurst Award: Outstanding News Camera Coverage
James Cannon – Ukraine 2022 Invasion and Russian retreat from Irpin – 7 News Australia
Ryan Grimshaw – Lismore Flood Coverage – Nine News/NBN Network
Simon Hydzik – War in Ukraine – 7NEWS Australia

The Harry Potter Award: Outstanding Television News Reporting
Carrie-Anne Greenback, Jussica Miocevich, Shellie Doyle and Elizabeth Trethowan – The War in Ukraine – Nine Network: 6PM News
Chris Reason – Frontline Ukraine – Seven News
Jerrie Demasi – WA Health Crisis – 9 News Perth

The Mike Willesee Award: Outstanding Nightly Television Current Affairs
Ella Archibald-Binge – The changing face of homelessness – ABC 7:30, ABC Online
Sean Rubinsztein-Dunlop, Echo Hui and Martin – El Hage Smiley Daryl Maguire fraud scandal – ABC 7:30
Steve Marshall – Tiktok Doc – Nine Network: A Current Affair

The David Leckie Award: Outstanding Television Current Affairs (Long Form)
Adele Ferguson and Lauren Day – Cosmetic Cowboys – ABC: Four Corners
Denham Hitchcock, Taylor Auerbach and Mark Llewellyn – Zac Rolfe “The Shooting ” and “The Trial” – Network Seven: Spotlight
Mark Willacy, Stephanie March, Josh Roberston and Kyle Taylor – Ghosts of Timor – ABC: Four Corners

Outstanding Finance Reporting
Joel Tozer and Nick McKenzie – The Fallen Star – 60 Minutes Nine Network
Kate McClymont, Tom Steinfort, Michael Evans, Tracey Hannaford and Dave McMillian – Liar Liar: Melissa Caddick and the Missing Millions – The Sydney Morning Herald /60 Minutes
Max Mason and Jonathan Shapiro – Westpac’s Most Wanted: On the trail of Bill Papas and the alleged $400 million fraud – The Australian Financial Review

Outstanding Consumer Affairs Reporting
Adele Ferguson and Joel Tozer – Bad Look – Exposing the dark underbelly of the cosmetic surgery industry – 60 Minutes Nine Network
Amy Bainbridge and Lucy Kent – Cryptocurrency scams target Australians – ABC: 7:30
Elise Potaka, Marc Fennell, Dean Bosche and Patrick Forrest – Cracking Crypto – SBS TV – The Feed

Outstanding Court and Legal Affairs Reporting
Fiona Harari – Beyond Belief – The Weekend Australian Magazine
Paul Ferrell and Alex McDonald – Gladys Berejeklian – ABC 7:30
The Background Briefing Team Entry – Scientists Vs The Law – ABC Background Briefing

Outstanding Reporting on the Environment
Aneeta Bhole and Amy Gunia – Energy Poverty in the Northern Territory – Time Magazine (online/print) + SBS World News (tv, radio, online)
Micheal Slezak, Mark Doman, Laura Kewley, Alex Palmer and Katia Shatoba – VicForests logged illegally and spied on opponent – ABC 7:30
Newcastle Herald Team Entry – Power and Passion – Newcastle Herald

Outstanding Investigative Reporting
Adele Ferguson, Lauren Day and Klaus Toft – Cosmetic Cowboys – ABC: Four Corners and Nine Publications
Anne Connolly, Ali Russell and Stephanie Zillman – State Control – ABC: Four Corners
Sean Rubinsztein-Dunlop and Echo Hui – Gladys Berejiklian corruption scandal – ABC News Digital

Outstanding Political Reporting
ABC’s Hidden Campaign Team- The Hidden Campaign – ABC News
Lucy Cormack and Alex Smith – The Barilaro NYC saga – The Sydney Morning Herald
Tracy Grimshaw – Scott Morrison Interview – Nine Network: A Current Affair

The Tom Krause Award: Outstanding Foreign Correspondent
Ben Lewis – Ukraine Crisis – SBS World News
Daryna Zadvirna – My Ukraine – The West Australian
Tom Steinfort, Sheree Gibson, Laura Sparkes, Luke Wilson, Mathew Brown, Andrew Page and Renee Hudson – The President – Nine Network: 60 Minutes

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