WBTV's Steve Crump wins awards at NABJ convention

WBTV's Steve Crump wins awards at NABJ convention

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - WBTV veteran reporter Steve Crump received three prestigious awards at the National Association of Black Journalists convention last week.

Crump won the following:

  • General Assignment, Long Form - Hamlet, North Carolina, 25 Years Later
  • General Assignment, Short Form - Standing in the Face of Hate
  • Public Affairs Program - Hope and Healing

The NABJ represents the highest of journalist standards, supports the ideals of the industry and advances the skills and careers of young journalists. Winning an award is tough, given the highly competitive nature of those eligible. The nominees and winners represent some of the best in American journalism.

"We are very proud of Steve's awards from NABJ as well as his daily contributions to the greater Charlotte community through his reporting and storytelling," WBTV News Director Dennis Milligan said.

The convention was held in New Orleans. Congratulations, Steve!