NHI Documentary Earns Awards
Indiana Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists:
First Place for Best Documentary
First Place for Science Reporting (television)
Health/Science Program The Natural Heritage of Indiana – Episode 2 Samuel Orr
Health/Science Program The Natural Heritage of Indiana – Episode 3 Samuel Orr
Historical/Cultural Program The Natural Heritage of Indiana – Episode 4 Kim Hood Jacobs, Shannon Cagle Dawson and Dave Tarr
Photographer: Non-News The Natural Heritage of Indiana – Episode 2 Samuel Orr and Roger Hangarter
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