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Several to Receive Lifetime Honors at 60th Golden Mike AwardsSalem-News.com
Paul Moyer, Pat Harvey, Jerry Coleman head the list of recipients.
(UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif.) - Television anchors Paul Moyer and Pat Harvey, along with San Diego sportscaster Jerry Coleman, will be honored with Lifetime Achievement awards at the 60th annual Golden Mike Awards presented by the Radio & Television News Assn. of Southern California, the organization announced. The awards will be presented at the Hilton Hotel in Universal City the evening of Saturday, January 23 as part of a show honoring the best in radio, television, and internet broadcast journalism. Moyer is one of the most recognizable television news anchors in Southern California, working at KNBC and KABC for more than 35 years, until retiring last summer. Moyer has won Golden Mikes and Emmys for his special reports and series over the years.
Pat Harvey is celebrating her 20th anniversary with KCAL-9 in Los Angeles. She has won five Golden Mikes and 16 Emmys for her work. Jerry Coleman played major league baseball with the New York Yankees before moving to the broadcast booth in 1960. Coleman worked for the Yankees and the California Angels before joining the San Diego Padres as their lead announcer in 1972. Past winners of the award include Vin Scully, Stan Chambers, and Larry King. Also set to be on hand is new Los Angeles Police Chief Charles Beck, who will receive an award from the RTNA for the LAPD’s work to improve media relations during the last few years. The Golden Mike Awards for broadcast news excellence are presented annually by the Radio & Television News Assn. of Southern California, the non-profit group representing broadcast newsrooms in Los Angeles, San Diego and all other California markets from Bakersfield south to the Mexican border.
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