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May 21, 2015

WQED Multimedia was honored with six Golden Quill Awards from the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania in a ceremony at the Sheraton Station Square. The winners represented our work in television, education, radio and direct-to-web content.

Education: Online
"Remake Learning"
Iris Samson, Amy Grove, Walter Francis

Education: Television
"Classrooms Without Borders"
Tonia Caruso, Amy Grove, Frank Caloiero

History/Culture: Television
"A History of Pittsburgh in 17 Objects"
Rick Sebak, Kevin Conrad, Matt Conrad

Arts/Entertainment: Television
"From Stage to Sacraments"
Mike Clark, Paul Ruggieri

Sports: Television
"Sports Days Gone By"
Tonia Caruso, Glenn Syska, Frank Caloiero

Documentary: Radio
"Pittsburgh Symphony Brass Holiday Show"
Jim Cunningham, Amanda Iannuzzi

April 28, 2015

WQED Multimedia has received 29 nominations in the annual Golden Quill Awards presented by the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania. The finalists listed below reflect the great work of many departments within the organization. The winners will be announced at the awards dinner on Thursday, May 21, 2015 at Sheraton Station Square.

Television – Feature
“Change of Habit”
Michael Bartley, Paul Ruggieri, Frank Caloiero

Television - Public Affairs/Community Service
“Human Trafficking: Pittsburgh Fights Back”
Gina Catanzarite, Frank Caloiero, Walter Francis

“Will’s Story: A Steeler’s Stand Against Domestic Violence”
Michael Bartley, Frank Caloiero, Walter Francis

“Closing the Gap: 50 Years Seeking Equal Pay”
Gina Catanzarite, Rebecca Born, Maria Kakay

Television – Documentary
“Portrayal & Perception: Already Doing It”
Pierina Morelli, Alisyn Blackwell

“Chautauqua: Charting a Life in the Arts”
Pierina Morelli, Michael Bartley, Zachary Boyle

“Pittsburgh From the Water”
Paul Ruggieri, Richard Cook, Jamie Peck

Television - Arts & Entertainment
“Stage to Sacraments”
Mike Clark, Paul Ruggieri

“Fireball: Telling Lombard’s Story”
David Solomon, Paul Ruggieri

“Prattis and the Piano”
Nathalie, Berry, Christopher Moore, Frank Caloiero

“Portrayal & Perception: Fine Arts & Artists”
Iris Samson, Amy Grove, Frank Caloiero

Television - Business/Technical/Consumer
“Forging Ahead”
Dave Crawley, Dave Forstate

“Thread”
Tonia Caruso, Amy Grove, Paul Ruggieri

“Pittsburgh Wage Gap”
Gina Catanzarite, Frank Caloiero, Walter Francis

Television - Health/Science
“Therapy Dogs”
Nathalie Berry, Amy Grove, Paul Ruggieri

Television - History/Culture
“A History of Pittsburgh in 17 Objects”
Rick Sebak, Kevin Conrad, Matt Conrad

“Memories of the March”
Iris Samson, Amy Grove, Frank Caloiero

“Salute to the Sky”
Pierina Morelli

Television - Sports Reporting
“Sports Days Gone By”
Tonia Caruso, Glenn Syska, Frank Caloiero

“Pittsburgh Donnybrook”
Michael Bartley, Frank Caloiero, Walter Francis

“Sled Hockey Sensation”
Michael Bartley, Walter Francis, David Cohen

Television – Education
"Classrooms Without Borders"
Tonia Caruso, Amy Grove, Frank Caloiero

“iQ smartparent: Digital Badging”
Alicia Schisler, Jennifer Kraus, Jennifer Stancil

Television - Feature Videography
“Pierina Morelli Composite”
Pierina Morelli

Online/e-Media – Feature
“What’s Rick Sebak Been Doing?”
Rick Sebak, Frank Caloiero, Amy Grove

Online/e-Media – Education
“Remake Learning”
Iris Samson, Amy Grove, Walter Francis

Radio - Documentary
“Pittsburgh Symphony Brass Holiday Show”
Jim Cunningham, Amanda Iannuzzi

Radio - Arts & Entertainment
“Pittsburgh Symphony Radio: Space and Beyond”
Jim Cunningham, Bryan Sejvar

Radio – Education
“Performance in Pittsburgh: Musical Kids 2014”
Jim Cunningham, Stephen Baum

April 4, 2015

The Gathering: Pittsburgh’s Celebration of Life honored WQED's Michael Bartley and Tonia Caruso for their two documentary productions, "Gun Violence: Victims & Voices for Change." The event recognized community leaders working to stop violence in the region.

March 17, 2015

WQED's Michael Bartley received the Roy McHugh Award for his coverage of "The Pittsburgh Donnybrook" boxing event. The award is presented to a Pittsburgh media personality who best exemplifies McHugh's commitment to excellence in the field of sports media.

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featured specials

  • WQED is pleased to partner with Highmark to bring you these special reports on "Men & Cancer" and "Women & Cancer." Every year cancer claims the lives of nearly 300,000 men in America. According to the American Cancer Society, getting the facts about cancer is an important step in taking care of your overall health.

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