Service to America Community Award for Television Recipients
2016 KOLO-TV Reno, Nev.
"KOLO Cares" provides year-round promotional awareness for local non-profit organizations in the northern Nevada area. Through free, unmatched media outreach, the voices of these organizations are amplified, educating viewers on their missions, objectives and results. Through the program, KOLO has helped nearly 150 groups.
2015 Capitol Broadcasting Co. Raleigh, N.C.
Capitol Broadcasting Co. developed a domestic violence initiative called "eNOugh NC" and is building local and national awareness of this issue that impacts one in four women.
2014 WCVB Boston, Mass.
In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, WCVB providing a constant resource for safety and recovery and exemplified the “Boston Strong” attitude in community service.
2013 WFTS Tampa, Fla.
The WFTS “Taking Action Against Domestic Violence” campaign is aimed at heightening awareness, educating viewers and inspiring victims of abuse through the stories of survivors.
2012 Belo Corp. Dallas, Texas
Through persistent and impassioned involvement with “Rachel’s Challenge,” Belo helped deliver a long-lasting message of non-violence and compassion to communities across America.
2011 WHTM-TV Harrisburg, Penn.
“Operation Safe Kids” was launched to encourage local residents to take proactive steps to protect themselves and loved ones from the potential devastation caused by house fires.
2010 KOMU Columbia, Mo.
While there are numerous Honor Flight hubs across the country, KOMU’s is the only one started and sustained by television station employees. The station raised enough money to bring 400 veterans to Washington, D.C.
2009 KOBI/KOTI-TV Medford, Ore.
The Emmy award winning Southern Oregon Meth Project is a unique partnership between KOBI/KOTI and a group of businesses, non-profits and government agencies determined to spread the message about the horrors of meth.