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Week of 3 December 2004 · Vol. VIII, No. 13
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Hugo Shong (COMí87, GRSí90) presented COMís first annual Hugo Shong Lifetime Journalism Achievement Award to Ted Koppel at a dinner reception on November 19. Koppel, a 40-year veteran at ABC News and longtime anchor of Nightline, answered questions from students and faculty earlier that afternoon. Established this year by Shong, the award will be given annually to a print or broadcast journalist whose body of work exemplifies the highest quality of reporting and analysis. The award carries a $35,000 prize. Photo by Kalman Zabarsky

Hugo Shong (COM’87, GRS’90) presented COM’s first annual Hugo Shong Lifetime Journalism Achievement Award to Ted Koppel at a dinner reception on November 19. Koppel, a 40-year veteran at ABC News and longtime anchor of Nightline, answered questions from students and faculty earlier that afternoon. Established this year by Shong, the award will be given annually to a print or broadcast journalist whose body of work exemplifies the highest quality of reporting and analysis. The award carries a $35,000 prize. Photo by Kalman Zabarsky

       

3 December 2004
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