Best Overall Broadcast Reporter: Tana Weingartner
Tana Weingartner does a little bit of everything as a general assignment reporter, covering human interest stories and breaking news and politics.
Our reporters have been working from home for most of the pandemic, with limited permission to go into the field. However, she managed to produce a wide range of interesting stories – some hard news, some soft – but all interesting and valuable to our community. She also seeks to hear from those whose voices aren't often amplified, such as people living with developmental disabilities, and she was one of the first reporters in the nation to address concerns of African Americans, especially Black men, about wearing face coverings at the start of the pandemic. This is a sampling of the breadth of her reporting:
Why Are Road Lines So Hard To See In The Rain? - Jan. 13, 2020 (4:39)
For Black Americans, Following CDC Mask Guidelines Can Be A Fraught Decision - April 9, 2020 (4:13)
2001 Protest Leaders Urge Youth To 'Build On Our Accomplishments' - June 4, 2020 (1:00)
How People Supported By LADD Are Faring During The Pandemic - July 7, 2020 (1:10)
Pence In Cincinnati: 'The Road To Victory Runs Through Ohio' - Oct. 21, 2020 (0:52)