KULR-8 News Nominated for Four Awards - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

KULR-8 News Nominated for Four Awards

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The Montana Broadcasters Association nominated KULR-8 News as finalists for 4 E.B. Craney Awards.

Anchor Greg LaMotte is recognized in two categories "Broadcaster of the Year" and for his news enterprise stories on "Poplar: Who Killed Kim," an in depth look at the Barry Beach case and the murder of Kimberly Nees.

In addition, Mike Stefansson was nominated in the "Sports Enterprise" category.

The entire KULR-8 News team was nominated for "Program of the Year" for its special KULR-8 News Bloopers show.

KULR-8 News is very honored and proud of all the nominations.

The final awards will be handed out on June 28th.


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