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2008:

  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – Best Public Service/Community Event – WVPT Kids’ Book Festival – Education Services Department
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – Outstanding News Series – “Virginia Farming” – Production Department
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – Outstanding Web Site – WVPT.net - Creative Services Department
  • Virginia Farm Bureau Award – Journalism Award: #1 in Farm News Communications in the Commonwealth of Virginia – “Virginia Farming”
  • National Friends of Public Broadcasting - Community Development
2007:
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – Outstanding News Series – “Virginia Farming” - Production Department
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – Best Public Service Community Event – Kids’ Book Festival – Education Services Department
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – Outstanding Website – WVPT.net - Creative Services Department

2006:

  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – 2006 Best Station Promotion/Contest –Reading Rainbow Young Writers & Illustrators Contest
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – 2006 Best Public Service/Community Event – Charlottesville WVPT Kids’ Book Festival – Education Services Department
  • Virginia Farm Bureau Award – Journalism Award: #1 in Farm News Communications in the Commonwealth of Virginia – “Virginia Farming”
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – 2006 Outstanding News Series – “Consider This”
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – 2006 Best Documentary – “Virginia Reports: Gang Signs”
  • PIVA First Place for Art Print Process Award – Good Printers has received the PIVA award five years in a row for the prints it creates from P. Buckley Moss’ donation of an original watercolor to WVPT.  The sale of these prints is a fund-raising project for WVPT.
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – 2006 Best Station Promotion/Contest – Reading Rainbow Young Writers & Illustrators Contest – Education Services Department
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – 2006 Best Public Service/Community Event –  Charlottesville WVPT Kids’ Book Festival – Education Services Department

2005:

  • International Gold Davey Award – Best in Print & Collateral Materials – “Life of Peace in a Time of War” press kit – Corporate Communications Department
  • National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA) Award – Best in Print Design – “Life of Peace in a Time of War” press kit – Corporate Communications Department
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – Best Public Service/Community Event – WVPT Kids’ Book Festival – Education Services Department
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – 2005 Outstanding News Series – “Consider This” - Production Department
  • Virginia Farm Bureau Award – Journalism Award: #1 in Farm News Communications in the Commonwealth of Virginia – “Virginia Farming” – Production Department
  • EMMA Awards – Central Virginia Marketing Association – Honorable Mention – “Life of Peace in a Time of War” press kit – Corporate Communications Department
  • PIVA First Place for Art Print Process Award – Good Printers has received the PIVA award five years in a row for the prints it creates from P. Buckley Moss’ donation of an original watercolor to WVPT.  The sale of these prints is a fund-raising project for WVPT.

2004:

  • Bronze Telly Award (Finalist) – Non-Broadcast Film/Video-TV or Cable Program Talk Show/Interview – “Virginia Tonight: The Passion of the Christ” – Production Department
  • Virginia Farm Bureau Award – Journalism Award: #1 in Farm News Communications in the Commonwealth of Virginia – “Virginia Farming” – Production Department
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – 2004 Best Public Service/Community Event – Harrisonburg WVPT Kids’ Book Festival – Education Services Department
  • Skyline Literacy Coalition (Harrisonburg/Rockingham) – Community Service Award for 2004 – Pat Marcus (Support of adult literacy and education in the Shenandoah Valley) – Education Services Department
  • PIVA First Place for Art Print Process Award – Good Printers has received the PIVA award five years in a row for the prints it creates from P. Buckley Moss’ donation of an original watercolor to WVPT.  The sale of these prints is a fund-raising project for WVPT.

2003:

  • PBS Development Award – Local Corporate and Foundation Support - Development Department
  • Public Television Programmers’ Association’s Charles Impaglia Programmer of the Year Award – WVPT Director of Programming Wanda Zimmerman
  • Virginia Farm Bureau Award – Journalism Award: #1 in Farm News Communications in the Commonwealth of Virginia – “Virginia Farming”
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – 2003 Best Documentary or Public Affairs Program – “Patsy Cline: The Lady Behind the Legend, A ‘Living in Virginia’ Special – Production Department
  • Shenandoah Valley Technology Council’s Innovative Technology Application Award – Engineering (Next Generation Interconnection System, Digital TV Conversion) and Education Services (National Teacher Training Institute)
  • PIVA First Place for Art Print Process Award – Good Printers has received the PIVA award five years in a row for the prints it creates from P. Buckley Moss’ donation of an original watercolor to WVPT.  The sale of these prints is a fund-raising project for WVPT.

2002:

  • Silver Telly Award (Winner) – Non-Broadcast Film/Video-TV or Cable Program Documentary –  “Patsy Cline: The Lady Behind the Legend, A ‘Living in Virginia’ Special” – Production Department
  • Bronze Telly Award (Finalist) – Non-Broadcast Film/Video-TV or Cable Program Documentary – “Living in Virginia: Appalachian Trail: The Beaten Path” – Production Department
  • Bronze Telly Award (Finalist) – Non-Broadcast Film/Video-TV or Cable Program Documentary – “Living in Virginia: The Valley League” – Production Department
  • Bronze Telly Award (Finalist) – Non-Broadcast Film/Video-TV or Cable Program Sports Documentary – “Living in Virginia: The Valley League” – Production Department
  • PIVA First Place for Art Print Process Award – Good Printers has received the PIVA award five years in a row for the prints it creates from P. Buckley Moss’ donation of an original watercolor to WVPT.  The sale of these prints is a fund-raising project for WVPT.

2001:

  • Silver Telly Award (Winner) – Non-Broadcast Film/Video-TV or Cable Program Documentary – “Living in Virginia: In The Mountain’s Shadow” – Production Department
  • Bronze Telly Award (Finalist) – Non-Broadcast Film/Video-TV or Cable Program Documentary – “Living in Virginia: The Young Heroes (2001)” – Production Department
  • Bronze Telly Award (Finalist) – Non-Broadcast Film/Video-TV or Cable Program Miscellaneous – Membership Promo “Fever” – Production Department
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – 2001 Best Documentary or Public Affairs Program –“Charlottesville Goes To War: A ‘Living in Virginia’ Special.”– Production Department
  • Regional EMMY – Editing – PSA Promotion – Membership Promo “Fever” – Production Department
  • Regional EMMY Nominee – Best Community Service Project – Young Heroes – Corporate Communications Department

2000:

  • PBS Communication Award – Best Press Kit – "Living in Virginia: Field of Lost Shoes" – Corporate Communications Department
  • PBS Communication Award – Best of Show – "Living in Virginia: Field of Lost Shoes" Press Kit – Corporate Communications Department
  • PBS Communication Award Finalist – Advertising & Promotion of a Program – “Things That Go Bump in the Valley, A ‘Living in Virginia’ Special” – Corporate Communications Department
  • Family Communications – First “Trolley Award” – Mister Rogers’ Sweater Drive – Corporate Communications Department
  • Regional EMMY Nominee – Best Community Service Project – Young Heroes Award – Corporate Communications Department
  • National Education Television Association Special Events Award – Second Place – Festival of Trees
  • Bronze Telly Award (Finalist) – Best Documentary – “Things That Go Bump in the Valley, A ‘Living in Virginia’ Special” – Production Department
  • Edward R. Murrow Award – Best Documentary – “Living in Virginia: Korea, Memories of   the Forgotten War” – Production Department
  • Bronze Telly Award (finalist) – Best Documentary – “Living in Virginia: Korea, Memories of the Forgotten War” – Production Department
  • Regional EMMY Award – Best Directing – “Living in Virginia: Field of Lost Shoes” – Production Department
  • Regional EMMY Nominee – Best Public Affairs Program – “Living in Virginia: Field of Lost Shoes” – Production Department
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters – 2000 Best Documentary/Public Affairs Program –“Living in Virginia: Field of Lost Shoes” – Production Department
  • Edward R. Murrow Award – Best Documentary – “Living in Virginia: Field of Lost Shoes” – Production Department
  • PBS Communication Award – Station ID – “88 Keys” – Production Department