Introducing the AP Freedom of Information Award

The AP Freedom of Information Award recognizes the best use of public records to shed light on an important community matter and to affect public policy change. Submit your station’s best work by Aug. 21.

2020 RTDNAC Awards Competition

Get all the details on this year’s contest, including new categories. Deadlines is Sept. 9 for students.

WHO WE ARE

RTDNAC is the Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas. This non-profit, volunteer organization is  dedicated to showcasing the best broadcast journalism in North Carolina and South Carolina and supporting college students who aspire to a journalism career.

WHAT WE DO

RTDNAC sponsors professional development opportunities that put you in closer contact with electronic journalists in your area. Speakers and panelists are drawn from the networks, foundations, affiliates and consulting firms. Meet the people who could help further your career.

HOW WE DO IT

RTDNAC holds one annual meeting in the fall where speakers and panelists discuss broadcast and digital journalism, and winners of the RTDNAC/AP Awards competition are presented. RTDNAC also holds one annual workshop in the spring aimed at students who are interested in sharpening their skills.

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