“The connections I made through RTDNAC have been invaluable during my time as a college student and professional.” Those are the words of Abbey O’Brien, traffic anchor and MMJ for Live 5 News (WCSC) in Charleston, S.C. As a graduate of the University of South Carolina, she’s one of many past-winners of an RTDNAC scholarship. […]
By Dennis Milligan Life in 2020, especially as it relates to COVID-19, forced many changes in how we go about our lives and our business of broadcast and digital journalism. The same was true for the Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas’ annual award presentation. Normally held at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, this […]
By Dennis Milligan It’s rare that the story you’re covering as a journalist directly impacts you, your family and your newsroom. However, that’s the reality of 2020, as news organizations balance priorities, keeping the public informed and journalists safe in the face of the coronavirus. In the Carolinas, the newsroom landscape is remarkably quiet, by […]
WHO WE ARE
RTDNAC is a nonprofit, volunteer organization 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 to put you in closer contact with electronic journalists in your area. Speakers and panelists are drawn from the networks, foundations, affiliates and consulting firms.
HOW WE DO IT
Each fall, RTDNAC holds a convention, recognizing the best in broadcast and digital work in the Carolinas. RTDNAC also holds a spring workshop for students interested in sharpening their skills.