Broadcast House Wins Six NBA Awards

Jim Timm, President/Executive Director of the Nebraska Broadcasters Association, presents KLIN's Kaleb Henry with the Gold Award for Best Sportscast.

At the annual Pinnacle Awards Banquet on Wednesday, August 9, in La Vista, Broadcast House won six Nebraska Broadcasters Association Awards.

KLIN earned a Gold Award for Best Sportscast with the submission "KLIN Sports with Kaleb Henry."

Froggy won two Silver Awards - one for Best Local Radio Show with "Gary and Johanna" and one for Best Station Originated Community Service Project with "Froggy's Charity Chase." Froggy also earned a Bronze Award for Service to Children with "Froggy's St. Jude Radiothon."

And B107.3 won a Silver Award for Best Online-Only Video with the submission "Gifts of Love 2022" and a Bronze Award for Best Local Radio Show with "Brooke & Bic."

"These awards show how hard work pays off," Operations Manager Steve King said. "It demonstrates how a team can come together on the mission to serve our community every day, in many different ways, through the power of radio. I couldn’t be more proud to work beside the best.”