2004 Broadcast Journalism Fellowship recipients announcedSteve Crombie and Chris Weafer, Co-Chairs of the Jack Webster Foundation announced today that Kate Corcoran and Pamela Post have been named the 2004 recipients of the Jack Webster Foundation Standard Broadcasting Fellowships for Broadcast Journalists.
CTV's Corcoran will attend The Reid Institute's Interviewing and Interrogation Seminar and CBC's Post will undertake a research project about integrative medicine and its place in today's health care delivery.
Kate Corcoran and Pamela Post join Dale Drewery, Ed Watson, Margo Harper, George Orr and Mohini Singh as recipients of this prestigious award.
The Jack Webster Foundation Standard Broadcasting Fellowship for Broadcast Journalists was established in 2000 to enable BC broadcast journalists to return to school or pursue professional development to bring new knowledge and skills to their work and community. This Fellowship is made possible by a generous donation from Standard Broadcasting, one of Canada's most respected broadcasting companies.
The Jack Webster Foundation was established in 1986 to recognize excellence in BC-based journalism. The work of the Foundation is made possible by the generous sponsorship of Terasen Inc., CGA Association, CIBC, CN, Ipsos-Reid Corporation, Labatt Breweries of British Columbia, the Vancouver International Airport Authority, Vancouver Port Authority and the Workers Compensation Board.
For more information, please contact Nora Newlands, Executive Director, Jack Webster Foundation at 604-261-6184 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.