Medaille Communication Program Hosts 14th Annual Media Awards Luncheon

Media Awards Luncheon 2019
On March 25, the Medaille College communication program hosted its 14th annual Media Awards Luncheon, bringing together some of the most important and well-respected individuals in Buffalo’s media, broadcasting, public relations and law enforcement communities. During the ceremony, Medaille’s communication program seniors presented awards to honor individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to the communication and sport management programs, as well as the Western New York community. This year’s honorees consisted of figures from local television, radio, law enforcement, public relations, advertising and marketing. 
To view live tweets from the event, visit the Medaille Twitter page. And check out the Facebook album to view photos from the event.
2019 Medaille College Communication Program Media Awards Recipients:
Outstanding Administrator of the Year
Michelle Bogdan ’09, Medaille College
Organization of the Year
Dottie Gallagher, Buffalo Niagara Partnership
Business of the Year
Law Offices of William Mattar
Law Enforcement Lifetime Achievement
Chief Alphonso Wright, Buffalo Police Department
Judicial Law Lifetime Achievement
Honorable Amy C. Martoche, Buffalo City Court
Excellence in Radio News
Dave Debo, WBFO News Director
Excellence in Television Investigating
Charlie Specht, WKBW-TV Channel 7
Excellence in Television Reporting/Anchoring
Michael Wooten, WGRZ-TV Channel 2
General Manager of the Year
Dominic Mancuso, WIVB Channel 4/WNLO Channel 23
Meteorologist of the Year
Dan Russell, Spectrum News
Public Relations Manager of the Year
Carrie Sette-Camara, Sisters of Charity Hospital
Alumni of the Year
Chatham Marcolini ’13, WBBZ-TV/MeTV
Medaille College Communication Seniors, Class of 2019
Job Ayuba
Raiah Brown
Javier Carrero
Hannah Davis
Adavia Fudge
Brittany Herron
Cole Johnson
Raynekqua Johnson
Brandon Leone
Andrew Parks
Ryann Radka
Stephanie Zawadzki
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