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2019 Honors 


Bronx Connections: Faces of Gun Violence


New York State Broadcasting Association: Outstanding Public Affairs Programming


Shootings across the Bronx have increased so far this year, with 156 reported cases where a gun went off versus 148 shootings at the same time last year, according to NYPD statistics. The alarm on gun violence has sounded, and advocates have heard it, working toward the common goal of reducing gun violence. 

Fordham University 2020 Encaenia Award

The Reverend Laurence J. McGinley, S.J., Memorial Award

 WFUV New's highest honor, The Rev. Laurence J. McGinley, SJ Memorial Award, is given each year to the senior who has given the most outstanding service to WFUV. 


Natalie's Afternoon Newscast

New York State Broadcasting Association: Outstanding Newscast


Annual Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting.

WFUV's Natalie Migliore delivers an afternoon drive newscast.


2019 Ambassador for the News and Documentary Emmys


On stage during the News Emmys and bringing the Emmy statue and envelope on stage to the presenters and escorting each recipient off stage.

2018 Honors 

Something in the Air: Battling Mold in NYCHA

The New York Associated Press: First Place Enterprise Reporting


According to the New York City Department of Health, about 170,000 children in New York City suffer from asthma. While, many of these cases are affected by air quality, one family is dealing with pollutants inside their home.

Bronx Students Stand Up to Gun Violence

Gracie Award: Crisis Coverage 

Students from the east to west coast walked out of classes Wednesday morning to call for an end to gun violence. 


WFUV Award for Excellence in News Journalism

Awarded alongside career professionals including Jane Pauley and Tim MCCarver 

2017 Honors

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Combating Mental Health Issues in New York City Public Schools 

Gracie Award: News Feature

In the past year, New York City police intervened in nearly three-thousand incidents in public schools involving students in emotional distress who were taken to hospitals for psychological evaluations, according to a report from the Advocates for Children of New York.

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