MINNEAPOLIS, MN (WVUE) - The National Association of Black Journalists has honored FOX 8 with a first place award for Television Feature Long Form.
The award was given to Sabrina Wilson and photographer Lance Washington for their story on the first African-American to become Chief White House Usher, Admiral Stephen Rochon, a native of New Orleans.
The story, "The Admiral's Appointment," ran in February 2014.
The award was announced over the weekend at the NABJ conference awards ceremony in Minneapolis, MN.
You can read the full story here: http://www.fox8live.com/story/24811672/the-admirals-appointment