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In 2004, he was honored by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters for breaking news excellence and the market's best newscast.
To publicize this new tool, we strategically partnered with the Michigan Association of Broadcasters to produce and distribute radio spots statewide, driving listeners to our online tool.
In addition to the thousands of television and radio message that are being aired by television stations, the Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB) has partnered with a select group of agencies and organizations that will help build awareness among viewers and personally assist those who need extra help to complete a successful transition.
Proctor's many awards for journalistic excellence include, The Michigan Association of Broadcasters Best Coverage Award for breaking news, The Ed King Memorial Award, the Outstanding Media Award from Michigan's Crime Prevention Association, and the Golden Quill Award.
In 2007 and 2008, Dave won the Michigan Association of Broadcasters award for "Best Weather.
He has received 13 Michigan Emmy Awards from the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences, and been honored with numerous awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
He won the Tribune Journalism Excellence Award in 2004; Regional Emmy Awards for Best Newscast in 2004, 2002, and 2001; the Michigan Association of Broadcasters Best Newscast award in 2001, and several Merit awards from the Associated Press in the Best Newscast category.
Womble Carlyle submitted the brief on behalf of ten State broadcasters associations: California Broadcasters Association, Illinois Broadcasters Association, Louisiana Broadcasters Association, Maine Association of Broadcasters, Michigan Association of Broadcasters, Minnesota Broadcasters Association, Missouri Broadcasters Association, Nebraska Broadcasters Association, New York State Broadcasters Association, and Tennessee Broadcasters Association.