New York State Broadcasters Association Awards:
Outstanding Spot News
North County Bureau Chief Pat Bradley won for covering the escape from Clinton Correctional Facility.
Outstanding Local Sporting Event
Ian Pickus won for Hooley’s Heroics Lift UAlbany To NCAAs.
BEST PUBLIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM OR SERIES:
BEST SPOT NEWS:
BEST FEATURE STORY:
BEST LOCAL SPORTING EVENT:
BEST LOCAL COMMENTARY/EDITORIAL:
New York State Associated Press Awards
Finalist for Midday Magazine, May 2015
BEST CONTINUING COVERAGE
WAMC was a finalist for Pat Bradley’s coverage of Escape From Clinton Correctional Facility.
For best public service, WAMC was a finalist for Pat Bradley’s coverage of Plattsburgh’s charter review process. FIRST PLACE AWARD
For best sports feature, WAMC was a finalist for “It's ‘Turn 2’ For Jeter In Capital Region, Where He Played In 1994” by Ian Pickus. FIRST PLACE AWARD
BEST NEWS SPECIAL/DOCUMENTARY
"WAMC's Alan Chartock In Conversation with Infectious Disease Doctor John Bennett Robbins," Alan Chartock, David Guistina
"Joan Rivers: In Memoriam," Joe Donahue, Sarah LaDuke
BEST NEWS SERIES
"WAMC News Student Loan Series," Staff
BEST CONTINUING NEWS COVERAGE
"Jim Levulis - North Adams Regional Hospital Closes"
Oil Trains Threaten Albany, Depending Who You Ask," Dave Lucas
"Preserving The Story Of The American Jukebox," Lucas Willard
BEST SPORTS COVERAGE
"Say It Ain't So, Jeter," Ian Pickus
ART ATHENS GENERAL EXCELLENCE OF INDIVIDUAL REPORTING
GENERAL EXCELLENCE IN USE OF MEDIUM
"Preserving the Story of the American Jukebox," Lucas Willard
Award of Excellence for on-air talent, Joe Donahue
Production/Sound Design for “Preserving the Story of the American Juke Box,” Lucas Willard
Production/Sound Design for “North Adams Goes Unsilent,” Jim Levulis
Mirror Awards nomination
WAMC is a finalist in the category
Best Single Story - Radio, Television, Cable or Online Broadcast Media
for the story "Local Media Question Pittsfield's Press Protocol" by Jim Levulis, a Syracuse graduate.