CHAT TV nominated for two RTDNA awards

Sarah’s message of overcoming life’s greatest obstacles and pursuing her goals in sport and beyond made all the difference to the play. We thank her and Tara Chisholm of Medicine Hat Adaptive Sport & Recreation for helping us illuminate this journey.

Presenter Dan Reynish and former ENG videographer Derek Brade are up for an Excellence in Editing Award for their work showcasing all the places in Alberta where Ghostbusters: Afterlife was filmed.

“Being nominated for an RTDNA Award for a feature film that comes from a place of pure joy, only adds to the journey that the feature film Ghostbusters: Afterlife has taken us on. As if visiting multiple locations, over a dozen weekends and traveling for over thirty-one hours across Southern Alberta was not enough, we are now shortlisted for the “Award of Excellence in Publishing”! I continue to be thrilled with the outcome of our feature film, on and off screen,” said Reynish.

TV CAT is the only small-market television station competing this year in the Prairie region. “We are extremely proud to be mentioned in the same categories as major resorts like Radio Canada and Global. Our team works extremely hard every day to share stories and events that impact Medicine Hat and its region. These nominations are well deserved and I’m very proud of the work the team has done,” said News Director Regan Tate.

The RTDNA Canada Awards honor the best journalists, programs, platforms, stations and newsgathering organizations in audio, digital and video.

Regional winners will be announced on May 24.