Veteran Broadcast Journalist Peter Musurlian won two Golden Mikes Jan. 21 at the 62nd annual Golden Mike Awards, organized by the Radio & Television News Association of Southern California.
The event was held at the Universal City Hilton and was attended by hundreds of working radio and television journalists from media markets all around Southern California.
Musurlian, who is the station manager and senior producer for the Burbank Channel, won for shooting and editing a feature story on the making of Burbank's Centennial Rose Float. He also wrote and narrated the piece.
Since 2002, Musurlian has won 10 Golden Mikes in seven different categories including: documentary, serious reporting, business reporting, entertainment reporting, videography, editing, and producing the show Burbank Magazine, which he created in 1999. He's also been nominated for four Los Angeles area Emmys.
The big honorees at the event were NBC's Tom Brokaw, who was given the Broadcast Legend Award and KCRW's Warren Olney, who was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Learn more about the Radio & Television News Association of Southern California at www.rtna.org.
-- Kelly CorriganCopyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times