2020 Quills: TV/Video News

Christine Ahern of Nine Network The Today Show has won the 2020 TV/Video News Quill.

Judges' citation

This was the story all networks were after, a whistleblower in hotel security who was prepared to go on camera to share the details of what was really happening behind closed doors. Christine worked around the clock to get the story to air in a day, highlighting the urgency and need for Victorians to hear the guard's story.

The winning entry

Quarantine catastrophe, Nine Network The Today Show, 1 July 2020

Highly commended

Paul Dowsley, 7NEWS Melbourne, George Pell's First Interview as a Free Man

Other finalists

Cameron Baud, 7NEWS Melbourne, Fire Rescue

Teegan Dolling, 7NEWS Melbourne, Remorseless Killer Released

Please note: the above link/s may not comprise the entirety of an entry submitted for consideration.

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