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See who won the 2014-2015 TAPB Broadcast Awards
Judges Comments Now Available
Some judges in the 2014-2015 Texas AP Broadcasters radio & TV contests provided written comments about the winning entries.
Other judges did not comment.
Please email AP’s Diana Heidgerd: email@example.com and put in the subject line whether you want the radio or TV comments emailed to you.
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Register now for the 2015 awards banquet
Make plans to attend the 2015 Texas Associated Press Broadcasters awards banquet on Saturday night, April 25, in Austin. All events will take place at:
The Headliners Club
221 West 6th St.
Austin, TX 78701
The cost: $50 per person (same as last year) . Please register and pay in advance — by noon CDT Tuesday, April 21.
NOTE: Space is limited so walk-up registrations will not be guaranteed a spot to attend the awards banquet.
The TAPB business session will be held Saturday afternoon. The awards banquet will be held Saturday night. More details to be made available later.
How To Register
PayPal is being accepted this year. See the sidebar.
So you can:
- Pay for your $50 per person TAPB banquet registration via PayPal
- AP within a day or so will email you back a PayPal receipt
- Then reply once more, to AP’s Diana Heidgerd (contact information below) to provide the names of those you’ve registered to attend the April 25 banquet (for nametags).
Or, fill out this form and mail a check to the Dallas AP office
Download the registration form
Don’t forget, you can pay for the April 25, 2015, TAPB awards banquet registration online via PayPal.
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Promoting your TAPB awards
Each year the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters (“TAPB”) recognizes excellence and achievement in journalism with awards in various categories.
Your promotion must state the “Texas Associated Press Broadcasters” (NOT Associated Press) as the award’s source.
— Promotional use of the word “Best” will apply only to first-place winners.
Any use of a reference to a TAPB award that in any way misleads the public about a TAPB award, including but not limited to distorted or exaggerated claims, is strictly prohibited.
Violations of either the spirit or intent of this prohibition may result in the disqualification of the offending entity from TAPB contests for a one-year period.
TAPB board reserves all rights to determine the truthfulness of any promotion that uses a reference to TAPB awards. The TAPB will be the sole determiner of whether or not a violation has occurred.