For her story on the tension between the Black and Hispanic communities in Los Angeles, Patricia Nazario took top spot with the only award the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, or NAHJ, offered in her category:  Best Radio Reporting.

Click to hear the story.

Friend and former CFN-13 colleague Cynthia Santiago accompanied me to the Ñ Award Ceremony in Washington D.C.

The acceptance speech was brief, but immortalized.

Nazario with former “Good Morning America” anchor Antonio Mora. The former colleagues were part of “Good Day L.A.” start-up team at KTTV-TV.








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