PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) - WAVY-TV 10 was honored as the National Press Photographers Association's Media Market Station of the Year for the fourth year in a row.
"Our main goal is to serve the viewers of Hampton Roads with the best possible news product in the market. We do that through consistency, teamwork and excellence in photojournalism. Each photographer at WAVY believes in the philosophy of the story being paramount. Every story is unique and must be told fairly and accurately through our pictures, writing and use of sound. Most importantly, we must treat every story with respect for our subjects and our viewers," WAVY-TV chief photographer Jeff Myers said.
Judge Seth Voorhees said, "You could tell they worked really hard on a lot of the stories, the extra effort was really there.
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