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TAB to Present First Lifetime Achievement Award to President Arnold

The Texas Association of Broadcasters will present its first Lifetime Achievement Award to TAB President Ann Arnold at its Annual Awards Gala Aug. 9.
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The Texas Association of Broadcasters will present its first Lifetime Achievement Award to TAB President Ann Arnold at its Annual Awards Gala Aug. 9.

Winners of TAB’s other major awards - Pioneer, Broadcaster and Educator of the Year - will be announced later this month.

Arnold was a longtime capitol correspondent in Austin for United Press International and headed the Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s capitol bureau from 1980-83. She previously worked for the Dallas Times-Herald and won a Headliners award for articles published by that newspaper.

Prior accolades include the 1993 Sunshine Award from the Society of Professional Journalism for contributions in the fight for open government; 2001 James Madison Award from the Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas for her open government advocacy; and a Trailblazer award in 2002 from the Austin chapter of American Women in Radio and Television.

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