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WUTM AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS
TOTAL AWARDS TO DATE = 283 (ALL PLACES)
TOTAL PLATINUM AWARDS = 9 (CONSECUTIVE FROM 2011-2019)
TOTAL FIRST PLACE = 86
TOTAL SECOND PLACE = 38
TOTAL THIRD PLACE = 26
TOTAL OTHER (FOURTH PLACE & OTHER) = 8
TOP FIVE FINALISTS NATIONALLY = 110
TOTAL HONORABLE MENTIONS = 9
2019
Awarded a "Platinum" Rating"
First Place
"Best News Promotion"
"Best Political News Coverage"
Top Five Finalist
“Best College Radio Station (under 10,000 enrollment)
“Best Station Facilities”
“Best Overall On-Air Schedule”
“Best Community News Coverage”
“Best Public Affairs Program”
“Best Sports Pre/Post Game Show” John Thornton
“Best Public Affairs Event/Promotion”
“Best Social Media Director” Kait Scott
“Best News Director” (Radio) Jillianne Moncrief
“Best Program Director” Olivia Johnston
 “Best Sports Play-by-Play / Men’s Basketball John Thornton & Jordan Taylor
“Best Baseball/Softball Play-By-Play” John Thornton
“Best Sports Interview”  John Thornton
“Best Business Director” Emma Bruner
“Best News Promotion”
“Best Specialty Music Program” WUTM
Every year the Intercollegiate Broadcast System is proud to honor the best and the brightest among college and high school media.  
WUTM Staff pose alongside the station's most recent awards from Intercollegiate Broadcast System at IBS's 79th annual conference in New York City, New York on March 3, 2019.

The Southeast Journalism Conference is a vibrant learning community of collegiate journalists in a variety of media disciplines honing their craft through professional development and the Best of the South Collegiate Journalism Competition. 

2019
First Place
Best Audio News Podcast”

 Second Place

“Best College Radio Station in the South” 

“Best Radio Hard News Reporter”— Olivia Johnston

“Best Radio News Feature Reporter” Jillianne Moncrief

Third Place

“Best Radio Journalist” Jenson Greenburg

Pictured after the  Southeast Journalism Conference Awards Ceremony are (l-r) UT Martin students Kait Scott, Kayla Brooks, Jillianne Moncrief, and Brian Affolter.

2019

First Place

“Best Radio Newscast”— Kait Scott

“Best Radio News Story”— Jillianne Moncrief

“Best Radio Sports Coverage — John Thornton and Jordan Taylor

“Best Radio Use of Sound (Natural Sound)” — Jillianne Moncrief and Brian Affolter

Second Place

“Best Radio Sports Reporting”— John Thornton

“Best Radio Sports Coverage/Program” — John Thornton, Jordan Taylor and Haley Carpenter

 “Radio Feature Story” — Kayla Brooks

The Tennessee AP College Journalism Awards is a not-for-profit news cooperative representing thousands of newspapers and broadcasters in the United States.

Pictured after the Tennessee Associated Press Career Day and College Awards are (l-r) UT Martin students John Thornton, of Atoka; Jillianne Moncrief, of McLemoresville; Kayla Brooks, of Dickson; and Brian Affolter, of Spring Hill.

CBI is a member-driven organization serving students and advisers of college and high school electronic media outlets. 

2019

First Place

“Best News Reporting – Audio” Shane Wofford

“Best Sportscast The Bench”  Natalie King, Jordan Taylor and John Thornton

Second Place

“Best Sports Play-by-Play” John Thornton and Jordan Taylor

 “Best Special Broadcast”

Third Place

“Best Sports Play-by-Play” Natalie King, Ashley Shores, Jordan Taylor and John Thornton

 “Best Sportscast The Bench” Haley Carpenter, Jordan Taylor, John Thornton

Fourth Place

“Best D.J.” Brian Affolter

“Best Podcast The Collegiate Capitalist” Brian Affolter

Archives of WUTM's previous awards are currently being created. Please check back soon for more information.