AWARDS

Over the years, OUTDOOR IDAHO has received hundreds of national and regional awards for excellence, including Regional Emmys, CINE Golden Eagles, Gold Medals from the New York Festival, the Society of Professional Journalists, Worldfest International Film Festival, Telly, and others. Listed below are the Awards received since 1990.

2014

Emmy Winner - "Nature's Healing Power," Health/Science, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Award of Excellence - "State of Our Parks," Documentary, International Videographer Awards
Award of Distinction - "Helping Henry's," Information, International Videographer Awards
Award of Distinction - "Nature's Healing Power," Public Information, International Videographer Awards
Honorable Mention - "Summit Idaho," Sports, International Videographer Awards
First Place - "State of Our Parks," Public Affairs, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Idaho Water Handbook," Best Agricultural Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Summit Idaho," Best Sports Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Nature's Healing Power" segment called "Higher Ground," Feature News Story, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
J. Robb Brady Award - "Idaho Water Handbook" & water segments, Aaron Kunz, Idaho Conservation League 
Second Place -
"Summit Idaho," Sports Reporting, Society of Professional Journalists 
First Place -
"Idaho Water Handbook," Public Affairs, Field, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "State of Our Parks," Public Affairs, Field, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "30th Anniversary," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Idaho's Scenic Byways," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Third Place - "Summit Idaho," Environment Report, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Nature's Healing Power," TV Writing, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Summit Idaho," Videography, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "State of Our Parks," Videography, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Home in My Dreams," Video Essay, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Facebook entries,"  Best Use of Social Media, Idaho Press Club
Emmy Nomination - "State of Our Parks," Public Affairs, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Emmy Nomination - "Summit Idaho," Informational, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Emmy Nomination - "Nature's Healing Power," Health/Science, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Emmy Nomination - "30th Anniversary Celebration," Historic/Cultural, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter 
Emmy Nomination -
 "Idaho Water Handbook," Environmental, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter 
Emmy Nomination - 
Sauni Symonds, Writer/Program, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Emmy Nomination - Marcia Franklin, Writer/Program, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter 
Special Jury Award -
"30th Anniversary Celebration," Local Programming, Worldfest International Film Festival
Platinum Remi - "Idaho Water Handbook," Documentary, Worldfest International Film Festival 
Platinum Remi -
"Nature's Healing Power," Health & Wellness, Worldfest International Film Festival
Platinum Remi - "Idaho's Scenic Byways," Travel/Tourism, Worldfest International Film Festival 
Gold Remi -
"Rec Tech," Manufacturing, Worldfest International Film Festival 
Bronze Remi -
"A Sawtooth Celebration," Information/Cultural, Worldfest International Film Festival
Bronze Remi - "Summit Idaho," Sports, Worldfest International Film Festival
Finalist - "A Sawtooth Celebration," Environment & Ecology, New York Film Festival
Bronze Telly -
"30th Anniversary Special," Information
Bronze Telly - "Scenic Byways," Travel/Tourism
Bronze Telly - "Summit Idaho," Sports
Bronze Telly - "State of Our Parks," Internet/Online Information

2013

Emmy Winner - "Idaho Geology, A Convergence of Wonders," Science Program, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, NW Chapter
Award of Excellence - "Idaho's Salmon," Videographer Awards
Award of Distinction - "The Foothills," Videographer Awards
Award of Distinction - "Climbing Idaho," Videographer Awards
Honorable Mention - "Palisades by Season," Videographer Awards

First Place -
"Climbing Idaho," Best Sports Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association 
First Place -
"30th Anniversary," Best Audience Promotion, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Horse Packers & Wagon Masters," Outdoor/Environment Report, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Palisades by Season," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
 
First Place -
"Idaho's Salmon," Public Affairs-Field, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "A Sawtooth Celebration," Videography, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Outdoor Idaho: Miles From Nowhere," Video Essay, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Idaho Geology, A Convergence of Wonders," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Climbing Idaho," Outdoor/Environment Report, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "The Foothills," Joan Cartan-Hansen,Television Writing, Idaho Press Club
Third Place - "The Foothills," Videography, Idaho Press Club
 
Honorable Mention -
"Winter Grit," Outdoor/Environment Report, Idaho Press Club
Third Place - "Climbing Idaho," Sports Reporting, Society of Professional Journalists, NW Chapter
Special Jury Award - "Idaho's Salmon," Nature & Wildlife, Worldfest International Film Festival
Platinum Remi - "Winter Grit," Leisure & Recreation, Worldfest International Film Festival
Platinum Remi - "Salmon River Lodges & Legacies," Travel/Tourism, Worldfest International Film Festival
Platinum Remi - "Idaho Geology, A Convergence of Wonders," Education-Adult, Worldfest International Film Festival
Gold Remi - "Climbing Idaho," Sports, Worldfest International Film Festival
Gold Remi - "The People's Land," Environment, Worldfest International Film Festival
Silver Remi - "The Foothills," Information/Cultural, Worldfest International Film Festival
Bronze Remi - "Writers at Harriman," Education, Worldfest International Film Festival
Emmy Nomination - "A Sawtooth Celebration," Historical/Cultural Program
Emmy Nomination - "Idaho Geology, A Convergence of Wonders," Health/Science Program
Emmy Nomination - "Idaho's Salmon," Public Affairs Program
Emmy Nomination - "30th Anniversary Campaign," Promotion Campaign
Bronze Medal - "Idaho's Salmon," Nature & Wildlife category, New York Film Festival
Bronze Telly - "Climbing Idaho," Sports category
Bronze Telly - "Idaho's Salmon," Nature/Wildlife category
Bronze Telly - "Sawtooth Celebration Sneak Preview," Internet/Online Information category


2012

First Place - "The People's Land," News & Public Affairs, NETA (National Educational Telecommunications Association) 
First Place -
"Idaho Geology: the Palouse,"  Best Agricultural Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Idaho Geology: Blue Heart Springs," Best News Photographer, Idaho State Broadcasters Association 
Emmy Winner -
"Salmon River Lodges & Legacies," Historic/Cultural Program, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences NW Chapter
Award of Excellence - Jay Krajic, "Salmon River Lodges & Legacies," TV Programs/Documentaries, Videographer Awards
Award of Excellence - Pat Metzler, "Idaho Geology, a Convergence of Wonders," TV Programs, Videographer Awards
Award of Excellence - Jay Krajic & Seth Ogilvie, "Adventure Racing," TV Programs/Sports, Videographer Awards
First Place - "Working for Wildlife," Outdoor/Environment Report, Idaho Press Club 
Second Place -
"Eyes of the Forest," Outdoor/Environment Report, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Heli-Skiing," Video Essay, Idaho Press Club 
First Place tie -
"Salmon River Lodges & Legacies," Videography, Idaho Press Club 
Second Place -
"The People's Land," Public Affairs, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "The Boat Builders," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Third Place - "Writers at Harriman," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Emmy Nomination - "Salmon River Lodges & Legacies," Historic/Cultural Program
Emmy Nomination - "The People's Land," Public Affairs
Platinum REMI - "Wilderness in the 21st Century," Worldfest International Film Festival
Platinum REMI - "Flying Idaho," Worldfest International Film Festival
Platinum REMI - "Working for Wildlife," Worldfest International Film Festival
Gold REMI - "Canyonlands Calling," Worldfest International Film Festival
Gold REMI - "Idaho Fairways," Worldfest International Film Festival
Silver REMI - "Eyes of the Forest," Worldfest International Film Festival
Bronze Telly - "Salmon River Lodges," Travel/Tourism
Bronze Telly - "Canyonlands Calling," Information
Bronze Telly - Boat Builders, Miscellaneous

2011

First Place - "Wilderness in the 21st Century," Best Public Affairs Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Idaho Fairways," Best Sports Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Eating Local," Best Agricultural Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
Emmy Winner - "Eating Local," Health/Science, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences NW Chapter
Emmy Winner - "Wooden Boats, Wondrous Lakes," Documentary-Historical, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, NW Chapter
Award of Excellence - "Wooden Boats, Wondrous Lakes," TV Program/Information, Videographer Awards
Award of Distinction - "Home on the Range," TV Programs/Documentary, Videographer Awards
First Place - "Small Town Ski Hills," Sports Reporting, Society of Professional Journalists
Third Place - "Wilderness in the 21st Century," Special Report/Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists
First Place - "Flying Idaho," Outdoor/Environment Report, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Home on the Range," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Wilderness in the 21st Century," Public Affairs, Idaho Press Club
Third Place - "Wooden Boats, Wondrous Lakes," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Edward R. Murrow Award - "Wilderness in the 21st Century," Video News Documentary, Region 1, Radio-Television News Directors Association (RTNDA)
Emmy Nomination - "Wooden Boats, Wondrous Lakes," Documentary/Historical, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Northwest Chapter
Emmy Nomination - "Wilderness in the 21st Century," Public Affairs, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Northwest Chapter
Emmy Nomination - "Eating Local," Health/Science, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Northwest Chapter
Gold Award - "Adventure Racing," Sports, Worldfest Houston International Film & Video Festival
Platinum Award - "Wooden Boats, Wondrous Lakes," Sailing/Watersports, Worldfest Houston International Film & Video Festival
Special Jury Prize - "Home on the Range," Culture, Worldfest Houston International Film & Video Festival
Special Jury Prize - "Eating Local," Agriculture, Worldfest Houston International Film & Video Festival
Bronze Telly - "Pathways of Pioneers," Education
Bronze Telly - "Hometown Ski Hills," Information
Bronze Telly - "Chasing the Light," Miscellaneous
Bronze Telly - "Wooden Boats, Wondrous Lakes," Travel/Tourism

2010
Emmy Winner - "Wolves in Idaho," Public Affairs
Emmy Winner - "Adventure Racing," Sports, Program Series
Golden Eagle Award - "Wolves in Idaho," Environment & Natural Science, Council on International  Nontheatrical Events (CINE)      
First Place - "Wolves in Idaho," Public Affairs, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Let Me Be Brave," Sports Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Wolves in Idaho," Special Report/Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists
Second Place - "Let Me Be Brave," Special Report/Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists
Third Place - "Pathways of Pioneers," Special Report/Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists
Award of Excellence - "Seeking Refuge," Jay Krajic, Videographer Awards
Award of Distinction - "Hometown Ski Hills," Jay Krajic, Videographer Awards
First Place - "Wolves in Idaho," Public Affairs-Field, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Let Me Be Brave," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Pathways of Pioneers," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Seeking Refuge," Videography, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Seeking Refuge," Outdoor Report, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Winter Play," Outdoor Report, Idaho Press Club
Third Place - "Yellowstone's Cascade Corner," Outdoor Report, Idaho Press Club
Platinum Award - "Pathways of Pioneers," Cultural/Historical, WorldFest Houston International Film Festival
Platinum Award - "Wolves in Idaho," Public Affairs, WorldFest Houston International Film Festival
Gold Award - "Xtreme Sports,"  Sports, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Silver Award - "Let Me Be Brave," Motivational, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Bronze Award - "Winter Play," Travel & Tourism, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival

Emmy Nomination - "Pathways of Pioneers,"  Historic-Cultural
Emmy Nomination - "Adventure Racing,"  Sports-Program Series
Emmy Nomination - "Let Me Be Brave," Sports-One Time Special
Emmy Nomination - "Winter Play,"  Program Special
Emmy Nomination - "Winter Play,"  Joan Cartan-Hansen, Writer
Emmy Nomination - "Wolves in Idaho,"  Public Affairs
Edward R. Murrow Award - "Wolves in Idaho," Video News Documentary, Region 1, Radio-Television News Directors Association (RTNDA) 
First Place - "Xtreme Sports," Content Production/Information, NETA (National Educational Telecommunications Association)
Finalist Award - "Let Me Be Brave," Community Service Programs, New York Festivals
Finalist Award - "Ranch Family Heritage," Biography/Profiles, New York Festivals
Best Promotional Film - "Hang Gliding," United States Hang Gliding & Paragliding Association
First Place - Telly Award, "Winter Play," Travel/Tourism
Bronze - Telly Award, "Wolves in Idaho," Nature/Wildlife
Bronze - Telly Award, "Yellowstone's Cascade Corner," Travel/Tourism
Bronze - Telly Award, "Mining Idaho," Information
Bronze - Telly Award, "Let Me Be Brave," Social Responsibility

2009
Emmy Winner - "25th Anniversary Show," Informational/Instructional
First Place - "Wild Fire," Best Investigative Report, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Xtreme Sports," Best Sports Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Family Ranch Heritage," Best Agriculture Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Mining Idaho," Best Public Affairs Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place -  "Wild Fire," Investigative, Society of Professional Journalists
First Place - "Xtreme Sports," Sports, Society of Professional Journalists
"Sustained Achievement" Award -  Take Pride in Idaho, Idaho Conference on Recreation and Tourism
Award of Excellence - "Flying High," from "Xtreme Sports," Jay Krajic, Creativity, Videographer Awards
Award of Distinction - "Cyclorama," from "Xtreme Sports," Chuck Cathcart & Jay Krajic, Editing, Videographer Awards
Award of Distinction - "Winter Wonderland," Chuck Cathcart, Videoproductions: Travel, Videographer Awards
First Place - "Wild Fire," Public Affairs Program, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Mining Idaho," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Birders, Banders, Binoculars,"   Outdoor/Environmental Report, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Hang Gliding," Videography, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Powered by Nature," Outdoor/Environmental  Report, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Wild Fire," Media Campaign, Idaho Press Club
Third Place - "25th Anniversary," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Special Jury Prize - "25th Anniversary," Travel/Tourism,  Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Platinum Award - "Family Ranch Heritage," Agriculture,  Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Gold - "Powered by Nature," Ecology/Environment, Worldfest,  Houston International Film Festival
Bronze - "Mining Idaho," Informational/Cultural/Historical,  Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
First Place - Telly Award  "Wild Fire," Nature & Wildlife
First Place - Telly Award  "Birders, Banders, & Binoculars,"  Nature & Wildlife
First Place - Telly Award "Family Ranch Heritage,"  Miscellaneous
First Place - Telly Award "25th Anniversary Show,"  Travel/Tourism
Bronze - Telly Award  "Xtreme Sports," Sports
Golden Eagle - "25th Anniversary Show," Council on International  Nontheatrical Events (CINE)
Golden Eagle - "Wild Fire," Council on International Nontheatrical  Events (CINE)

2008
Emmy Nomination - "A Middle Fork Journey," Informational
Emmy Nomination - "Motorized Idaho," Sports
Third Place - "A Middle Fork Journey," Public Affairs-Field, Idaho Press Club
Honorable Mention - "Desert Hideaways," Outdoor/Environment Report, Idaho Press Club
Special Jury Prize - "A Middle Fork Journey," Sailing/Water Sports, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Bronze Award - "Idaho Getaways," Travel/Tourism, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
First Place - Telly Award  "Idaho Getaways," Travel & Tourism
Bronze - Telly Award  "A Middle Fork Journey," Nature & Wildlife
First Place -
"Idaho Getaways," Information, NETA (National Educational Telecommunications Association)
First Place - "A Palouse Paradise," Science & Nature, NETA (National Educational Telecommunications Association)
First Place - Television Series, NETA (National Educational Telecommunications Association)

2007
Silver Medal - "Idaho Getaways," Travel & Tourism, New York Film Festival
Emmy Winner - "A Trip to the Moon," Writing Category
Emmy Winner - "Cycling Idaho," Sports/Documentary Category
First Place - "Idaho Getaways," Best Public Affairs, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
Gold Medal -  "Cycling Idaho," Sports & Recreation, NY Film Festival
Silver Medal - "Idaho's Centennial Trail," Travel/Tourism, NY Film Festival
First Place - "A Trip to the Moon," Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland NW Chapter
Second Place - "Centennial Trail," Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland NW Chapter
First Place - "A Palouse Paradise," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Idaho's Centennial Trail," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Platinum Award - "A Trip to the Moon," Environment/Ecology, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Platinum Award - "Cycling Idaho," Leisure/Recreation, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Gold Award - "Centennial Trail," Travel/Tourism, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Silver Award - "A Palouse Paradise," Educational/Instructional, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Regional Emmy Nomination, "Cycling Idaho," Sports Program
Regional Emmy Nomination, "A Trip to the Moon," Information
Regional Emmy Nomination, "A Trip to the Moon," Writing
Regional Emmy Nomination, "A Palouse Paradise," Historic/Cultural
First Place - "Silver Valley Rising," Program Production, in conjunction with "Dialogue," NETA (National Educational Telecommunications Association)
First Place - Telly Award  "Cycling Idaho," Health & Fitness
First Place - Telly Award  "A Trip to the Moon," Information
Bronze - Telly Award  "Bird Hunting in Idaho,"  Sports

 2006
First Place - "A Taste of Idaho," Best Agriculture Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Silver Valley Rising,"  Edward R. Murrow Awards, News Documentary, Region 1, Radio-Television News Directors Association (RTNDA)  
Emmy Nomination - "Lewis & Clark Among the Tribes," Documentary-Cultural/Historical
Emmy Nomination - "Back to the Past," Documentary-Cultural/Historical
Emmy Nomination - "Silver Valley Rising," Public Affairs - Special or Series
First Place - "Silver Valley Rising," Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists, Pacific Northwest
Honorable Mention - "A Taste of Idaho," Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists, Pacific Northwest
Second Place - Borderlands," Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland Empire
First Place - "Lewis & Clark Among the Tribes," Public Affairs-Field, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Back to the Past," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Silver Valley Rising," Outdoor/Environmental Report, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Borderlands," Chuck Cathcart, Travel Category, The Videographer Awards
Platinum Award - "Silver Valley Rising," Ecology/Environment/Conservation Category, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Gold Award - "A Taste of Idaho," Agriculture Category, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Gold Award - "Backroad Adventures," Travel/Adventure Category, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Bronze Award - "Lewis & Clark Among the Tribes," Informational/Cultural/Historical Category, Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival
Telly Award First Place - "Backroad Adventures," Nature & Wildlife
Telly Award Bronze - "War of the Weeds," Miscellaneous
Golden Eagle - "Back to the Past," People & Places, Council on International Nontheatrical Events (CINE)
Golden Eagle - "Lewis & Clark Among the Tribes," History, Council on International Nontheatrical Events (CINE)
Honorable Mention - "War of the Weeds," Columbus International Film Festival

2005
First Place - "Pushing the Boundaries," Best Public Affairs, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "War of the Weeds," Best Agricultural Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
Platinum Award - "War of the Weeds," Ecology, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Platinum Award - "Pushing the Boundaries," Leisure/Recreation, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Platinum Award - "Jewel of the North," Travel/Tourism, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Platinum Award - "Designing Idaho," Arts/Culture, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Gold Award - "Vintage Idaho," Agriculture, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Silver Award - "Camp Rainbow Gold," Medical/Health, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
Emmy Nomination - "War of the Weeds," Public Affairs
Emmy Nomination - "Pushing the Boundaries," Information Programming
Emmy Nomination - "Camp Rainbow Gold," Information Programming: Children
Emmy Nomination - "Pushing the Boundaries," Individual Craft: Writing
Second Place - "Vintage Idaho," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Third Place - "Pushing the Boundaries," Report, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "War of the Weeds," Public Affairs, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Vintage Idaho," Videography, Idaho Press Club
Telly Award 1st Place - "Vintage Idaho," Documentary
Finalist - "Idaho: An Angler's Paradise," Sports And Recreation, New York Film Festival
Telly Award 1st Place - "Vintage Idaho," Documentary
Telly Award 1st Place - "Pushing the Boundaries," Information
Telly Award 1st Place - "Jewel of the North," Travel
Telly Award Finalist - "Designing Idaho," Cultural
First Place - "White Clouds in Waiting," Documentary, Science & Nature, National Educational Telecommunications Association
Honorable Mention - "Designing Idaho," Information, National Educational Telecommunications Association
Golden Eagle - "Camp Rainbow Gold," People and Places, Council on International Nontheatrical Events (CINE)
Golden Eagle - "Designing Idaho," Arts, Leisure & Lifestyle, Council on International Nontheatrical Events (CINE)
Honorable Mention - "War of the Weeds," Science & Technology, Columbus International Film Festival

2004
Regional Emmy "Conflict in the Clearwater," Public Affairs
Regional Emmy Nomination - "White Clouds in Waiting," Documentary: Current Issues
Regional Emmy Nomination - "Conflict in the Clearwater," Public Affairs
Regional Emmy Nomination - "Teton Inspiration," Informational Special
Regional Emmy Nomination - "Designing Idaho," Cultural/Fine Arts Special
Gold - "20th Anniversary Show," Special Jury Prize, Worldfest, The Houston International Film Festival
Golden Eagle -"20th Anniversary Show," People and Places, Council on International Nontheatrical Events (CINE)
Bronze - "Camp Rainbow Gold," Physical Health, Columbus International Film & Video Festival
Honorable Mention - "Designing Idaho," Columbus International Film & Video Festival
Bronze - "White Clouds in Waiting," Ecology/Environment/Conservation, Worldfest, The Houston International Film Festival
Bronze - "Teton Inspiration," Women's Issues, Worldfest, The Houston International Film Festival
First Place - "White Clouds in Waiting," Best Agricultural Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
Telly Award 1st Place - "20th Anniversary Show," Miscellaneous Category
Telly Award Finalist - "White Clouds in Waiting." Documentary
Honorable Mention - "20th Anniversary Show," Columbus International Film Festival
1st Place - "Idaho, An Angler's Paradise," Documentary, Science & Nature, National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA)
Finalist - "Idaho, An Angler's Paradise," Sports & Recreation, New York Film Festival
1st Place -"20th Anniversary," Public Affairs-Field, Idaho Press Club
1st Place - "Teton Inspirations," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
2nd Place - "Conflict in the Clearwater," Public Affairs-Field, Idaho Press Club
2nd Place - "Designing Idaho," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
3rd Place -"White Clouds in Waiting," Outdoor/Environment Reporting, Idaho Press Club
1st Place - "Designing Idaho," Preservation Award, Idaho Heritage Trust
1st Place – "White Clouds in Waiting," Documentary, Pacific NW Society of Professional Journalists
2nd Place – "Butterfly Man," Feature, Pacific NW Society of Professional Journalists

2003
First Place, Idaho State Broadcasters Assn, Best Sports Program, "Idaho, An Angler's Paradise"
First Place, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland NW Chapter, Feature Photography, "Our Dogs: Bird Hunting"
Second Place, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland NW Chapter, Documentary, "Our Dogs"
First Place, Idaho Press Club, Documentary, "Desert Therapy"
Second Place, Idaho Press Club, Documentary, "Gold Rush Days & Ghost Towns"
Third Place, Idaho Press Club, Documentary, "Our Dogs"
First Place, Idaho Press Club, Public Affairs Field, "Fish & Game in the Crosshairs"
First Place, Idaho Press Club, Outdoor Report, "Frank Church Wilderness"
Second Place, Idaho Press Club, Outdoor Report, "Idaho, An Angler's Paradise"
Third Place, Idaho Press Club, Outdoor Report, "Horse Women: Copper Basin trip"
Second Place, Idaho Press Club, Television Writing, Joan Cartan-Hansen, "Frank Church Wilderness"
Third Place, Idaho Press Club, Television Writing, Jim Peck, "Horse Women: Jockey"

Bronze,
Worldfest, Nature and Wildlife, “The Frank Church Wilderness"
Silver,
Worldfest, Family Matters, “Desert Therapy”
Telly Award, Documentary, "Owyhee Canyonlands"
Bronze Award, Environment and Ecology, The New York Festivals, "Frank Church Wilderness"
Telly Award Finalist, Sports Program, "Idaho, An Angler's Paradise"
First Place National Educational Telecommunications Association, (NETA), Program Information. “Desert Therapy.”
First Place National Educational Telecommunications Association, (NETA), Program Performance, “Oldtime Fiddlers.”
Golden Eagle Award Council on International Nontheatrical Events (CINE) “The Frank Church Wilderness.”
Golden Eagle Award Council on International Nontheatrical Events (CINE), “Our Dogs.”
Honorable Mention, Society of Professional Journalists, Pacific NW Chapter, Documentary, "Our Dogs"
Honorable Mention, Society of Professional Journalists, Pacific NW Chapter, Documentary, "Gold Rush Days & Ghost Towns"
Honorable Mention, Columbus International Film Festival, 20th Anniversary Show

2002
First Place Chris Statuette Columbus International Film & Video Festival. Education: Conflict Resolution. "Desert Therapy."
Honorable Mention Columbus International Film & Video Festival. Science & Technology. "The Frank Church Wilderness."
Honorable Mention Columbus International Film & Video Festival. Humanities: Folk topics. "Oldtime Fiddlers."
Honorable Mention Columbus International Film & Video Festival. Humanities: Heritage. "The River of No Return."
First Place Idaho State Broadcasters Association. Best Public Affairs. "The Frank Church Wilderness"
First Place Idaho State Broadcasters Association. Best Agricultural Program. "Down on the Farm"
Golden Eagle Award Council on International Nontheatrical Events (CINE). “Down on the Farm”
Regional Emmy Nomination Entertainment. “Oldtime Fiddlers
Regional Emmy Nomination Informational Series. “Owyhee Canyonlands
First Place NETA, Documentary-Information: "Outdoor Volunteers"
Telly Award Winner, Information: "Down on the Farm"
Telly Award Finalist,Miscellaneous: "Job With a View"
Telly Award Finalist, Travel & Tourism: "The River of No Return"
Platinum Award Worldfest, the Houston International Film Festival. Agriculture. “Down on the Farm.”
Bronze Award Worldfest, the Houston International Film Festival. Leisure and Recreation. “Owyhee Canyonlands.”
First Place Society of Professional Journalists. Features. “Oldtime Fiddlers.”
Second Place Society of Professional Journalists. Public Affairs. “Down on the Farm.”
Third Place Society of Professional Journalists. Features. “A Job with a View.”
First Place Idaho Press Club. Public Affairs. “The River of No Return.”
First Place Idaho Press Club. Documentary. “Oldtime Fiddlers.”
First Place Idaho Press Club. Environment Report. “Owyhee Canyonlands.”
First Place Idaho Press Club. Arts in Idaho. “Oldtime Fiddlers.”
Second Place Idaho Press Club. Public Affairs. “Down on the Farm.”
Second Place Idaho Press Club. Television Writing. Joan Cartan-Hansen. Segment from “A Job with a View.”
Honorable Mention Idaho Press Club. Light Feature Report. “Dugout Canoes on the River of No Return.”

2001
Regional Emmy. Public Affairs. "Idaho Tribes and the Environment."
First Place. Best Agricultural Program, Idaho State Broadcasters Association. "Challis Students," from "Outdoor Volunteers"
First Place. Society of Professional Journalists. Public Affairs. "Idaho Tribes and the Environment."
First Place. Society of Professional Journalists. Features. "Outdoor Volunteers: Adopt a Fence"
First Place. Idaho Press Club. Outdoor Feature. "The Public's Land."
Gold Medal. Worldfest: Houston International Film & Video Festival. Leisure and Recreation. "Outdoor Volunteers."
Platinum Medal. Worldfest: Houston Film & Video Festival.Ecology & Environment. "Idaho Tribes and the Environment."
Silver Medal. The New York Festival. Environment and Ecology. "Idaho Tribes and the Environment."
Second Place. Idaho Press Club. Television Writing. "Outdoor Volunteers."
Telly Award. Miscellaneous. "Yellow Pine Country."
Honorable Mention. The Columbus International Film and Video Festival. "Yellow Pine Country"
Honorable Mention. The Columbus International Film and Video Festival. "Idaho Tribes and the Environment"

2000
Gold Medal. Worldfest: Houston International Film & Video Festival. Educational/Instructional. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "The Bureau that Changed the West."
Gold Medal. Worldfest. Leisure & Recreation. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "Yellow Pine Country."
Bronze Medal. Worldfest. Travel & Tourism. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "The CCC in Idaho."
First Place. Idaho State Broadcasters Assn. Best Agricultural Program. "The Bureau that Changed the West."
First Place. Idaho Press Club. Arts in Idaho. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "Idaho in the Movies."
First Place. Idaho Press Club. Documentary. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "The CCC in Idaho."
First Place. Idaho Press Club. Outdoor Reporting. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "South Fork Salmon River."
Second Place. Idaho Press Club. Outdoor Reporting. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "Nature's Landbrokers."
First Place. Idaho Press Club. Public Affairs, Field. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "The Bureau that Changed the West."
Emmy Nomination. Documentary. "The CCC in Idaho."
Emmy Nomination. Informational. "Nature's Land Brokers."
Emmy Nomination. Cultural Affairs. "Yellow Pine Country."
Telly Award. Television Information. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "The Bureau that Changed the West."
Telly Award. Television Documentary. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "The CCC in Idaho."
Finalist. New York Film Festival. Educational/Instructional. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "The Bureau that Changed the West."
Second Place. Society of Professional Journalists. Documentary. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "The CCC in Idaho."
Third Place. Society of Professional Journalists. Documentary. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "Idaho in the Movies."
Second Place. Society of Professional Journalists. Feature. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "Joyce Ranch."
Third Place. Society of Professional Journalists. Public Affairs. OUTDOOR IDAHO. "The Bureau that Changed the West."

1999
Emmy Winner - "Fish & Game at the Crossroads,"  Public Affairs, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Honorable Mention - "In the Shadow of the Tetons,"  Science and Technology, Nature and Wildlife, The Columbus International Film and Video Awards
Gold Medal - "The Whitewater State,"  Sailing/Watersports, Worldfest
Bronze Medal - "In the Shadow of the Tetons,"  Travel/Tourism, Worldfest
First Place - "The Whitewater State,"  Outdoor Report, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "The Desert," Public Affairs-Field, Idaho Press Club
Second Place -"Fish and Game at the Crossroads,"  Public Affairs-Field, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Teton Gliding Segment," Television Writing, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Lewis and Clark in Idaho,"  Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Fourth Place - "In the Shadow of the Tetons," Recreation/Promotion, Outdoor Writers Association of America, North American Film and Video Awards
Finalist - "Lewis and Clark in Idaho,"  Telly Awards
Bronze Medal - "Lewis and Clark in Idaho,"  New York Film Festival

1998
First Place - "Lewis and Clark in Idaho" web site,  WWW Home Page, Promotion, National Educational Telecommunications Association Awards
Honorable Mention -"Vanishing Arts,"  Public Television: Information, National Educational Telecommunications Association Awards
Honorable Mention - "Vanishing Arts,"  Humanities, folk art, The Columbus International Film and Video Festival
Emmy Nomination - "The Next Generation,"  Instructional Series, National Academy Television Arts and Sciences
First Place - "Sawtooth Silver Anniversary," Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists, Pacific Northwest
First Place - "Sawtooth Silver Anniversary," Public Affairs, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland Northwest Empire
Second Place - "Small Town Rodeo,"  Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland Northwest Empire
Silver Apple - "The Next Generation,"  Personal Enrichment, National Educational Media Network
Bronze - "Vanishing Arts," How to/Instructional, Worldfest
First Place - "Vanishing Arts,"  Arts In Idaho, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "The Next Generation,"  Outdoor Report, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Sawtooth Silver Anniversary,"  Public Affairs-Field, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Small Town Rodeo,"  Documentary Idaho Press Club
Winner - "Never Say Quit" segments,  Nell Shipman Award, Women in Film/Seattle
Golden Eagle - "On The Henry's Fork,"  Travel and Tourism, Council on International Nontheatrical Events (CINE)

1997
Emmy Winner - "The Hunt,"  Informational Series, National Academy Television Arts and Sciences
Honorable Mention - "The Hunt,"  Nature and Wildlife, Columbus International Film and Video Festival
Emmy Nomination - "On The Henry's Fork,"  Informational Series, National Academy Television Arts and Sciences
Emmy Nomination - "Endangered Species,"  Public Affairs Series-Location, National Academy Television Arts and Sciences
First Place - "Never Say Quit," National Media Owl Award , Television-Non Fiction, Retirement Research Foundation
First Place - "Pat McMannus, Outdoor Idaho pieces", Arts In Idaho, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "The Hunt,"  Public Affair Program-Field, Idaho Press
Club
Second Place - "Endangered Species,"  Public Affair Program-Field, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Never Say Quit,"  Light Feature, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "On the Henry's Fork,"  Television Writing, Idaho Press Club

Bronze Apple
- "Endangered Species,"  Wildlife and Endangered Species category, National Educational Media Network 
Gold Medal - "On the Henry's Fork," Travelogue category, Houston International Film Festival , Worldfest
Finalist - "Wild and Scenic Rivers," Environment and Ecology, The New York Film Festival

1996
Production Excellence - "Living Legends,"  , Women in Film/Seattle, 3rd Annual Nell Shipman Awards, 
First Place - "Back County Pilots," 1996 Max Karant Award for Excellence in Aviation Journalism, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
First Place - "Fireline,"  Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists, Northwest Region
Third Place - "Back Country Pilots," 3rd place, Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists, Northwest Region
First Place - "Fireline,"  Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Back Country Pilots," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Wild and Scenic River,"  Public Affairs-FIeld, Idaho Press Club
Bronze Medal - "Fireline," , Agriculture category, Houston International Film Festival , Worldfest
Silver Apple - "St Joe Country," Portraits of Places, National Educational Media Network (formerly National Educational Film and Video Festival)
Silver Statuette - "Fireline,"  Infomercial, Telly Awards
Bronze Statuette - "Winter Survival,"  Sports, Telly Awards
Gold Medal - "Winter Survival,"  Educational/Instructional, New York Film Festival
Finalist - "St Joe River Country,"  Educational/Instructional, New York Film Festival

1995
Emmy Winner - "Empire of the Snake,Part 2"  Outstanding Public Affairs Series-Location, National Academy for Television Arts & Sciences
Silver Plaque - "Winter Survival,"  Safety, First Aid, Intercom International Communication Film and Video Festival
Bronze Plaque - "Home Movies,"  Columbus International Film & Video Festival (The Chris Awards)
First Place - "Health of our Forests,"  Environmental Reporting, Society of Professional Journalists, Northwest Region
Second Place - "Empire of the Snake,"  Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists, Northwest Region
First Place - "Health of Our Forests,"  Public Affairs-Studio, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Between Land and Water," Public Affairs-Studio, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Empire of the Snake, 2,"  Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Sawtooth Country," Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Mid-Snake,"  Television writing, Victoria Osborn, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Braun Brothers,"  Arts in Idaho, Idaho Press Club
Winner - "A State For All Seasons,"  Miscellaneous Production Nell Shipman Awards (The Idaho Film & Video Association)
Certificate of Excellence - "Empire of the Snake,"  Nell Shipman Awards (The Idaho Film & Video Association)
Merit Award - "Empire of the Snake," Merit Award for Presentation of Biological Information, International Wildlife Film Festival
IRIS Nomination - "Empire of the Snake," National Association of Television Programming Executives
Bronze Medal - "Empire of the Snake ", New York Film Festival
Most Unusual Treatment - "Under Idaho," Most Unusual Treatment of Outdoor Subject, Michigan Outdoor Writers Association (Teddy Award)

1994
Honorable Mention - "Empire of the Snake,"  Columbus International Film & Video Festival (The Chris Awards)
Second Place - Outdoor Idaho series, Television series, Association for Conservation Information
Honorable Mention - "Stormy Waters: Idaho's Inland Seas," Health and Science Reporting, Society of Professional Journalists
Honorable Mention - "Empire of the Snake, Part 1,"  Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists
Third Place - "Ranch Family Album,"  Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Third Place - "Stormy Waters: Idaho's Inland Seas,"  Serious Feature, Idaho Press Club
Best Doc - "Ranch Family Album," Best Documentary under $20,000, Nell Shipman Awards (Idaho Film Bureau)
Second Place - "Empire of the Snake, Part 1,"  Public Affairs - Field Production, Idaho Press Club
Finalist - "Women Taking the Lead," Finalist in Broadcast Division, Women in Film: The Nell Shipman Awards (Seattle)

1993
Best - "Under Idaho," Best Outdoor Video, Huckleberry Video/Film Festival
Honorable Mention - "Searching for the Soul of the Forest Service,"  Documentary, Society of Professional Journalists
First Place - "Searching for the Soul of the Forest Service,"  Public Affairs, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "A State without A National Park,"  Public Affairs, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Guiding Idaho,"  Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Merit Award - "Searching for the Soul of the Forest Service," Category: Regional look at national issues, 16th International Wildlife Film Festival
Finalist - "A State without a National Park,"  Educational/Instructional TV: Adults, The New York Film Festival

1992
First Place - "The Land,"  Georgi Award for Outstanding Writing The Writers Foundation of America
Honorable Mention - "Hells Canyon Country,"  Travel & Recreation, Columbus International Film & Video Festival
First Place - "Yellowstone in Winter," Association for Conservation Information
Second Place - "The BLM,"  Documentary , Association for Conservation Information
First Place - "The Politics of Trails," Best Public Affairs, Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "The Selway,"  Light Feature, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "The Politics of Trails," Public Affairs, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "The Politics of Endangered Species,"  Public Affairs, Idaho Press Club
Second Place - "Yellowstone in Winter,"  Documentary, Idaho Press Club
Silver Medal - "Horses,"  The New York Film Festival

1991
IRIS Nomination - "Horses,"  National Association of Television Programming Executives
Finalist - "Horses," Educational/Instruction Adult category, 1991 International Film and TV Festival of New York
First Place  - "Yellowstone in Winter," Documentary, 1991 Montana Film Festival
First Place - "Sawtooth National Recreation Area",  Idaho State Broadcasters Association
First Place - "Paragliding,"  Idaho State Broadcasters Association
Emmy Nomination - "Adventurers: Paragliding," Outstanding Individual Craft Achievement in Photography/Cinematography - Pat Metzler, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
Emmy Nomination - "Yellowstone in Winter," Outstanding Information Program/ Magazine or short format - National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
Emmy Nomination - "Yellowstone in Winter,"  Outstanding Individual Craft Achievement in Writing for a Program Length Show - Bruce Reichert, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
First Place - "Outdoor Idaho," Governor's Outstanding Achievement in Recreation Award for creating an armchair constituency for recreation.
First Place - "Scenic Rivers,"  Public Affairs, Idaho Press Club
First Place - "Adventurers: Paragliding," Sports Reporting , Idaho Press Club

First Place
- "High Desert Country," Informative, Best of the West, Pacific Mountain Network
IRIS Nomination - "The Adventurers,"  National Association of Television Programming Executives

1990
Golden Eagle - "The Desert,"  Council on International Nontheatrical Events (CINE)
Emmy Nomination - "Best of Outdoor Idaho," National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences"
Second Place - "Wilderness documentary," Association for Conservation Information
Third Place - "City of Rocks,"  Association for Conservation Information
Third Place - "Mount Borah,"  Association of Conservation Information
Second Place - "Poaching,"  Investigative Reporting, Idaho Press Club
Third Place - "Wilderness documentary," Public Affairs, Idaho Press Club
Third Place - "Falconry,"  Sports News, Idaho Press Club
Merit - "Wilderness documentary," Citation of Merit, National Outdoor Travel Film Festival (Teddy Award)
Third Place - "Best of Outdoor Idaho",  Recreation video, North American Film/Video Awards