HALIFAX, April 9, 2013 /CNW/ - Tom Murphy, host of CBC News Nova Scotia
and the Chronicle Herald's Eva Hoare will be the Masters of Ceremonies
for the Atlantic Journalism Awards. This year's 32nd Atlantic
Journalism Awards gala dinner and awards event will be held at the
Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel May 11th.
Tom began his career at CBC in Charlottetown, working as both a radio
and television reporter and back-up host for eight years before moving
to CBC Halifax in 1999 as a current affairs reporter. Tom has won
several awards including an RTNDA award for TV short feature. His work
has been recognized by the Atlantic Journalism Awards and the Columbus
International Film and Television Festival. He has also received
several Gemini and Canadian Screen Award nominations.
Eva started her career as a reporter/news announcer at CHNS Radio in the
mid-1980s. In 1985, she became a reporter at The Chronicle Herald. She
has also been assignment editor at the newspaper during her career. Eva
has been nominated several times for Atlantic Journalism Awards,
winning twice. In 2013, she was nominated as News Person of the Year
with the Canadian Association of Journalists.
Winners will be presented with the gold and silver awards at the gala
dinner and awards event May 11th. Tickets for the show and gala dinner
are available online at www.AJAs.ca.
SOURCE: ATLANTIC JOURNALISM AWARDS