- Associated Press - Friday, June 3, 2016

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Television stations KTUL and KOKH claimed top prizes in the annual Oklahoma Associated Press Broadcast contest while KGOU and Radio Oklahoma Network were the big winners of the radio awards.

The awards were presented Friday during a luncheon in Oklahoma City.

KOKH won for both Best Early Newscast and Best Evening Newscast while KTUL won first place in seven categories, including Best News Anchor.

KGOU won first in eight categories, including Best Spot News and Best Government Reporting. Radio Oklahoma won for Best Newscast.

Other winners are KFOR, OETA, KOKI and KXII.

KTUL and KGOU won the Sweepstakes Award for overall news excellence.

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