Brooke Bust-Webber

Online Giving and Marketing Associate

Brooke Bust-Webber is WUNC’s Online Giving and Marketing Associate. She joined the station in March 2018 after serving as Digital Communications Manager at UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center. Prior to moving to Chapel Hill, Brooke worked for three and a half years at AOL.com in New York City as a programming manager and editor. She graduated with an MA in International Journalism from City, University of London in 2013.

Logo for Green Eyeshade Awards
Courtesy of Green Eyeshade

WUNC has taken home four 2020 Green Eyeshade Awards, including the top honor for radio breaking news reporting and third place in digital coverage across all media outlets. 

The Society of Professional Journalists recognizes the best journalism in the southeastern United States. Journalists in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia are eligible.

2020 Edward R. Murrow Awards logo.
RTDN

WUNC has taken home five 2020 Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards. The Radio Television Digital News Association presents these regional honors for excellence in broadcast and digital journalism.

WUNC's competition region includes stations across North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, and West Virginia.

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Liz Schlemmer / WUNC

WUNC is compiling the following list of organizations asking for support during this unprecedented time. This post will be updated periodically with new information. Are we missing important efforts underway around the state? Please email bbustwebber@wunc.org and we will be happy to review your submission and update this list.

 

Logo for Green Eyeshade Awards
Courtesy of Green Eyeshade

WUNC has taken home five Green Eyeshade Awards, more than any other radio station in the contest.

The Society of Professional Journalists recognizes the very best journalism in the southeastern United States. Journalists in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia are eligible.