David Muir, the journalist, and co-anchor of news magazine 20/20 has won a Cine Golden Eagle Award in the news program category.
His reporting on heroin which exposed the heroin addicts and how the treatment is unavailable to this epidemic has won the award.
Concept Deals With Heroin Addiction
The concept deals with families struggling with heroin addiction and nowhere are they helped to get rid of it. David Muir was exploring the events where mothers and their newborn babies depended on heroin.
ABC president James Goldstone announced the winners and stated, “The program was overwhelmingly well received by lawmakers, advocates educators, and viewers,”
Won Golden Eagle Award
Competing finalists included Ronan Farrow who reported for NBC News named Americas Chornobyl and the other one was nightline’s report “daughters for sale.”
The Golden Eagle Award this time was the 60th year of the ongoing award show. CINE is the council on international non-theatrical events with a partnership with the USIA branch of the state department.
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