KSAT 12 wins ‘Best News or Event Feature Video’ for project memorializing Uvalde victims in 2022 EPPY awards
The EPPY Awards, which honored digital news publishing sites across more than 30 diverse categories, named KSAT.com’s ongoing “Remember Their Names” project as the “Best News or Event Feature Video” in the large category, which includes outlets with 1 million or more unique visitors each month.
Pregnancy in a pandemic: KSAT anchor Courtney Friedman has a big announcement
It’s a dream come true to announce to a community I love, that I’m pregnant. I have gathered so much information and have been able to personally ask the experts about these difficult choices I’m facing. I’m also talking to the concerned family members and friends of those who are expecting. Hopefully, that transparency will make us all feel a little more human, and a lot more at ease. I’m excited to learn alongside you and hope to offer you that same confidence and comfort that I’ve been able to find.
Myra Arthur: My Life in Quarantine
She said she wanted to check for the flu and then asked if I would like to do a COVID test. It wasn’t the notorious COVID test that involves sticking the swab up your nose to nearly tickle your scalp. Then she checked my son’s COVID test result. My son’s symptoms mostly subsided the day after his first positive test. My husband has had no symptoms 7 days, and now 21 hours and 6 minutes, into quarantine.
Black members of the KSAT family reflect on recent protests against racism
SAN ANTONIO As protests against police brutality and racism have played out across the country and here in San Antonio, it has become clear how crucial it is to have a diverse newsroom. Sometimes you need people who understand, said Alexsis Page, a KSAT producer. Having a diverse newsroom forms a conversation inside the newsroom, more education inside the newsroom, Gray said. Its the goal of a new digital KSAT show were launching this week. KSAT Explains will debut with an episode focused on the unrest weve seen across the country, a look at how protests have played out in our city and an examination of what it means to be Black in San Antonio.
Myra Arthur returns to KSAT after birth of second child
SAN ANTONIO Veteran KSAT anchor Myra Arthur will return to KSAT Wednesday as she heads back to work after the birth of her second child. Its bittersweet when maternity leave ends. What did Myra enjoy most about maternity leave? Before her maternity leave, Arthur was reporting and anchoring KSATs 6 p.m. newscast and the digital-only News at 9. So onto the next phase in the 9 p.m. evolution.Related: Get to know KSAT 12s Myra Arthur
Checking in with KSAT’s David Sears at home after his vacation was canceled due to COVID-19
Living in the Hill Country will make social distancing a little easier for KSAT’s David Sears. David is relaxing at home this week after his vacation was canceled due to the novel coronavirus. He told GMSA @ 9 that he and his wife were planning on visiting their grandchildren in Alabama. KSAT’s Mike Osterhage self quarantines after son came into contact with coronavirus-positive personHe added that he’ll even spend some time outdoors. And because his neighbors live several hundred yards away, social distancing won’t be a problem.