Best of Boston

Best TV, Live

1984 Best TV, Reporter

Andy Hiller, Channel 4

Okay, the last thing he needs is a pat on the back. But his surprise on-the-air quizzing of the U.S. Senate candidates belongs in a [...] read more»
1984 Best TV, Weather Caster

Harvey Leonard, Channel 7

Straightforward—no bull, no cutesy-pie. read more»
1984 Best TV, Sportscaster

Bob Lobel, Channel 4

And getting Martin Clark to spill his guts about the Boston College basketball program looks a lot better in retrospect. read more»
1983 Best TV, News Director

Jeff Rosser, Channel 4

Guess Sy Yanoff noticed. read more»
1983 Best TV, Sportscaster

Tom Larson, Channel 38

His quiet fill-ins between the Red Sox and the Bruins games are models of clarity and information. read more»
1983 Best TV, News Anchor

Liz Walker, Channel 4

Bright, believable, and doesn't laugh in the wrong places. read more»
1983 Best TV, Non-News Anchor

Jeanne Blake, <em>Chronicle</em>, Channel 5

Solid reporter, seems to prepare well. read more»
1983 Best TV, Reporter

Andy Hiller, Channel 4

Old helmet head. Of course he's obnoxious. That's one of his endearing qualities. read more»
1983 Best TV, Reporting

Channel 5's Martha Bradlee on the gay community in Boston. read more»
1983 Best TV, Weathercaster

Bob Copeland, Channel 5

Straightforward, accurate. read more»
1983 Best TV, Locally Produced Series

“Chronicle”

From worst to best in 12 months' time. Nice work. read more»
1983 Best TV, Locally Produced Show

“Frontline”

PBS's ground-breaking experiment in investigative journalism. Jessica, we love ya. read more»
1983 Best TV, Series Set in Boston

"St. Elsewhere." read more»
1982 Best TV, Anchor

Mary Richardson, Channel 5

Not even a baby slowed her down. The best in field, and no friend of Kevin White. read more»
1982 Best TV, News Director

Jeff Rosser, Channel 4

Arrogant, but gets the job done. read more»