Four Corners wins Logie nod

By Jonas Lopez in Media News on

Four Corners logo (photo credit: ABC)ABC documentary show Four Corners landed an award in this year’s TV Week Logies at The Star Gold Coast in Queensland.

The show received the Most Outstanding Coverage or Public Affairs Report plum for its feature on the 2014 Lindt Cafe siege, which ran for two episodes. The story stood out over another Four Corners episode, Pumped, about the Murray-Darling River basin water controversy, as well as features from Nine’s 60 Minutes and A Current Affair, and one from Channel Seven’s Sunday Night. Justin Stevens and Morag Ramsay, who worked on the Lindt Cafe episode, accepted the trophy.

A full list of winners is available on the Now to Love website.

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