It’s awards season and station publicists are working overtime firing off press releases of the latest kudos: WBZ-TV snagged two Iris Awards at NATPE, one for “The Mad Housers,” an original drama with Richard Kiley produced by Ken Tucci, and one for “Boston Sports: The Great 80′ s,” produced by Alan Miller and hosted by Bob Lobel; WHDH-TV associate producer Judith Greenspan will receive the Sword of Hope from the Boston division of the American Cancer Society for a segment on the weekly “Our Times”; Ralph Griswold, a production technician at WFXT-TV, was named a 1991 Black Achiever the Greater Boston YMCA; and WCVB-TV’s Mike Lynch was named Massachusetts sportscaster of the year for the sixth consecutive time by the National Sportscasters & Sportswriters Assn.
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