By Renee Bogatko, Image Credits - @tanhennessy/Instagram
The HIT 104.7 team behind an emotional story that touched the hearts of those in Canberra and beyond has been awarded for telling Braden’s story.
Braden, friend to HIT 104.7 Breakfast co-host Tanya Hennessy, was just 24 when he was told he had three months to live.
He wanted to tell his story to try to spread awareness of Melanoma.
Braden’s Story told by Ryan and Tanya won “Best Documentary” at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards over the weekend.
Well done guys!
The team at HIT 104.7 also picked up some other awards!
Ryan & Tanya’s Producer Matthew Heap won “Best Show Producer” and the Promotions and Content team won “Best Multimedia Execution – Station” for HIT 104.7 Skyfire 2017!
Excellent work by the whole team!