Tom McKee Veteran broadcast journalist Tom McKee worked for WCPO-TV for 40 years before retiring at the end of 2018. In his career, McKee was a reporter, producer, assignment manager and multimedia journalist covering stories in Greater Cincinnati and around the country. The biggest challenge came in 1980, when he and eight co-workers were taken hostage at the station by a man who later took his own life. All nine were released unharmed. Honors for McKee include a 2013 Walter Cronkite Award for Civic Engagement in election coverage, the L.J. Hortin Distinguished Alumni Award from the Scripps School of Journalism at his alma mater, Ohio University, and induction into the Hall of Fame of the Ohio Associated Press Managing Editors. McKee and his wife, Claudia, have three grown sons and seven grandchildren.
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MANNY Winners Honored Manufacturers from across the Tristate will be honored at the 13th annual MANNY Awards, presented by Cincy Magazine, for achievements in five categories: Best Place to Work, New Product Development/Innovation, Job Creation, Biggest Breakthrough and Top Growth. The 15 winners will be celebrated at a dinner June 13 at JACK Casino from 5:30-8 p.m. To make a reservation, contact Events Coordinator Alexandra Tepe at atepe@ cincymagazine.com or go to cincy.live.