Schilling Show host, Rob Schilling, again was recognized by the Associated Press for his reporting and journalism over the past year.

At the April 21 Virginias Associated Press Broadcasters Awards, Schilling was presented with the following Non-Metro Radio citations for his work in 2017:

Best Editorial or Editorial Series: Award for: Charlottesville Court Fails on Sex Crime Sentencing

Best Investigative Reporting: Award for When Hate Almost Came to a Charlottesville Church

Douglas Southall Freeman Award for Public Service Through Radio: A Mother Reflects on Her Veteran Son’s Suicide

The Schilling Show’s broadcast home station, Newsradio WINA FM/AM, took home the AP’s Outstanding News Operation of the Virginias and received a total of 14 awards from the Associated Press.

The Virginias Associated Press Broadcasters Awards covers television and radio broadcasting in both Virginia and West Virginia.

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Rob Schilling is founder of the multi-award-winning Schilling Show Blog and News, proprietor of Schilling Show Media; host of both the Schilling Show Unleashed Podcast and WINA's The Schilling Show heard weekdays at noon; husband; father; worship leader, Christian recording artist and Community Watchdog.


  1. Great news. Rob should produce a sitcom that parodies the C’ville Town Council meetings. It would be the best thing on TV since Night Court

  2. Hey, did Channel 29 win any awards? There is an AP story they ran today about the teacher fired in West Point, VA. Accompanying the story is a stock photo of cadets in formation at the USMA in West Point! Can make it up!

    The government needs to put a stop to the horrible “public school to illiteracy to mainstream journalist” pipeline!


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