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Blog

Arkansas Blog

Runners-up: Forbidden Hillcrest, Arkansas Foodies, Eat Arkansas

Newspaper writer

Max Brantley

Runners-up: John Brummett, David Koon, Wally Hall

Radio personality

Heather & DC

Runners-up: Tommy Smith, Bob Robbins, Corey and Jay

Radio station

KUAR 89.1

Runners-up: Alice 107.7, 103.7 The Buzz, The Point 94.1

TV news person

Craig O'Neill

Runners-up: Donna Terrell, Beth Hunt, Dawn Scott

TV sports person

Steve Sullivan

Runners-up: Aaron Peters, Wess Moore, Kerri O'Hara

TV station

KATV

Runners-up: KARK, KTHV, KLRT

TV weatherman

Ed Buckner

Runners-up: Ned Perme, Todd Yakoubian, Barry Brandt

Twitter feed

Hot Dog Mike

Runners-up: Arkansas Blog, Forbidden Hillcrest, Son of Conway

Website

Arkansas Times

Runners-up: Forbidden Hillcrest, Arkansas Foodies, Encyclopedia of Arkansas



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