Dateline Award Winners

  • 2013 — Pam Minick

  • 2012 — Dead Sea Scrolls and The Bible Exhibition

  • 2011 — Touchdown Fort Worth

  • 2010 — The Texas Rangers

  • 2009 — TCU Football

  • 2008 — Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl

  • 2007 — Chef Tim Love

  • 2006 — No award given

  • 2005 — TCU Schieffer School of Journalism

  • 2004 — RadioShack/Pier 1 Imports

  • 2003 — The Modern

  • 2002 — No award given

  • 2001 — Fort Worth Zoo/Texas Wild! Exhibit

  • 2000 — City of Fort Worth

  • 1999 — The Fort Worth Herd

  • 1998 — Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall

  • 1997 — Downtown Fort Worth Inc.

  • 1996 — Mark Brooks, Professional Golfer

  • 1995 — Texas Motor Speedway/Bruton Smith

  • 1994 — Kimbell Art Museum

  • 1993 — City of Fort Worth

  • 1992 — Tarrant County Convention Center

  • 1991 — Fort Worth Museum of Science & History and Soviet Space

  • 1990 — The Bass Brothers

  • 1989 — Van Cliburn International Piano Competition

  • 1988 — H. Ross Perot Jr./Alliance Airport

  • 1987 — American Airlines

  • 1986 — Congressman Jim Wright, Speaker, U.S. House of Representatives

  • 1985 — Don Curry, World Welterweight Boxing Champion

  • 1984 — Jim Wacker, Head Football Coach, Texas Christian University

  • 1983 — Tandy Corporation/RadioShack

  • 1982 — Billy Bob’s Texas/Billy Bob Barnett

  • 1981 — Van Cliburn International Piano Competition

  • 1980 — Johnny Rutherford, Three-time Indianapolis 500 Winner

  • 1979 — United States Gymnastics Federation World Championships

  • 1978 — Kent Waldrep, National Paraplegia Foundation

  • 1977 — Dr. Paul Stevens, President of South Baptist Radio Television Commission

  • 1976 — Congressman Jim Wright

  • 1975 — Charles Tandy/Tandy Corporation

  • 1974 — Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport and Texas Rangers Baseball

  • 1973 — Kimbell Art Museum

  • 1972 — Texas Christian University’s Sports Information Office

  • 1971 — Fort Worth Public Schools

  • 1970 — Miss Texas Pageant

  • 1969 — Youth Orchestra of Greater Fort Worth

  • 1968 — Bell Helicopter

  • 1967 — George Bragg/Texas Boys Choir

  • 1966 — Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show

  • 1965 — General Dynamics/Fort Worth

  • 1964 — Texas Refinery Corporation’s World Meeting

  • 1963 — Casa Mañana Musicals

  • 1962 — Angus Wynne/Great Southwest Corporation’s Six Flags Over Texas

  • 1961 — No award given

  • 1960 — No award given

  • 1959 — TCU Football Coach Abe Martin’s Four Cotton Bowl Teams of 1953–59

  • 1958 — Colonial National Invitational Tournament