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Larry Hatteberg

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Anchor and Photojournalist

Local Address:  Wichita , Kansas , United States
KAKE-TV; Wichita, Kan.

Employment History


  • Winfield High School
  • Wichita State University
  • Kansas State Teachers College
185 Total References
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News Release, 15 Oct 2001 [cached]
During the October 9 reunion reception, KAB inducted five Kansas broadcasters into the Kansas Broadcasting Hall of Fame: Harold Ensley, Overland Park; Tom Hedrick, Lawrence; Ken Jennison, Salina; Tom Leahy, Wichita; and Dev Nelson (posthumously), Manhattan.
KAB presented its Sonny Slater Award for outstanding service to his station and community, to Larry Hatteberg, KAKE TV, Wichita.
Tom and his wife Lee live in Lawrence and they have one grown daughter.
The 2001 Sonny Slater Award is presented to Larry Hatteberg for his many years of outstanding service to his station and the communities it serves.For 38 years, Larry has brought a special kind of television to Kansas.His constant search for ordinary people, whose stories illuminate larger issues, put him in a position to develop a personal relationship with Kansas viewers.Throughout the nation, he is known as a video storyteller who can "touch" people with his television journalism.His "Hatteberg's People" series is the longest running television feature in Kansas.The series is so popular, Larry has published two books called "Larry Hatteberg's Kansas People", based on the television series.Both books were Kansas best-sellers.Larry's television career began at KAKE in 1963 when he started as a part-time film lab technician.He's been a photographer, chief photographer, assistant news director, executive news director and is now managing editor of KAKE News and prime-time co-anchor of KAKE News At Five.He is also the co-host of the local segments of the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Labor Day Telethon.There are few major awards Larry hasn't won including a prestigious lifetime ‘Emmy'.He was twice named the prestigious "National Press Photographers Television News Cameraman of the Year."He received three of the highest awards in photojournalism given by the National Press Photographers Association.Larry was a national semi-finalist for NASA's "Journalist-in-Space" program out of 1,800 applicants.In addition, he has received over 95 local, state and national awards for television news photography, reporting, and for helping to set broadcast journalism standards.
NPPA: Past National Officers, 29 Sept 2012 [cached]
Vice-President, Larry Hatteberg Secretary, Steve Tello
President, Larry Hatteberg
Join KAKE News as we look ..., 18 Nov 2014 [cached]
Join KAKE News as we look back at the career of Larry Hatteberg.
Watch Good Morning Kansas and KAKE News Midday each day this week for Looking Back with Larry.
Larry signs off from KAKE News on Tuesday, November 25.
Part 1: The Early Years
Larry Hatteberg has been working at KAKE TV for 51 years. He is a legendary journalist with a passion for photography.
"When you have a camera on your shoulder and you are watching history in the making, there's nothing like it," Hatteberg said.
Larry was raised in Winfield and was an only child. His parents encouraged his love of photography from the early age of 12. His dad owned a Bakery in Winfield, and even built a darkroom in the basement.
Larry's first camera was a 4X5 Speed Graphic, which was the standard news camera of the day.
Larry remembers the moment he wanted to go into television.
"I was watching the Today Show and they were doing live-shots, and the Arkansas Governor was standing on the front steps of the Little Rock Arkansas High School denying African-American children from going in," he said.
Larry watched the reporters and photographers covering that story. He wanted to be a part of history.
Larry started at KAKE when he was 18 years old. He begged KAKE management for a job. He started out working a temporary summer job but it quickly grew to a full-time spot.
Larry has won more than 130 State and National awards in photography and reporting jobs. He is the most honored journalist in Kansas.
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