Cox Media Group, National Association of Black Journalists announce Jovita Moore Scholarship Fund

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Cox Media Group and the National Association of Black Journalists have announced a scholarship fund in memory of Channel 2′s Jovita Moore.

The announcement came Saturday night at the NABJ’s annual conference in Las Vegas.

The $25,000 annual investment will support students studying broadcast journalism in remembrance of Jovita’s life and legacy.

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In April 2021, doctors discovered two masses on Jovita’s brain. After surgery, they diagnosed her with glioblastoma, the most common type of brain cancer. She passed away from her battle with the disease seven months later in October 2021.

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