The Media Research Center (MRC) announced Tuesday that Daily Wire investigative reporter Luke Rosiak has won its first-ever MRC Bulldog Award for “Outstanding Investigative Journalist.”
Rosiak was among six Bulldog Award winners, including Fox News host Mark Levin (“Outstanding Talk Show Host”), New York Post columnist Miranda Devine (“Outstanding Columnist”), and conservative radio host Dan Bongino (“Outstanding Podcast”).
“Today’s MRC Bulldog Award recipients have been selected after careful consideration,” MRC President Brent Bozell said. “Their impactful work is trusted and respected by Americans nationwide, unlike the work of the left-wing operatives that call themselves ‘journalists.’ As the liberal media celebrate themselves with Pulitzers, we wanted to shine a light on the real journalists who are greatly dedicated to informing the American public on stories the legacy media ignores.”
Rosiak received the award for his investigative work uncovering the sexual assaults in Loudoun County, Virginia, public schools. His piece published by The Daily Wire in October 2021 documented the sexual assault of a girl in a Loudoun high school bathroom.
Rosiak’s revelations “redefined the Virginia gubernatorial and attorney general campaigns,” MRC said in a press release, as voters in Virginia overwhelmingly voted for Republican candidates promising to give parents more say in their children’s education.
MRC says it is committed to “neutralizing leftist bias in the news media and popular culture has had a critical impact on the way Americans view the liberal media.” The research center prides itself in educating the public about Left-wing media bias.
Other winners of the MRC Bulldog Awards included The Reload founder Stephen Gutowski for “Outstanding Blogger” and Washington Free Beacon Media Reporter Drew Holden for “Outstanding Social Media Personality.”
The Bulldog Award winners were voted on by a panel of judges nominated by the public.