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TV Lexicon: Peabody Awards

By Wikipedia

The George Foster Peabody Awards, more commonly known as simply the "Peabody Awards", are annual international awards given for excellence in radio and television broadcasting and cable television. Founded in 1940, the awards are administered by the Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia. The awards are named after the capitalist George Foster Peabody who donated the funds to initiate the awards.

The Peabody Awards are generally regarded as the most prestigious awards within the fields of broadcast journalism, documentary making, educational programming, children's programming, and entertainment. They are in contrast to the entertainment-oriented Emmy Awards.

The Peabody Awards were originally only for radio, but in 1948 television awards were introduced. In the late 1990s additional categories for material distributed via the Web were added. Materials created for theatrical motion picture release are not eligible.

Peabody Award Winners

1940

  • CBS Radio, Public Service by a Network
    • First radio winner
  • Elmer Davis, CBS Radio, Best Reporting of the News.
  • KFRU Radio, Columbia, Missouri, Public Service by a Small Station.
  • WGAR Radio, Cleveland, Ohio, Public Service by a Medium-sized Station.
  • WLW Radio, Cincinnati, Ohio, Public Service by a Large Station.
 

Honorable Mentions

  • KNX Radio, Los Angeles, California, Meritorious Service to a Localized Area.
  • KSTP Radio, St. Paul, Minnesota, America Calling.
  • KVOS Radio, Bellingham, Washington, for Promoting Better Understanding Between Canada and the United States Through Its Armistice Day Program.
  • WBAP Radio, Fort Worth, Texas, Series of Prison Broadcasts.
  • WBNX Radio, New York, New York, Public Service to Foreign Language Groups in New York.
  • WCAU Radio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wake Up America, Contribution to National Defense.
  • WGEO Radio (shortwave), Schenectady, New York, Service to the Byrd South Pole Expedition.
  • WJJD Radio, Chicago, Illinois, Service to Education in Broadcasts to Schools.
  • WJZ Radio, New York, New York, Town Meeting of the Air.
  • WLS Radio, Chicago, Illinois, for Meritorious Service to Agriculture.
  • WOR Radio, New York, New York, American Forum of the Air.
  • WOW Radio, Omaha, Nebraska, The President’s Birthday Ball of 1940.
  • WZXR Radio, New York, New York, High Standards of Musical Progress.
  • WRC and WMAL Radio, Washington, D.C., Mile of Dimes.
  • WSB Radio, Atlanta, Georgia, Distinguished Public Service Contributions.
 

1941

  1. CBS Radio, Cecil Brown, Outstanding Reporting of the News.
  2. Corwin, Norman, “The Bill of Rights,” Outstanding Entertainment in Drama.
  3. The International Shortwave Broadcasters of the United States, Outstanding Public Service by Stations.
  4. Mutual Broadcasting System and Alfred Wallenstein (WOR Radio) - (First

Mutual Winner) for Outstanding Entertainment in Music.

  1. NBC Radio, “University of Chicago Round Table,” Outstanding Educational Program.
  2. NBC Radio (WEAF), “Against the Storm,” Outstanding Entertainment in Drama.
 

1942

  1. CBS Radio, “The Man Behind the Gun,” Outstanding Entertainment in Drama.
  2. CBS Radio, Charles Collingwood, for Outstanding Reporting of the News.
  3. KOAC Radio, Corvalis, OR, “Our Hidden Enemy, Venereal Disease,”

Outstanding Public Service by a Local Station.

  1. NBC Pacific Coast Network, “The Standard Symphony,” Outstanding

Entertainment in Music.

  1. WCHS Radio, Charleston, WV, “The Home Front,” Outstanding Public Service

by a Regional Station.

  1. WHA Radio, “Afield with Ranger Mac,” Outstanding Educational Program.
 

1943

  1. ABC Radio (The Blue Network) (First ABC Winner), “American Town Meeting,”

Outstanding Educational Program.

  1. CBS Radio, “Lux Radio Theatre,” Outstanding Entertainment in Drama.
  2. CBS Radio, “Let’s Pretend,” Outstanding Children’s Program.
  3. CBS Radio, “An Open Letter to the American People,” Outstanding

Entertainment in Drama.

  1. CBS Radio, Edward R. Murrow, Outstanding Reporting of the News.

Hope, Bob, a Personal Award.

  1. KNX Radio, Los Angeles, CA, “These Are Americans,” Outstanding Community

Service by a Regional Station.

  1. KSL Radio, Salt Lake City, UT, “Music and the Spoken Word,” Outstanding

Entertainment in Music.

  1. KYA Radio, San Francisco, CA, “Calling Longshoremen,” Outstanding

Community Service by a Local Station.

  • Honorable Mention
  1. NBC Radio, Outstanding Educational Program “Inter-American University of the Air,” “The Lands of the Free.”
  2. WSNJ Radio, Bridgeton, NJ, Outstanding Community Service by a Local

Station, “Junior Commandos.”

 

1944

  1. ABC Radio (The Blue Network), Raymond Gram Swing, for Outstanding News

Commentary.

  1. Allen, Fred, CBS Radio, a Personal Award.
  2. KFI Radio, Los Angeles, CA, “Philharmonic Young Artists Series,” Outstanding

Program for Youth.

  1. Kirby, Col. Edward M., Chief Radio Branch, War Department, a Personal Award.

Mutual Broadcasting System, “Human Adventure,” Outstanding Educational Program.

  1. NBC Radio, “Cavalcade of America,” Outstanding Entertainment in Drama.
  2. NBC Radio, “Telephone Hour,” Outstanding Entertainment in Music.
  3. WIBX Radio, Utica, NY, “Cross-Rhoads,” Outstanding Public Service by a Local Station.
  4. WLW Radio, Cincinnati, OH, Outstanding Reporting of News.
  5. WNYC Radio and Mayor Fiorello Laguardia, New York, NY, Outstanding

Public Service by a Local Station.

  1. WTAG Radio, Worcester, MA, “Worcester and the World,” Outstanding Public

Service by a Regional Station.

  • Honorable Mention
  1. KMOX Radio, St. Louis, MO, “St. Louis Speaks.”
  2. KOIN Radio, Portland, OR, “Song of the Columbia.”
  3. KVOO Radio, Tulsa, OK, “Southwest Forum.”
  4. WFBL Radio, Syracuse, NY, “Syracuse on Trial.”
 

1945

  1. ABC Radio and George V. Denny, Jr., “America's Town Meeting of the Air,” Outstanding Educational Program.
  2. CBS Radio and Paul White, Outstanding Reporting of the News.
  3. KFWB Radio, Hollywood, CA, “Toward a Better World,” Outstanding Regional

Public Service.

  1. KOMA Radio, Oklahoma City, OK, “Save a Life,” Outstanding Local Public

Service.

  1. KOWH Radio (now KCRO-AM), Omaha, NE, “We March with Faith,” Outstanding Children’s Program.
  2. Mutual Broadcasting System, Arch Oboler, for Outstanding Entertainment in Drama.
  3. NBC Radio, “The NBC Symphony of the Air,” for Outstanding Entertainment in Music.
  4. NBC Radio and Edgar Bergen, for Outstanding Entertainment in Drama.
  5. WHAM Radio, Rochester, NY, and Dr. Howard Hanson, Eastman School of Music, Outstanding Entertainment in Music.
  • Honorable Mention
  1. KRNT Radio, Des Moines, IA, Outstanding Reporting of the News.
  2. WHAS Radio, Louisville, KY, “Wake Up Kentucky.”
  3. WOV Radio and Arnold Hartley, New York, NY, “Mr. Colombo Discovers America.”
 

1946

  1. CBS Radio, “The Columbia Workshop,” Outstanding Entertainment in Radio.
  2. CBS Radio and William L. Shirer, Outstanding Reporting and Interpretation of the News.
  3. Crosby, John, The New York Herald Tribune, a Personal Award.
  4. NBC Radio, “Orchestras of the Nation.”
  5. WELL Radio, Battle Creek, MI, “Our Town,” Outstanding Public Service by a Local Station.
  6. WHCU Radio, Ithaca, NY, “The Radio Edition of The Weekly Press,” Outstanding Public Service by a Local Station.
  7. WMCA Radio, New York, NY, Outstanding Educational Program.
  8. WOW Radio, Omaha, NE, “Operation Big Muddy,” Outstanding Public Service by a Regional Station.
  9. WSB Radio, Atlanta, GA, “The Harbor We Seek,” Outstanding Public Service by a Regional Station.
  • Honorable Mention
  1. CBS Radio, “Invitation to Music.”
  2. CBS Radio, “Suspense.”
  3. Junior League of America, “Books Bring Adventure.”
  4. Morgan, Henry, ABC Radio, Outstanding Entertainment in Drama.
  5. Mutual Broadcasting System, “Meet the Press.”
  6. Saudek, Robert and ABC Radio, Outstanding Educational Program - Radio Adaptation of John Hersey’s “Hiroshima.”
 

1947

  1. ABC Radio, “Theatre Guild on the Air.”
  2. ABC Radio, “The Boston Symphony Orchestra.”
  3. ABC Radio, Elmer Davis, Outstanding Reporting and Interpretation of the News.
  4. CBS Radio, “CBS Views the Press.”
  5. CBS Radio, “CBS is There.”
  6. KXAR Radio, Hope, AR, “Disaster Broadcast from Cotton Valley,” Outstanding Public Service by a Local Station.
  7. WBBM Radio, Chicago, IL, “Report Uncensored,” Outstanding Public Service by a Regional Station.
  • Honorable Mention
  1. CBS Radio, “Studio One.”
  2. United National Network for Peace, “United Nations Today.”
  3. WCCO Radio, Minneapolis, MN, Outstanding Public Service by a Regional Station, “As the Twig is Bent.”
  4. WQQW Radio, Washington, DC, “The Children’s Hour.”
 

1948

  1. ABC Radio, “You Bet Your Life.”
  2. ABC Radio, “Communism, U.S. Brand.”
  3. ABC Television (First Television Award), “Actor’s Studio.”
  4. CBS Radio, Larry Lesueur, “Memo From Lake Success,” “Between the Dark and Daylight,” “U.N. in Action,” “Crusade for Children.”
  5. CBS Radio, Edward R. Murrow, Outstanding Reporting and Interpretation of the News.
  6. KNBC Radio, San Francisco, CA, “Forests Aflame,” Outstanding Public Service by a Regional Station.
  7. NBC Radio, “NBC University Theatre.”
  8. NBC Television, (First NBC Television Award), “Howdy Doody.”
  9. NBC Radio, “The Orchestras of the Nation,” “The First Piano Quartet,” “The Boston Symphony Rehearsals,” Outstanding Entertainment in Music.
  10. WDAR Radio, Savannah, GA, “You and Youth,” Outstanding Public Service by a Local Station.
  • Honorable Mention
  1. Lowell Institute Cooperative Broadcasting, Outstanding Education Program.
  2. Radio Stations of the Mountain and Plain States, for Rendering Highly Important Service During the 1948 Blizzard.
  3. Rocky Mountain Radio Council, Outstanding Education Program.
  4. WNEW Radio, New York, NY, “Little Songs About U.N.”
 

1949

  1. ABC Radio, “Author Meets the Critics.”
  2. ABC Television, “Crusade in Europe.”
  3. Benny, Jack, CBS Radio, a Personal Award.
  4. CBS Radio, Eric Sevareid, Reporting and Interpretation of the News.
  5. CBS Television (First CBS Television Award), “The Ed Wynn Show.”
  6. CBS Television, “United Nations in Action.”
  7. KXLJ Radio (now KBLL), Helena, MT, “Legislative Highlights,” Public Service by a Local Station.
  8. NBC Radio, “United Nations Project.”
  9. NBC Television, “Kukla, Fran and Ollie.”
  10. WQXR Radio, New York, NY, Entertainment in Music.
  11. WWJ Radio, Detroit, MI, “Meet Your Congress,” “The Best Weapon,” “Protect Your Child,” “The World Forum,” #Public Service by a Regional Station.
  • Honorable Mention
  1. ABC Radio, “The Greatest Story Ever Told.”
  2. ABC Radio and Erwin Canham, “The Monitor Views the News.”
  3. Ross, Harold W., Editor, and The New Yorker, for Their Successful Campaign in Stopping Music and Commercial Announcements in Grand Central Station.
  4. U.N. and American Broadcasters in General as Represented by the National Association of Broadcasters for Broadcast Contributions to Better International Understanding.
  5. Webster, H.T., “Unseen Audience.”
  6. WMAZ Radio, Macon, GA, Reporting and Interpretation of the News.
  7. WTIC Radio, Hartford, CT, “Mind Your Manners.”
 

1950

ABC Radio, Metropolitan Opera. ABC Radio, Elmer Davis, Reporting and Interpretation of News. ABC Television, “Saturday at the Zoo.” Durante, Jimmy, NBC Television, a Personal Award. NBC Radio, “Halls of Ivy.” NBC Radio, “The Quick and the Dead.” NBC Television, “Zoo Parade.” Radio Free Europe, Contribution to International Understanding. WBBM Radio, Chicago, IL, “The Quiet Answer,” Public Service by a Regional Station.

  • Honorable Mention

ABC, Its President, Robert E. Kintner, and his associates, Robert Saudek and Joseph McDonald for Their Courageous Stand in Resisting Organized Pressures and Their Reaffirmation of Basic American Principles. CBS Radio, “Hear It Now.” Mutual Broadcasting System and United Nations Radio, Contribution to International Understanding “Pursuit of Peace.” Providence Journal, Its Editor and Publisher, Sevellon Brown, and Ben Bagdikian, Reporter for the Series of Articles Analyzing the Broadcasts of Top Commentators. WAAM-TV, Baltimore, MD, “The Johns Hopkins Science Review.” WABF-FM, Ira Hirschmann, New York, NY, Entertainment (Music). WFPL-FM Radio, Louisville, KY, Public Service by a Local Station. WNYC Radio, New York, NY, Contribution to International Understanding for United Nations Coverage.

 

1951

ABC Television, “Celanese Theatre.” BBC, London, UK, and Alistair Cooke, “Letter From America.” CBS Radio, “The Nation’s Nightmare.” CBS Television, Edward R. Murrow, “See It Now.” KPOJ Radio, Portland, OR, “Careers Unlimited” and “Civic Theatre on the Air,” Meritorious Local Public Service by Radio. NBC Radio, “Bob and Ray.” NBC Television, Gian Carlo Menotti, “Amahl and the Night Visitors.” WCAU-TV, Philadelphia, PA, “What in the World.” WQXR Radio, New York, NY, “New York Times Youth Forum.” WSB Radio and Television, Atlanta, GA, “The Pastor’s Study” and “Our World Today,” Meritorious Regional Public Service by Radio and Television.

 

1952

ABC Radio, Martin Agronsky, News. CBS Radio, “The New York City Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra.” NBC Radio, “The Standard Symphony.” NBC Television, “Meet the Press.” NBC Television, Mister Peepers.” NBC Television, “Your Hit Parade.” NBC Television, “Ding Dong School.” NBC Television, “Victory at Sea.” WAAM-TV (DuMont Network), Baltimore, MD, “The Johns Hopkins Science Review.” WEWS-TV, Cleveland, OH, Television Local Public Service. WIS Radio, Columbia, SC, Regional Public Service, Including Promotion of International Understanding.

 

1953

BBC Television, London, UK, Promotion of International Understanding Through Television, Coverage of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Coca, Imogene, NBC Television, a Personal Award. Johnson, Gerald W., WAAM-TV, Baltimore, MD, a Personal Award. KABC Radio, Los Angeles, CA, Chet Huntley for Radio News. KNXT-TV, Los Angeles, CA, “Cavalcade of Books.” Murrow, Edward R., CBS, a Personal Award. NBC Television, “NBC Television Opera Theatre.” NBC Television, “Television Playhouse.” NBC Telelvision, “Mr. Wizard.” WBAW Radio, Barnwell, SC, “Church of Your Choice,” Public Service by a Local Station. WCBS-TV, New York, NY, “Camera Three.” WSB Radio and Television, Atlanta, GA, “Removing the Rust From Radio” and “You and Your Health,” Public Service by a Regional Radio-Television Station.

 

1954

ABC Television, “Disneyland.” CBS Radio, “Man’s Right to Knowledge.” CBS Television, “Adventure.” CBS Television, “Omnibus.” CBS Television, “The Search.” Daly, John, ABC Television, Personal Award, Radio-Television News. Frederick, Pauline, NBC Radio, a Personal Award for “Pauline Frederick at the U.N.” Gobel, George, NBC Television, a Personal Award. KGAK Radio, Gallup, NM, “The Navajo Hour.” National Association of Manufacturers, “Industry on Parade.” NBC Radio, “Conversation.” WJAR-TV, Providence, RI, “Hurricane Carol.”

  • Honorable Mention

ABC, Boris Goldovsky, Metropolitan Opera, for Radio Music.

 

1955

ABC Radio and Television, “The Voice of Firestone.” Baxter, Dr. Frank, KNXT-TV, Los Angeles, CA, a Personal Award, Television Education. CBS Television, “Lassie.” Como, Perry, NBC Television, a Personal Award, Television Entertainment. Edwards, Douglas, CBS Television, a Personal Award, Television News. Gleason, Jackie, CBS Television, a Personal Award, Television Entertainment. Howe, Quincy, ABC Radio and Television, a Personal Award. KIRO Radio, Seattle, WA, “Democracy is You,” Radio Local Public Service. NBC Radio, “Biographies in Sound.” NBC Television, “Producers’ Showcase.” Weaver, Sylvester L., Jr., NBC Radio and Television, a Personal Award for Pioneering Program Concepts.

Honorable Mention CBS Television, “Omnibus.” KFYO Radio, Lubbock, TX, Local Public Service. KQED-TV, San Francisco, CA, Television Local Public Service. NBC Television, “Assignment: India.” WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids, IA, Television Local Public Service.

 

1956

ABC Radio, “Edward P. Morgan and the News.” ABC Television, John Charles Daly, Television News for Coverage of the National Political Conventions. CBS Television, “The Ed Sullivan Show.” CBS Television, “You are There.” CBS Television, “World in Crisis.” Gould, Jack, Personal Award for His Outstanding Contribution to Radio and Television Through His New York Times Writings. Mutual Broadcasting System and NBC Radio, “Bob and Ray” Show. NBC Television, “Youth Wants to Know.” Serling, Rod, a Personal Award for “Requiem for a Heavyweight” (First Script Award Given). UNICEF, “The Secret Life of Danny Kaye.” United Nations Radio and Television, Promotion of International Understanding. WNYC Radio, New York, NY, “Books in Profile.” WNYC Radio, New York, NY, “Little Orchestra Society Concerts.” WOW Radio and Television, Omaha, NE, “Regimented Raindrops.”

 

1957

ABC Television, John Charles Daly, “Prologue ’58.” CBS Radio and Television, Radio and Television News Including “Face the Nation,” “See it Now,” “The Twentieth Century,” and “This is New York.” CBS Television, “Captain Kangaroo.” CBS Television, “The Last Word.” Hope, Bob, NBC Television, a Personal Award. KING-TV, Seattle, WA, “Wunda.” KLZ-TV, Denver, CO, “Panorama.” KPFA-FM, Berkeley, CA, Local Radio Public Service. Lyons, Louis M., WGBH Radio and Television, Boston, MA, a Personal Award. NBC Radio and Television, NBC Educational TV Project, “Know Your Schools.” NBC Television, “The Dinah Shore Chevy Show.” NBC Television, “Hallmark Hall of Fame.” Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, Inc., Boston Conference on Programming and the High Quality of Its Public Service Broadcasting. WKAR Radio, East Lansing, MI, “You Are the Jury.” WQED-TV, Pittsburgh, PA, “The Heritage Series.”

 

1958

ABC Radio and UNESCO, “Easy as ABC.” ABC Television, “College News Conference.” CBS Radio, “The Hidden Revolution.” CBS Television, “Playhouse 90.” CBS Television, Television Public Service with Special Recognition Given to Dr. Frank Stanton. CBS Television, “Lincoln Presents Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic.” NBC News, “The Huntley-Brinkley Report.” NBC Television, “The Steve Allen Show.” NBC Television, “Continental Classroom.” NBC Television, “M.D. International.” NBC Television, “An Evening with Fred Astaire.” NBC Television, Orson Welles, and “Fountain of Youth” (Colgate Theatre). NBC Television, James Costigan, and “Little Moon of Alban” (Hallmark Hall of Fame). Standard Oil Company of California, Standard School Broadcast. WGN-TV, Chicago, IL, “The Blue Fairy.” WNEW Radio, New York, NY, Radio News.

 

1959

ABC Television, “Khrushchev Abroad.” CBS Radio, “The World Tonight.” CBS Television, “The Population Explosion.” CBS Television, “The Ed Sullivan Show.” CBS Television, “Small World.” CBS Television, Fred Friendly, and Edward R. Murrow, “The Lost Class of ’59.” NBC Radio, “Family Living ’59.” NBC Television, “The Bell Telephone Hour.” Susskind, David, NBC Television, a Personal Award for “The Moon and Sixpence.” Stanton, Dr. Frank, CBS Television, a Personal Award. WCCO Radio, Minneapolis, MN, Local Public Service. WDSU-TV, New Orleans, LA, Local Public Service. WGBH-TV and The World Affairs Council of Boston, Boston, MA, “Decisions.” WGN-TV, Chicago, IL, “Great Music from Chicago.” WNTA-TV, Newark, NJ, “The Play of the Week.”

 

1960

Broadcasting and Film Commission, National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A., Radio-Television Education for Such Programs as “Look Up and Live,” “Frontiers of Faith,” “Pilgrimage,” and “Talk-back.” CBS Television, “The Fabulous Fifties.” CBS Television, “G.E. College Bowl.” CBS Television, CBS 1960 Olympic Coverage. CBS Television, “CBS Reports, The Harvest of Shame.” KPFK Radio, Los Angeles, CA, Locally Produced Programs. NBC Television, “The Texaco Huntley-Brinkley Report.” NBC Television, “White Paper” Series. NBC Television, “The Shari Lewis Show.” Stanton, Dr. Frank, CBS Television, a Personal Award. Texaco-Metropolitan Opera Radio Network, Radio Public Service. WCCO-TV, Minneapolis, MN, Locally Produced Programs. WCKT-TV, Miami, FL, Locally Produced Programs. Wicker, Ireene, WNYC Radio, New York, NY, a Personal Award, Children’s Programs. WOOD Radio and WOOD-TV, Grand Rapids, MI, Locally Produced Programs. WQXR Radio, New York, NY, “Musical Spectaculars.”

 

1961

ABC Television, “Expedition!” BBC Television, London, England, “An Age of Kings.” Capital Cities Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), “Verdict for Tomorrow: The Eichmann Trial on Television.” CBS Television and Walter Lippman, Television Contribution to International Understanding. Friendly, Fred, CBS Television, a Personal Award. KSL-TV, Salt Lake City, UT, “Let Freedom Ring.” Minow, Newton N., Chairman, Federal Communications Commission, a Personal Award. NBC Television, “David Brinkley’s Journal.” NBC Television, “The Bob Newhart Show.” NBC Television, “Vincent Van Gogh: A Self-Portrait.” WFMT Radio, Chicago, IL, “Fine Arts Entertainment.” WNYC Radio, New York, NY, “The Reader’s Almanac” and “Teen Age Book Talk.” WRUL Radio (Worldwide Broadcasting), New York, NY, Contribution to International Understanding for Coverage of U.N. General Assembly Proceedings.

 

1962

ABC Television, “Adlai Stevenson Reports.” Burnett, Carol, CBS Television, Personal Award. CBS Television, “A Tour of the White House with Mrs. John F. Kennedy.” Cronkite, Walter, CBS News, a Personal Award. KNX Radio, Los Angeles, CA, “Science Editor.” KPIX-TV, San Francisco, CA, “San Francisco Pageant.” McAndrew, William R., NBC News, a Personal Award. NBC Radio, “The Eternal Light.” NBC Television, “Dupont Show of the Week.” NBC Television, “Exploring.” NBC Television, “Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color.” Official Films, Inc., New York, NY, “Biography.” Television Information Office and National Association of Broadcasters, for a study resulting in the book “For the Young Viewer: Television Programming for Children…at the Local Level.” WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, “Elliot Norton Reviews.” WJR Radio, Detroit, MI, “Adventures in Good Music.” WMAQ Radio, Chicago, IL, “Carnival of Books.” WNDT-TV, New York, NY, “Books for Our Time.” WQXR Radio, New York, NY, Radio News.

 

1963

ABC Television, “The Saga of Western Man.” Broadcasting Industry of the U.S.A., Coverage of the Assassination of President Kennedy and Related Events. CBS Television, “The Danny Kaye Show.” CBS Television, “CBS Reports: Storm Over the Supreme Court.” CBS Television and Dr. Frank Stanton, “Town Meeting of the World.” KSTP Radio, Minneapolis, MN, Radio Public Service, “Open Line.” Murrow, Edward R. and Voice of America, Radio Contribution to International Understanding. NBC Radio, “The Sunday Night Monitor.” NBC Radio and WNBC-TV, “The Dorothy Gordon Forum.” NBC Television, “Mr. Novak.” NBC Television, “American Revolution ’63.” Sevareid, Eric, CBS News, Personal Award for Television News. WGN-TV, Chicago, IL, “Treetop House.” WLW Radio, Cincinnati, OH, Radio Education, “Government Under Law.”

 

1964

CBS Television, “CBS Reports.” Child, Julia, WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, a Personal Award for “The French Chef.” Hall, Joyce, NBC Television, a Personal Award for “Hallmark Hall of Fame.” Intertel (Council of the International Television Federation), Contribution to International Understanding. Lawrence, William H., ABC Television, a Personal Award. NBC Television, “The Louvre.” NBC Television and Robert Saudek, “Profiles in Courage.” Networks and the Broadcasting Industry, for Inescapably Confronting the American Public with the Realities of Racial Discontent. Tillstrom, Burr, a Personal Award for “That Was the Week That Was.” WBKB-TV, Chicago, IL, “Off the Cuff.” WRVR-FM, New York, NY, “Riverside Radio.”

 

1965

ABC Television, “A Visit to Washington with Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, On Behalf of a More Beautiful America.” CBS Radio, “Music ‘Til Dawn.” CBS Television, “My Name is Barbra.” CBS Television, “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” CBS Television, “CBS Reports: KKK - The Invisible Empire.” CBS Television, “The National Driver’s Test.” CBS Television, “The Mystery of Stonehenge.” Ellis, Elmo, WSB Radio, Atlanta, GA, a Personal Award. KTLA-TV, Los Angeles, CA, Television News. McGee, Frank, NBC Television, a Personal Award for Television News. National Educational Television (NET), Television Education. NBC Television, “The Julie Andrews Show.” NBC Television, “Frank Sinatra, A Man and His Music.” Safer, Morley, CBS News, a Personal Award for Television News. WCCO Radio, Minneapolis, MN, Radio Public Service. Xerox Corporation, Television Contribution to International Understanding.

 

1966

ABC Television, “A Christmas Memory.” ABC Television, “The Wide World of Sports.” CBS News, “CBS Reports: The Poisoned Air.” CBS Television, “National Geographic Specials.” John, Tom, CBS Television, a Personal Award for “Death of a Salesman,” “Color Me Barbra,” and “The Strollin’ Twenties.” KRON-TV, San Francisco, CA, “Assignment Four.” National Educational Television (NET), for Excellence in Educational Television Programming. NBC Radio and WNBC-TV, “The Dorothy Gordon Youth Forum: Youth and Narcotics - Who Has the Answer?” NBC Television, “American White Paper: Organized Crime in the United States.” NBC Television, “The World of Stuart Little.” NBC Television, “Siberia: A Day in Irkutsk.” NBC Television, “Bell Telephone Hour.” Newman, Edwin, NBC Radio, a Personal Award. Reasoner, Harry, CBS News, a Personal Award for Television News. WBKB-TV, Chicago, IL, “Kup’s Show.” WGN-TV, Chicago, IL, “Artists’ Showcase.” WLIB Radio, New York, NY, “Community Opinion.” WTMJ-TV, Milwaukee, WI, “A Polish Millennium Concert.”

 

1967

ABC Television, “Africa.” CBS Television, “CBS Playhouse.” CBS Television, “The Children’s Film Festival.” CBS Television, “The Ed Sullivan Show.” Hope, Bob, a Personal Award. Killian, Dr. James R., Jr., Chairman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a Personal Award, Broadcasting Education. NBC Radio, Elie Abel, and “The World and Washington.” NBC Radio, “The Eternal Light.” NBC Radio and Television, “Meet the Press.” NBC Television, “An Evening at Tanglewood.” Sevareid, Eric, CBS News, a Personal Award for Radio-Television News Analysis and Commentary. WBBM-TV, Chicago, IL, “The Opportunity Line.” WIS-TV, Columbia, SC, “Mr. Knozit.”

 

1968

ABC Television, ABC Creative Documentaries of 1968. ABC Television, ABC’s Coverage of the 1968 Olympic Games. CBS News, “CBS Reports: Hunger in America.” Kuralt, Charles, CBS News, a Personal Award for “On the Road.” National Educational Television (NET), “Playhouse.” National Educational Television (NET), “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” NBC Radio, “Second Sunday.” Reiffel, Dr. Leonard, WEEI Radio, Boston, MA, a Personal Award for “The World Tomorrow.” Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, Inc. (Group W), “One Nation Indivisible.” WJR Radio, Detroit, MI, “Kaleidoscope.” WQXR Radio, New York, NY, “Steinway Hall.” WTTW-TV, Chicago, IL, Robert Cromie, and “Book Beat.”

 

1969

CBS Television, “The Japanese.” CBS Television, “J.T.” Crosby, Bing, a Personal Award. Gowdy, Curt, NBC Television, a Personal Award. Huntley, Chet, NBC Television, a Personal Award. KCET-TV, Los Angeles, and WGBH-TV, Boston, “The Advocates.” KQED-TV, San Francisco, CA, “Newsroom.” National Educational Television (NET), “Sesame Street.” NBC Radio, “On Trial: The Man in the Middle.” NBC Television, “Who Killed Lake Erie.” NBC Television, “Experiment in Television.” Pettit, Tom, NBC News, a Personal Award. Reynolds, Frank, ABC Television, a Personal Award. Voice of America, Promotion of International Understanding. WFBM-TV, Indianapolis, IN, “The Negro in Indianapolis.” WLIB Radio, New York, NY, “Higher Horizons.” WRNG Radio, Atlanta, GA, “When Will It End?”

 

1970

ABC News, “The Eye of the Storm.” BBC Television, London, “Civilisation.” CBS News, “60 Minutes.” CBS Television, The Dr. Seuss Programs. CBS Television, “The Selling of the Pentagon.” Drewry, John E., a Personal Award. KCET-TV, Los Angeles, and Public Broadcasting Service, “The Andersonville Trial.” KMEX-TV, Los Angeles, CA, “Peace…On Our Time” and “The Death of Ruben Salazar.” NBC News, “Migrant: An NBC White Paper.” NBC Radio, “The Danger Within: A Study of Disunity in America.” NBC Radio and Douglas Kiker, “Jordan Reports.” NBC Television, “The Flip Wilson Show.” NBC Television, “Hot Dog.” Public Broadcasting Service, “Evening at the Pops.” Voice of America and Garry Moore, Promotion of International Understanding. WAHT Radio, Lebanon, PA, “Medical Viewpoint” and “Pearl Harbor, Lest We Forget.” WFBE-FM, Flint, MI, “Listening/4.” WPBT-TV, Miami, FL, “Polithon ’70.” WWL-TV, New Orleans, LA, “This New Frontier.”

 

1971

ABC Television, “Make A Wish.” ABC Television and William Blinn, “Brian’s Song.” CBS Television, “The American Revolution: 1770-1783, A Conversation with Lord North.” Godfrey, Arthur, CBS Radio, a Personal Award. Heinemann, George, NBC-TV, a Personal Award. NBC Radio, “Second Sunday.” NBC Television, NBC Television for Dramatic Programming. NBC Television, “This Child is Rated X.” Rich, John, NBC Radio and Television, a Personal Award. Stanton, Dr. Frank, CBS Television, a Personal Award. Smith, William, Executive Director and Mississippi State Educational Television Authority, Television Education. United Nations Television, “United Nations Day Concert with Pablo Casals.” Voice of America, Promotion of International Understanding. WCCO Radio, Minneapolis, MN, “The Heart of the Matter.” WHA Radio, Madison, WI, “Wisconsin on the Move.” WQED-TV, Pittsburgh, PA, “The Turned On Crisis.” WWVA Radio, Wheeling, WV, “Junior Town Meeting of the Air.”

 

1972

ABC Sports, “XX Olympiad.” ABC Television, “ABC Afterschool Specials.” Broadcasting Foundation of America, New York, NY, Promotion of International Understanding Through Radio. CBS Television, “The Waltons.” CBS Television, “Captain Kangaroo.” Cooke, Alistair, a Personal Award for His Part in “America: A Personal View by Alistair Cooke.” District of Columbia Schools Radio Project, “The Noise Shows.” KGW Radio, Portland, OR, “Open Door.” KOAC Radio, Corvallis, OR, “Conversations with Will Shakespeare and Certain of His Friends.” Monroe, Bill, NBC Television, a Personal Award, Washington Editor of the “Today Show.” National Public Radio, “All Things Considered.” NBC and NBC Owned and Operated Stations, “No Fault Insurance - Right or Wrong?” and “Second Sunday, Seven-part Series on the Cities.” NBC Radio, “Monitor.” NBC Television, “Pensions, The Broken Promise.” NBC Television, “Jack Lemmon in ‘S Wonderful, ‘S Gershwin,” “Liza With a Z,” and “The Timex All-star Swing Festival.” NBC Television, BBC, and Time-Life Films, “The Search for the Nile.” Voice of America, Promotion of International Understanding Through Radio. WABC-TV, New York, NY, “Willowbrook: The Last Great Disgrace.” Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, Inc. (Group W), “Breakdown.” WHRO-TV, Norfolk, VA, Overall Classroom Programming. WNET-TV, New York, and the BBC, London, “The Restless Earth.” WWL-TV, New Orleans, LA, “China ’72: A Hole in the Bamboo Curtain.”

 

1973

ABC News, “Close-Up.” ABC News, “The First and Essential Freedom.” ABC, CBS, NBC Television, Outstanding Contributions to Entertainment Through an Exceptional Year of Televised Drama. Garagiola, Joe, NBC Television, a Personal Award. Ilott, Pamela, CBS News, a Personal Award for “Lamp Under My Feet” and “Look Up and Live.” KANU-FM, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, “The American Past.” KNOW Radio, Austin, TX, “Marijuana and the Law.” KNXT-TV, Los Angeles, CA, “Learning Can Be Fun” and “Dusty’s Treehouse.” Lisagor, Peter, Chicago Daily News, a Personal Award. NBC Radio, “Second Sunday: Communism in the 70s” and “A Right to Death.” NBC Radio, “Project 1 Experiment” for “The Carpenters: Live in Concert” and “Helen Reddy: Live in Concert.” NBC Television, “The Energy Crisis…An American White Paper.” NBC Television, “The Borrowers” (Hallmark Hall of Fame) and “Street of the Flower Boxes” (NBC Children’s Theatre). Thomas, Lowell, a Personal Award. WCAU-TV, Philadelphia, PA, “Overture to Friendship: The Philadelphia Orchestra in China.” WFMT Radio, Chicago, IL, “Lyric Opera Live Broadcasts” and “Music in Chicago.” WIND Radio, Chicago, IL, “From 18th Street: Destination Peking.” WRC-TV, Washington, DC, “Home Rule Campaign.” WTIU-TV, Bloomington, IN, “Myshkin.”

 

1974

ABC Television, “Free to Be…You and Me.” ABC Television, “Sadat: Action Biography.” Baker, Marilyn, KQED-TV, San Francisco, CA, a Personal Award. CBS Radio, “The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre.” CBS Television, The Exceptionally Well-Done Four-Part Series of Dramatic Specials Based on the Life of “Benjamin Franklin.” Goodman, Julian, NBC Television, a Personal Award. Graham, Fred P., CBS News, a Personal Award. Johnson Foundation, “Conversations From Wingspread.” KFAC Radio, Los Angeles, CA, “Through the Looking Glass.” KING-TV, Seattle, WA, “How Come?” KPRC-TV, Houston, TX, “The Right Man.” KTW Radio, Seattle, WA, “The Hit and Run Players.” National Public Affairs Center for Television (NPACT), Outstanding Overall Effort to Bring Meaningful Public Affairs Programming to the Nation. NBC Radio, “Second Sunday.” NBC Television, “Tornado! 4:40 pm, Xenia, Ohio.” NBC Television, “The Execution of Private Slovik,” “The Law,” and “IBM Presents Clarence Darrow.” NBC Television, “Go!” Public Broadcasting Service and WNET-TV, Washington, DC, “Theatre in America.” Stern, Carl, NBC News, a Personal Award. WCCO-TV, Minneapolis, MN, “From Belfast with Love.” WCKT-TV, Miami, FL, a Superb Series of Investigative Reports Which Brought Considerable Response and Change. WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, “NOVA.” WMAL Radio, Washington, DC, “Battles Just Begun.” WNBC Radio, New York, NY, “Pledge a Job.” WSB Radio, Atlanta, GA, “Suffer the Little Children,” “Atlanta: A Portrait in Black and White,” and “Henry Aaron: A Man with a Mission.”

 

1975

ABC Television, “ABC Theatre: Love Among the Ruins.” ABC Television, “ABC Afterschool Specials.” Alphaventure, New York, NY, “Big Blue Marble.” CBS News, “Mr. Rooney Goes to Washington.” CBS News, “The American Assassins.” CBS Television, “M*A*S*H.” KABC-TV, Los Angeles, CA, “The Dale Car: A Dream or a Nightmare?” Kaiser Broadcasting, San Francisco, CA, “Snipets.” KDKB Radio, Mesa, AZ, Outstanding Contributions to the Community It Serves Through Its Superior Overall Public Service Programming. Killian, Dr. James R., Boston, MA, a Personal Award. KMOX Radio, St. Louis, MO, “Sleeping Watchdogs.” Kuralt, Charles, CBS News, a Personal Award for “On the Road to ’76.” Laurie, Jim, NBC News, a Personal Award. NBC Television, “Weekend.” The Standard School Broadcast, San Francisco, CA, The Standard School Broadcast, “Forty-Seven Years of Continuous Educational Radio Service to Citizens of the Far West.” Voice of America, “The Battle of Lexington.” WAPA-TV, San Juan, PR, “Las Rosas Blancas.” WCBS Radio, New York, NY, “A Life to Share.” WCKT-TV, Miami, FL, for Compiling an Envious Record of Outstanding Investigative Reporting During 1975. WCVB-TV, Boston, MA, Overall Programming Excellence. Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, Inc. (Group W), “Call It Macaroni.” WFMT Radio, Chicago, IL, “Music in Chicago: Stravinsky ’75.” WGMS and WGMS-FM, Bethesda, MD, Overall Efforts to Provide Outstanding Radio Entertainment, “The Collector’s Shelf” and “200 Years of Music in America.” WMAL Radio, Washington, DC, Overall Excellence in the Radio Documentary as Exemplified by “Suffer the Little Children” and “The Legend of the Bermuda Triangle.” WSOU-FM, South Orange, NJ, “The Land of Poetry.” WTOP-TV, Washington, DC, Overall Public Service Effort with Particular Reference to “Harambee: For My People.” and “Everywoman: The Hidden World.” WWL-TV, New Orleans, LA, “A Sunday Journal.”

 

1976

ABC News, “Suddenly an Eagle.” ABC Sports, “1976 Winter Olympic Games in Innsbruck, Austria” and “1976 Summer Olympic Games in Montreal.” ABC Television, “Eleanor and Franklin.” ABC Television, “Animals.” Associated Press Radio, Washington, DC, “The Garden Plot: Food as a Weapon.” Barthold, Charles, WHP-TV, Des Moines, IA, a Personal Award for “The Jordan Tornado.” CBS News, “In the News.” CBS News, “In Celebration of Us.” CBS News, “60 Minutes.” Como, Perry, NBC Television, a Personal Award for “Perry Como’s Christmas in Austria.” Karayn, Jim, and the League of Women Voters, Washington, DC, “’76 Presidential Debates.” KCET/28, Los Angeles, CA, “Visions.” KERA-TV, Dallas, TX, “A Thirst in the Garden.” NBC Television, “Sybil.” Pearlman, Sy, NBC News, a Personal Award for “Weekend: The Sawyer Brothers.” Rudd, Hughes, and Bruce Morton, CBS News, “CBS Morning News,” Personal Awards. South Carolina Educational Radio Network, Columbia, SC, “American Popular Song with Alec Wilder and Friends.” Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, “The Adams Chronicles.” Tomorrow Entertainment, Inc., New York, NY, “Judge Horton and the Scottsboro Boys.” WBBM-TV, and Franklin McMahon, Chicago, IL, “Primary Colors, An Artist on the Campaign Trail.” WETA-TV, Washington, DC, “In Performance at Wolf Trap.” WETA-TV, New York, Thirteen/WNET, New York, and Bill Moyers, “A Conversation with Jimmy Carter.” WGIR AM/FM, Manchester, NH, “Flashback 1976.” WLBT-TV, Jackson, MS, “Power Politics in Mississippi.”

 

1977

ABC Television and David Wolper, “Roots.” ABC Television and Lorimar Productions, “Green Eyes” (An ABC Theatre Production). Allen, Steve, KCET-TV, Los Angeles, CA, a Personal Award for “Meeting of Minds.” Hume, Paul, WGMS Radio, Rockville, MD, a Personal Award for “A Variable Feast.” KABC-TV, Los Angeles, CA, “Police Accountability.” KCMO-TV, Kansas City, MO, “Where Have All the Flood Cars Gone?” KPFA-FM, Berkeley, CA, “Science Story.” KSJN Radio, St. Paul, MN, “The Prairie was Quiet.” Lear, Norman, a Personal Award for “All in the Family.” London Weekend Television, “Upstairs, Downstairs.” Metropolitan Opera Association, New York, NY, “Live from the Met.” MTM Enterprises, “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.” Multimedia Program Productions, Cincinnati, OH, “Joshua’s Confusion.” National Public Radio, “Crossroads, Sea Island Sketches.” NBC Television, “Tut: The Boy King.” NBC Television, Arthur Rankin, and Jules Bass, “The Hobbit.” Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, “A Good Dissonance Like a Man.” Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, “Police Tapes.” WBTV, Charlotte, NC, “The Rowe String Quartet Plays on Your Imagination.” WCBS-TV, New York, NY, “Camera Three.” WETA-TV, Arlington, VA, and Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, “MacNeil/Lehrer Report.” WHA Radio, Madison, WI, “Earplay.” WHLN Radio, Harlan, KY, Coverage of the April Flood. WNBC-TV, New York, NY, “F.I.N.D. Investigative Reports.” WNBC-TV, New York, NY, “Buyline: Betty Furness.” WPIX-TV, New York, NY, “The Lifer’s Group, I Am My Brother’s Keeper.” WXYZ Radio, Detroit, MI, “Winter’s Fear: The Children, The Killer, The Search.”

 

1978

  • ABC Television and Four D Productions/Trisene Corporation, “Barney Miller.”
  • Baptist Radio and TV Commission, Ft. Worth, TX, “A River to the Sea.”
  • CBS News, “The Battle for South Africa.”
  • CBS News, “30 Minutes.”
  • CBS Radio News, “CBS World News Roundup.”
  • CBS Television and MTM Productions, “Lou Grant.”
  • CBS Television and Tomorrow Entertainment/Medcom Company, “The Body Human: The Vital Connection.”
  • Henson Associates, New York, NY, “The Muppet Show.”
  • Keeshan, Bob, CBS Television, a Personal Award.
  • KGO-TV, San Francisco, CA, “Old Age: Do Not Go Gentle.”
  • KHET-TV, Honolulu, HI, “Damien.”
  • KQED-TV, San Francisco, CA, “Over Easy.”
  • Kuralt, Charles, CBS News, a Personal Award for “On the Road.”
  • National Public Radio, “Dialogues on a Tightrope: An Italian Mosaic.”
  • The National Radio Theatre of Chicago, “Chicago Radio Theatre.”
  • NBC Radio and the Jewish Theological Seminary, “The Eternal Light.”
  • NBC Radio Network, “Second Sunday.”
  • NBC Television and Survival Anglia Ltd./World Wildlife Fund, “Mysterious Castles of Clay.”

NBC Television and Titus Productions, “Holocaust.” Newsweek Broadcasting, New York, NY, “Cartoon-A-Torial.” Salant, Richard S., New York, NY, a Personal Award. WABE-FM, Atlanta, GA, “The Eyewitness Who Wasn’t.” WAVE-TV, Louisville, KY, “Whose Child is This?” WDVM-TV, Washington, DC, “Your Health and Your Wallet.” WDVM-TV, Washington, DC, “Race War in Rhodesia.” WENH-TV, Durham, NH, “Arts in New Hampshire.” WMUK Radio, Kalamazoo, MI, Live Radio Dramas. WOCB Radio, West Yarmouth, MA, “The Last Voyage of the ‘Cap’n Bill’.” WQED-TV, Pittsburgh, PA, “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.”

 

1979

ABC Television, “Valentine.” ABC Television, “Friendly Fire.” ABC Television, “A Special Gift” (An ABC Afterschool Special). Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, “The Longest Journey.” CBS Entertainment, “Dummy.” CBS News, “CBS News Sunday Morning.” CBS News, “The Boston Goes to China.” Children’s Radio Theatre, Washington, DC, “Henny Penny Playwrighting Contest.” Kaye, Sylvia Fine, Beverly Hills, CA, a Personal Award for “Musical Comedy Tonight.” KNXT-TV, Los Angeles, CA, “Down at the Dunbar.” KOOL-TV, Phoenix, AZ, “The Long Eyes of Kitt Peak.” KRON-TV, San Francisco, CA, “Politics of Prison.” KSJN and Minnesota Public Radio, St. Paul, MN, “The Way to 8-A.” KTVI-TV, St. Louis, MO, “The Adventures of Whistling Sam.” Mudd, Roger, CBS News, a Personal Award for “Teddy.” NBC Television, “When Hell was in Session.” NBC Television and the BBC, “Treasures of the British Crown.” Trout, Robert, ABC News, a Personal Award. WCBS Radio, New York, NY, “Follow That Cab: The Great Taxi Rip-off.” WGBH Radio, Boston, MA, “Currier Bell, Esquire.” WGBH Radio, Boston, MA, “World.” WMAQ-TV, Chicago, IL, “Strip and Search.” WTTW/Chicago Public Television, Chicago, IL, “Miles To Go Before We Sleep.”

 

1980

ABC Television, IBM Presents Baryshnikov on Broadway. ABC Television, “Amber Waves.” BBC Television, “All Creatures Great and Small.” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, “The Wonderful World of Science.” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, “Peniel.” CBS Entertainment, “Gideon’s Trumpet.” CBS Entertainment, “Playing for Time.” CBS News, “Universe.” Cronkite, Walter, CBS News, a Personal Award. Donahue, Phil, a Personal Award. Green, Elaine, WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH, a Personal Award for “The Hoskins Interview.” KCET-TV, Adrian Malone, and Dr. Carl Sagan, Los Angeles, CA, “Cosmos.” KQED-TV, San Francisco, CA, “Broken Arrow: Can a Nuclear Weapons Accident Happen Here?” KTEH-TV, Carol Mon Pere, and Sandra Nichols, San Jose, CA, “The Battle of Westlands.” KUED-TV, Salt Lake City, UT, and Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, “The MX Debate.” Maryland Instructional Television, Owings Mills, MD, “Terra: Our World.” Minnesota Public Radio, St. Paul, MN, “A Prairie Home Companion.” National Geographic Society and WQED-TV, Pittsburgh, PA, “The National Geographic Specials.” National Public Radio, “Jazz Alive!” NBC Radio, “The Hallelujah Caucus.” NBC Television and Paramount Television, “Shogun.” Nissenson, Mary, WTVJ-TV, Miami, FL, a Personal Award for “Poland: A Changing Nation.” O’Connor, Carroll, a Personal Award for “Edith’s Death” (“All in the Family”). Public Braodcasting Service and Robert Geller, “The American Short Story.” San Francisco Opera, The San Francisco Opera Radio Broadcasts. Taishoff, Sol, Washington, DC, a Personal Award. Terkel, Studs, WFMT Radio, Chicago, IL, a Personal Award. WNCN Radio, New York, NY, Overall Performance as Exemplified by “Conversations with Horowitz.”

 

1981

ABC News, “Viewpoint,” ”Nightline,” and “America Held Hostage: The Secret Negotiations.” ABC Television and T.A.T. Communications, “The Wave.” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, “Carl Sandburg at Connemara.” CBS Television and Alan Landsburg Productions, “Bill.” Eighth Decade Consortium (KOMO-TV, Seattle, KSTP-TV, Minneapolis/St. Paul, WCVB-TV, Boston, WJLA-TV, Washington, and WRAL-TV, Raleigh, NC), “Fed Up with Fear.” Home Box Office, New York, NY, and Ms. Magazine (First Cable Award), “She’s Nobody’s Baby: The History of American Women in the 20th Century.” KATU-TV, Portland, OR, Series of Significant Television Documentaries. Kaye, Danny, New York, NY, for “An Evening with Danny Kaye and The New York Philharmonic; Zubin Mehta, Music Director” and “Skokie.” KJRH-TV, Tulsa, OK, “Project: China.” KTEH-TV, San Jose, CA, “The Day After Trinity: J. Robert Oppenheimer and the Atomic Bomb.” Leonard, Bill, CBS Television, a Personal Award. National Radio Theatre, Chicago, IL, “The Odyssey of Homer.” NBC Television and MTM Enterprises, “Hill Street Blues.” Nebraska Educational Television Network and The Great Amwell Company, “The Private History of a Campaign That Failed.” Societe Radio-Canada, Montreal, Canada, “Klimbo: Le Lion Et La Souris” (The Lion and the Mouse). Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, and Public Broadcasting Service, “Dance in America: Nureyev and The Joffrey Ballet/In Tribute to Nijinsky.” Todd, Timothy and Susan, Middlebury, VT, “The Todd’s Teddy Bears Picnic.” WDVM-TV, John Goldsmith, Washington, DC, “Now That We’ve Got Your Interest.” WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, and Granada TV, London, “The Red Army.” WJR Radio, Detroit, MI, “Newsfile: A Bankrupt Court.” WLS-TV, Chicago, IL, “Eyewitness News.” WQDR-FM, Raleigh, NC, “Our Forgotten Warriors: Vietnam Veterans Face the Challenges of the ‘80s.” WSMV-TV, Nashville, TN, Series of Significant Television Documentaries.

 

1982

ABC News, “Vietnam Requiem.” BBC Television, Paramount Television, and Operation Prime Time, “Smiley’s People.” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, “Morningside/1905.” CBS Entertainment and Cinetex International, “The Wall.” CBS News, “Julliard and Beyond: A Life in Music.” Cooke, Alistair, a Personal Award. Daniel Wilson Productions and Taurus Films, “Blood and Honor: Youth Under Hitler.” KGMB-TV, Honolulu, HI, and Lee Productions, Inc., “Beyond the Great Wall: Journey to the End of China.” KOCO-TV, Oklahoma City, OK, “Oklahoma Shame.” KQED-TV, San Francisco, CA, “Current Affairs: The Case of Dashiell Hammett.” KYW-TV, Philadelphia, PA, “Sweet Nothing.” Metropolitan Opera Association, Texaco, Inc., and The Texaco Foundation, for Their Commitment to Both Radio and Television Presentations of Great Opera. Mutual Broadcasting System, “Larry King Show.” National Public Radio, “The Sunday Show.” National Public Radio, “Taylor Made Piano: A Jazz History.” NBC News, “The Man Who Shot the Pope: A Study in Terrorism.” NBC Radio News, “Banks on the Brink.” NBC Television and Highgate Pictures, “The Electric Grandmother.” NBC Television, Margie-Lee Enterprises, The Blue Marble Company, in association with ITC Productions, Inc., “Skeezer.” Radio Foundation, New York, NY, “The Bob and Ray Public Radio Show.” Television Corporation of America, Washington, DC, “784 Days That Changed America - From Watergate to Resignation.” WAGA-TV, Atlanta, GA, “Paradise Saved.” Warner Amex Satellite Entertainment Company, New York, NY, Nickelodeon.” WBBM-TV, Chicago, IL, “Killing Crime: A Police Cop-out.” WCVB-TV, Boston, MA, “Ground Zero: Victory Road.” WMAL Radio, Washington, DC, “They Served with Honor.” WQED-TV, Pittsburgh, PA, “Firebird.” WTSP-TV, St. Petersburg, FL, “Prisoners of the Harvest.” WWL-TV, New Orleans, LA, “Search for Alexander.”

 

1983

ABC Television and Dick Clark Productions, “The Woman Who Willed a Miracle.” Cable News Network (CNN), Atlanta, GA, for Significant News and Information Programming. CBS Entertainment and Mendelson-Melendez Productions, “What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown.” CBS Entertainment and Smith-Hemion Productions, “Romeo and Juliet on Ice.” CBS News, “The Plane That Fell From the Sky.” CBS News, “60 Minutes: Lenell Geter’s in Jail.” KCTS, Seattle, WA, “Diagnosis: AIDS.” KMOX Radio, St. Louis, MO, “Times Beach: Born 1925, Died 1983.” KRON-TV, San Francisco, CA, “Climate of Death.” Looker, Thomas, Montague, ME, “New England Almanac: Portraits in Sound of New England Life and Landscape.” McGannon, Don (Group W, Westinghouse Broadcasting Corp.), a Personal Award. NBC Television and Chrysalis-Yellen Productions, “Prisoner Without a Name, Cell Without a Number.” NBC Television and Edgar J. Scherick Associates, “He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin’.” NBC Television and Motown Productions, “Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever.” South Carolina Educational Radio Network, Columbia, SC, Marian McPartland’s “Piano Jazz.” Sunbow Productions, New York, NY, “The Great Space Coaster.” The Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, TN, an Institutional Award. WBBM-TV, Chicago, IL, “Studebaker: Less Than They Promised.” WBRZ-TV, Baton Rouge, LA, “Give Me That Bigtime Religion.” WCCO Radio, Minneapolis, MN, “Debbie Pielow: Waiting for a Heart That Never Came.” WCCO-TV, Minneapolis, MN, “I-Team: Ambulances.” WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, “Nova: The Miracle of Life.” WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, Central Independent Television, London, and Antenne-2, Paris, “Vietnam: A Television History.” WMAL Radio, Washington, DC, “The Jeffersonian World of Dumas Malone.” WNBC-TV, New York, NY, “Asylum in the Streets.” WRAL Radio, Raleigh, NC, “Victims.” WTBS-TV, Atlanta, GA, “Portrait of America.” WTTW-TV, Chicago, IL, “The Merry Widow.” WTTW-TV, Chicago, IL, and the BBC, London, “The Making of a Continent.”

 

1984

ABC News, “To Save Our Schools, To Save Our Children.” ABC News and Ted Koppel, “Nightline.” ABC Television, “Heartsounds.” Arledge, Roone, ABC Television, a Personal Award. Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, “Bradbury 13.” CBS Entertainment and the David Gerber Company, “George Washington.” Central Independent Television, London, UK, “Seeds of Despair.” Corporation for Entertainment and Learning, Inc./Bill Moyers, Washington, DC, “A Walk Through the 20th Century With Bill Moyers.” Frontline, Boston, MA, “Frontline.” Granada Television of England, London, UK, “The Jewel in the Crown.” KDFW-TV, Dallas, TX, “A Call for Help.” KFGO Radio, Fargo, ND, “24 Hour Blizzard Coverage.” KGW-TV, Portland, OR, “Rajneesh Update.” KNX NewsRadio, Los Angeles, CA, “The Immigration Problem.” MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour, “Essays by Roger Rosenblatt.” NBC Television and MTM Enterprises, “St. Elsewhere.” Protestant Radio and Television Center, Atlanta, GA, “The Protestant Hour.” Showtime, “Faerie Tale Theatre.” Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, “Heritage: Civilization and the Jews.” Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, “The Brain.” Turner Broadcasting System, Atlanta, GA, “Cousteau/Amazon.” WAFX Radio, Ft. Wayne, IN, “D-Day: 40 Years Later.” WCAX-TV, Burlington, VT, “Patterns of Practice.” WCCO-TV, Minneapolis, MN, “The Hollow Victory: Vietnam Under Communism.” WCVB-TV, Boston, MA, “Somerville High.” WDVM-TV, Washington, DC, “Investigation of Dr. Milan Vuitch.” WFMT Radio and Raymond Nordstrand, Chicago, IL, Fine Arts Radio Programming. WMAQ-TV, Chicago, IL, “Political Parasites.” WNYC Radio, New York, NY, “Small Things Considered.”

 

1985

Carson, Johnny, NBC Television, a Personal Award. CBS Entertainment and Dave Bell Productions, “Do You Remember Love?” CBS News, “The Number Man - Bach at Three Hundred.” CBS News, “Whose America Is It?” Central Independent Television, London, UK, and WETA-TV, Washington, DC, “The Skin Horse.” Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, New York, NY, “Seminars on Media and Society.” Fraiberg, Lawrence (Westinghouse Broadcasting Corp., Group W), a Personal Award. Frontline, Boston, MA, “Crisis in Central America.” Geldof, Bob, and Live Aid, a Personal Award. Home Box Office and Spinning Reels, “Braingames.” KDKA-TV, Pittsburgh, PA, “Second Chance.” KDTV-TV, San Francisco, CA, Coverage of the Mexican Earthquake. KGO-TV, San Francisco, CA, “The American West: Steinbeck Country.” Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York, NY, “Live From Lincoln Center.” MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour, New York, NY, “Apartheid’s People.” NBC News, “Vietnam Ten Years After.” NBC Television, “An Early Frost.” Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, and The Harvey Milk Film Project, Inc., “The Times of Harvey Milk.” TV Ontario, Ontario, Canada, “The Final Chapter?” Val Halteren, Marjorie, “Breakdown and Back.” WBBM-TV, Chicago, IL, “Armed and Dangerous.” WBUR-FM, Boston, MA, “Liberation Remembered.” WBZ-TV, Boston, MA, “Tender Places.” WCCO-TV, Minneapolis, MN, “I-Team: Home Health Care.” WGBH Radio, Boston, MA, Overall Programming and Its Leadership in State-of-the-Art Broadcasting. WHAS Radio, Louisville, KY, “Down and Outside: On the Streets of Louisville.” WSMV-TV, Nashville, TN, “A Higher Standard.”

 

1986

ABC News, “This Week with David Brinkley.” ABC Television Entertainment and Churchill Films, “The Mouse and the Motorcycle.” BBC, London, and MacNeil/Lehrer Productions, New York, NY, “The Story of English.” Bullitt, Mrs. Dorothy (King Broadcasting), Seattle, WA, a Personal Award. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, “Paris: From Oscar Wilde to Jim Morrison.” CBS Entertainment and Garner-Duchow Productions, “Promise.” CBS News, “Newsmark: Where in the World Are We?” CBS News, “Sunday Morning: Vladimir Horowitz.” CBS News, “CBS Reports: The Vanishing Family - Crisis in Black America.” Connecticut Public Radio, “One On One.” Fine Arts Society of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN, for Their Overall Programming. Henson, Jim, and The Muppets, New York, NY, a Personal Award. John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, “The 1986 Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts.” KPIX-TV, San Francisco, CA, “AIDS Lifeline.” NBC Radio News, Radio Coverage of the Attack on Tripoli, Libya. NBC Television, “The Cosby Show.” Thames Television International, London, UK, and D.L. Taffner, Ltd., New York, NY, “Unknown Chaplin.” WCCO-TV and WCCO Radio, Minneapolis, MN, “Project Lifesaver.” WCVB-TV, Boston, MA, “A World of Difference.” WFAA-TV, Dallas, TX, “S.M.U. Investigation.” WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, and Thames Television, London, UK, “Paradise Postponed.” WHAS Radio, Louisville, KY, “A Disaster Called Schizophrenia.” WQED-TV, Pittsburgh, PA, “Anne of Green Gables.” WQED-TV, Pittsburgh, and The National Geographic Society, Washington, DC, for The National Geographic Specials. WSB-TV, Atlanta, GA “The Boy King.” WTMJ-TV, Milwaukee, WI, “Who’s Behind the Wheel?”

 

1987

ABC News, “Earnest Will: Americans in the Gulf.” Blackside, Inc., Boston, MA, “Eyes On the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years.” Brownlow, Kevin, and David Gill, London, Personal Awards. Cable News Network (CNN), Atlanta, GA, Coverage of the Stock Market Crash. CBS Television and Hallmark Hall of Fame, “Foxfire” and “Pack of Lies.” The Center for New American Media, New York, NY, “American Tongues.” CKVU-TV, Vancouver, BC, Canada, “AIDS and You.” Haas, Karl, Cleveland, OH, a Personal Award. Home Box Office, “Mandela.” Home Box Office, “America Undercover: Drunk and Deadly.” KNBC-TV, Los Angeles, CA, “Some Place Like Home.” KPAL Radio, Little Rock, AR, for Overall Programming for Children. KQED-TV (in Association with El Teatro Campesino), San Francisco, CA, “Corridos! Tales of Passion and Revolution.” Long Bow Group, Inc., New York, NY, “Small Happiness: Women of a Chinese Village.” MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour, New York, NY, “Japan Series.” Mutual Broadcasting System, Arlington, VA, “Charities That Give and Take.” National Public Radio, Washington, DC, “Ryan Martin” as Presented on “Weekend Edition.” NBC Television, “L.A. Law.” NBC Television and Louis Rudolph Films, “LBJ: The Early Years.” Paramount Pictures Corporation, Los Angeles, CA, “Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Big Good-Bye.” Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, “Nature: A Season in the Sun.” Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, “Shoah.” WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH, “Drake Hospital Investigation.” WCVB-TV, Boston, MA, “Inside Bridgewater.” WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, and KCET-TV, Los Angeles, CA, “Nova: Spy Machines.” WRC-TV, Washington, DC, “Deadly Mistakes.” WSM Radio, Nashville, TN, “Of Violence and Victims.” WSMV-TV, Nashville, TN, “4 the Family” Project. WXXI-TV, Rochester, NY, “Safe Haven.”

 

1988

ABC Television and The Bedford Falls Company, in association with MGM/UA Television, “thirtysomething.” Annenberg, Ambassador Walter, Sunnyvale, CA, a Personal Award. BBC, London, and Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, “The Singing Detective.” BBC Radio (World Service for Africa), London, UK, “Nothing Political/Mandela at 70.” CBS Entertainment and Telecom Entertainment, in association with Yorkshire Television, “The Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank.” CBS News, “Mr. Snow Goes to Washington” as a part of “60 Minutes.” CBS News, “Abortion Battle” and “On Runaway Street” as a part of “48 Hours.” Children’s Television Workshop, New York, NY, “3-2-1 Contact Extra: I Have AIDS, A Teenager’s Story.” Chrisian Science Monitor Reports, New York, NY, “Islam in Turmoil.” Frontline, Boston, MA, and Time, Inc., New York, NY, “Frontline: The Choice.” Hewitt, Don, CBS Television, a Personal Award. Home Box Office, “Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam.” Home Box Office and Pro Image Productions, Sydney, Australia, “Suzi’s Story.” KCBS-TV, Los Angeles, CA, “MCA and the Mob.” KMOX Radio, St. Louis, MO, “Hate Crimes: America's Cancer.” KTAR Radio, Phoenix, AZ, “Impeachment of Evan Mecham.” MacNeil/Lehrer Productions, New York, NY, for The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour Election ’88 Coverage. McKay, Jim, ABC Sports, a Personal Award. National Public Radio, Washington, DC, “Cowboys on Everest.” NBC Television, “The Murder of Mary Phagan.” Public Affairs Television, Inc., New York, NY, “Bill Moyers’ World of Ideas.” South Carolina ETV Network, Columbia, SC, and The Mosaic Group, Inc., New York, NY, “Children’s Express Newsmagazine: Campaign ’88.” Turner Network Television, Atlanta, GA, “The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind.” WBRZ-TV, Baton Rouge, LA, “The Best Insurance Commissioner Money Can Buy.” WBUR-FM, Boston, MA, “Speaking for Everyman: Ian McKellen Celebrates Shakespeare’s Birthday.” WHAS Radio News, Louisville, KY, “A Matter of Time: The Crisis in Kentucky Corrections.” WJLA-TV, Washington, DC, for The Radon Watch Campaign. WPLG-TV, Miami, FL, “Caution: Precious Cargo.” WTTW-TV, Chicago, IL, and Chloe Productions, Inc., “…and the Pursuit of Happiness.”

 

1989

ABC Television, and Black/Marlens Company, in association with New World Television, The Wonder Years. ABC Television, Lou Rudolph Films, Motown Productions, Allarcom Ltd., and Fries Entertainment, Small Sacrifices. ABC Television, and Sacret, Inc., in association with Warner Bros. Television, China Beach: Vets. Beyond International Group, Sydney, Australia, The Great Wall of Iron. David Brinkley, ABC Television, a Personal Award. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Lost Innocence: The Children of World War II. CBS Radio News, China in Crisis. CBS Television, Motown-Pangaea Prodcutions, in association with Quintex Entertainment, Lonesome Dove. Central Independent Television, London, UK, Cambodia Year Ten. Cable News Network (CNN), Atlanta, GA, CNN’s Coverage of China. Children’s Television Workshop, New York, NY, Sesame Street. Film News Now, and WTVS, Detroit, MI, in association with P.O.V., New York, NY, Who Killed Vincent Chin? Home Box Office (HBO), New York, NY, Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt. KCBS-AM, San Francisco, CA, Earthquake ’89. KCNC-TV, Denver, CO, Yellowstone: Four Seasons After Fire. KGO-TV, San Francisco, CA, ’89 San Francisco Earthquake. KING-TV, Seattle, WA, Project Home Team. KRON-TV, San Francisco, CA, I Want to Go Home. Music Television (MTV), New York, NY, Decade. NBC News, NBC News Special: To Be an American. National Public Radio (NPR), Washington, DC, Scott Simon’s Radio Essays. Public Affairs Television and Alvin H. Perlmutter, Inc., New York, NY, The Public Mind. Roberts, D., Independent Producer, American Public Radio’s Soundprint Series, Mei: A Daughter’s Song. Leonard J. Reinsch, a Personal Award. Texaco and The Metropolitan Opera, Metropolitan Opera Saturday Afternoon Broadcasts. WCSC-TV, Charleston, SC, Hurricane Hugo Aftermath. WLOX-TV, Biloxi, MS, Did They Die in Vain?

 

1990

  • ABC News and Koppel Communications, New York, NY, The Koppel Report: Death of a Dictator.

ABC News/TIME, New York, NY, Peter Jennings Reporting: Guns. American Playhouse Series, New York, NY. Red Barber, a Personal Award. Blackside, Inc., Boston, MA, Eyes on the Prize II: America at the Racial Crossroads (1965-1985). Cable News Network, Atlanta, GA, for Its Coverage of the Persian Gulf War. CBS Music Video Enterprises and American Masters, in Association with Perry Films, John Hammond: From Bessie Smith to Bruce Springsteen. Connecticut Public Radio, New Haven, CT, The Schubert Theatre: 75 Years of Memories. FASE Productions (Foundation for Advancements in Science and Education), Los Angeles, CA, Futures. Paul Fine and Holly Fine, a Personal Award. Florentine Films and WETA-TV, Washington, DC, The Civil War. John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Chicago, IL, a Personal Award. KCTS-TV, Seattle, WA, and MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour, New York, NY, Backhauling. KPTV News, Portland, OR, Mount St. Helens: A Decade Later. Lynch/Frost Productions, in association with Propaganda Films and Worldvisions Enterprises, Inc., Twin Peaks, for the Premiere Episode. Worth McDougald, on the Occasion of His Retirement for Over Two Decades in Service to the Peabody Awards as Director. Mouchette Films/P.O.V., P.O.V.: Days of Waiting. Murray Street Enterprise, in association with KQED-FM, and distributed by NPR, New York, NY, Heat with John Hockenberry. National Public Radio, Washington, DC, for Manicu’s Story: The War in Mozambique. NBC Television, New York, NY, Saturday Night Live. The Southern Center for International Studies, Atlanta, GA. Think Entertainment as Presented on the Disney Channel, Mother Goose Rock‘n’Rhyme. Vermont Folklife Center, Middlebury, VT, Journey’s End: The Memories and Traditions of Daisy Turner and Family. Frederick Wiseman, a Personal Award. WKYC-TV, Cleveland, OH, Dick Feagler Commentaries. WXPN-FM, Philadelphia, PA, Kid’s Corner. Young Visions, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, and The Rotary Club of Los Altos, Rotary and AIDS: The Los Altos Story.

 

1991

ABC News (New York) and NHK (Japan), Pearl Harbor: Two Hours that Changed the World. Armed Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS), Mission, TX, on the Occasion of Its 50th Anniversary. Brand-Falsey Productions, Los Angeles, CA, I’ll Fly Away, NBC, and Northern Exposure, CBS. Cable News Network, Atlanta, GA, for Its Coverage of the Soviet Coup. Caedmon Audio (a division of HarperAudio, HarperCollins), New York, NY, for a Distinguished and Unmatched Record of Preserving Our Rich Oral Tradition in Poetry, Drama, and Spoken-word Performance. CBS News, New York, NY, 60 Minutes: Friendly Fire. CBS Sports, New York, NY, The Masters. CBS, New York, NY, and Shukovsky/English Productions, in association with Warner Bros., Burbank, CA, Murphy Brown. Central Independent Television, Nottingham, UK, Presented on WETA-TV (Washington, DC), Public Broadcasting System Version, Soviets: Red Hot. Peggy Charren, a Personal Award. The Discovery Channel, Bethesda, MD, People of the Forest: The Chimps of Gombe. Home Box Office, New York, NY, America Undercover: Heil Hitler! Confessions of a Hitler Youth. Home Box Office, New York, NY, and Black Canyon Productions, When it Was a Game. KARK-TV, Little Rock, AR, and the Arkansas Department of Health, Arkansas’ Timebomb: Teen Pregnancy. KCRW, Santa Monica, CA, Joe Frank: Work in Progress. KSTP-TV, St. Paul, MN, Who’s Watching the Store?. KTLA-TV, Los Angeles, CA, Rodney King: Videotaped Beating. Lucky Duck Productions for MTV Networks, New York, NY, Nickelodeon Special Edition: It’s Only Television. National Public Radio, New York, NY, Presented on NPR’s Horizons, The Case Against Women: Sexism in the Courts. National Public Radio, Washington, DC, The Coverage of the Judge Clarence Thomas Confirmation. NBC News, New York, NY, Brian Ross Reports on B.C.C.I. NBC Productions, Inc., New York, NY, Carson Productions, Burbank, CA, and Worldwide Pants, New York, NY, Late Night with David Letterman. Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, Dance in America: Everybody Dance Now. Turner Multimedia, Atlanta, GA, Coup D’Etat: The Week that Changed the World. WNCN-FM, New York, NY, New York City Musicbox. WRAL-TV, Raleigh, NC, WRAL Environmental Reporting. Zouk Productions, Philadelphia, PA, The Miles Davis Radio Report.

 

1992

  • ABC-TV and the Carsey-Werner Company, Roseanne.

BBC Radio, London, England, an Institutional Award. Cable News Network, Atlanta, GA, Larry King Live Election Coverage 1992. CBS-TV and Granada Television, London, UK, Age Seven in America. CBS-TV and Finnegan-Pinchuk Company, in association with Brand-Falsey Productions, Northern Exposure: Cicely. Canamedia Productions Ltd., and TV Ontario, Toronto, Canada, Threads of Hope. Capital Cities/ABC, Inc., ABC News Nightline Special: 72 Hours to Victory. Capital Cities/ABC, Inc., ABC News Nightline Special: Moment of Crisis, Anatomy of a Riot. Channel One/Whittle Communications, Los Angeles, AIDS. C-SPAN, Washington, DC, an Institutional Award. GPN/Nebraska ETV Network, Lincoln, NE, Reading Rainbow: The Wall. Home Box Office and Springcreek Productions, in association with Breakheart Films, Citizen Cohn. HKO Media, Inc., and WKBD-TV, Detroit, MI, Close to Home: The Tammy Boccomino Story. The Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, NM, and KNME-TV, Albuquerque, NM, Surviving Columbus. Isay, David, Independent Producer, American Folklife Radio Project. KFFA Radio, Helena, AR, King Biscuit Time. KIRO-TV, Seattle, WA, When the Salmon Runs Dry. KJLH Radio, Los Angeles, CA, Coverage of the Los Angeles Riots. KTTV-TV, Los Angeles, Gavel to Gavel Coverage of the Rodney King Trial. Maysles Films, Inc., New York, NY, and Home Box Office, Abortion: Desperate Choices. MTV Music Television, Choose or Lose. National Broadcasting Company, The More You Know. NBC-TV, and Castle Rock Entertainment, Seinfeld. National Public Radio, Prisoners in Bosnia, Sylvia Poggioli, Correspondent. Propaganda Films and Fox Broadcasting Company, Rock the Vote. Fred Rogers, a Personal Award. Daniel Schorr, a Personal Award. Signifyin’ Works, Berkeley, CA, and the Public Broadcasting Service, Color Adjustment. WBUR Radio, Boston, MA, and National Public Radio, Car Talk. WCVB-TV, Needham, MA, The Incredible Voyage of Bill Pinkney. WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, and the British Broadcasting Company, London, UK, The American Experience: The Donner Party. WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, The Health Quarterly: The AIDS Report Series. WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, the British Broadcasting Company, London, UK, and NDR, Hamburg, Germany, The Machine That Changed the World. WQED-TV, Pittsburgh, PA, and WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?. WTVJ-TV, Miami, FL, Hurricane Andrew: As It Happened.

 

1993

ABC Radio News, Washington, DC, Vietnam Women’s Memorial. ABC News Day One, New York, NY, Scarred for Life. A.M.L. for The Disney Channel, The Ernest Green Story. Christiane Amanpour, CNN Correspondent, a Personal Award. BBC Radio 4, London, UK, Document: The Unspeakable Atrocity. BBC-TV South, Bristol, UK, The Nineties: All Your Kisses are Mine. Best Brains, Inc., and HBO Downtown Productions for Comedy Central, Mystery Science Theater 3000. CBS, New York, NY, 60 Minutes: The CIA’s Cocaine. Churchill Entertainment, Los Angeles, CA, for Fox Children’s Network, Fox Children’s Network: 1993 Public Service Campaign. The Discovery Networks, Bethesda, MD, an Institutional Award. FASE Productions, Los Angeles, CA, Good Morning, Miss Toliver. Granada Television of England, London, UK, in association with WGBH/Boston, Mystery! Prime Suspect. Paul Harvey, a Personal Award. Home Box Office and Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, The Larry Sanders Show. Home Box Office and Video Verite Films, New York, NY, I Am a Promise: The Children of Stanton Elementary School. National Public Radio, Washington, DC, Health Reform Coverage 1993. NBC and Baltimore Pictures, in association with Reeves Entertainment, Homicide: Life on the Street. NBC News, New York, NY, Health and Science Reporting by Robert Bazell. P.O.V./Silverlake Productions, New York, NY, Silverlake Life: The View From Here. Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, MTM Enterprises, Inc., in association with EuroArts/Brilliant Media, American Masters: Paul Simon - Born at the Right Time. Warner Bros. Animation and Amblin Entertainment for Fox Children’s Network, Los Angeles, CA, Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs. WBZ Radio, Boston, MA, Kid Company. WCVB-TV, Boston, MA, Chuck Kraemer Reporting. WKRN-TV, Nashville, TN, Under the Influence. WTTW-TV, Chicago, IL, and Kurtis Productions, Ltd., The New Explorers. WHYY Radio, Philadelphia, PA, distributed by National Public Radio, Fresh Air with Terry Gross. WVTM-TV, Birmingham, AL, Angels of Change. WWL-TV, New Orleans, LA, Facing Reality: Politics, Drugs and Waste. Yorkshire Television, Yorkshire, UK, Katie and Eilish: Siamese Twins.

 

1994

ABC News 20/20, New York, NY, The Hunger Inside. ABC News PrimeTime Live, New York, NY, Rush to Read. American Playhouse, KQED/San Francisco, a Propaganda/Working Title Production for Channel 4, London, UK, Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City. Arnold Shapiro Productions and USAA, Santa Monica, CA, presented by CBS, Break the Silence: Kids Against Child Abuse. Case TV Productions to Channel 4, London, UK, Fourways Farm. CBS News, New York, NY, CBS Reports: D-Day. Discovery Communications, Bethesda, MD, and KOCH-TV, Normandy: The Great Crusade. KGAN-TV, Cedar Rapids, IA, Sewer Solvent Scandal. J.E.G. Productions, Inc., presented on Home Box Office, Barbra Streisand the Concert. KGO-TV, San Francisco, CA, Rwanda. KSBW-TV, Salinas, CA, Just Because: Tales of Violence, Dreams of Peace. National Film Board of Canada, presented on TV/Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Fat Chance. National Public Radio and the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, Wade in the Water: African American Sacred Music Traditions. KSEE-TV, Fresno, CA, The Atomic Bombshell. Lichtenstein Creative Media, New York, NY, Schizophrenia: Voices of an Illness. National Public Radio, Washington, DC, Tobacco Stories. MTV Networks, New York, NY, MTV Unplugged. National Geographic Television, Washington, DC, for the Public Broadcasting Service, Reflections of Elephants. NBC, Constant c Productions and Amblin Television, in association with Warner Bros. Television, ER. NBC, Grub Street Productions, in association with Paramount Television, Frasier. NBC, In Front Productions, and Nuance Productions, in association with TriStar Television, Inc., Mad About You. Nickelodeon and Lucky Duck Productions, New York, NY, Nick News. Turner Original Productions/Varied Directions for Turner Entertainment Networks, Atlanta, GA, Moon Shot. WETA, Washington, DC, and Channel 4, London, UK, a River Films Production and Phil Agland Production for National Geographic Television and Coral Plus, China: Beyond the Clouds. WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, and David Grubin Productions for The American Experience: FDR. WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, and the Lennon Documentary Group for The American Experience: The Battle of the Bulge. WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, and ROJA, Inc., for The American Experience: Malcolm X: Make It Plain. WRKS-FM, New York, NY, The Rise and Fall of Vee-Jay. WTLV-TV, Jacksonville, FL, Buddy Check 12. WVXU-FM, Cincinnati, OH, D-Day + 50 Years. WXXI-FM, Rochester, NY, Fascinatin’ Rhythm.

 

1995

  • Aardman Animations, in association with Wallace & Gromit Ltd., BBC Children’s International, BBC Bristol, and BBC Lionheart, Wallace and Gromit.

ABC News 20/20, New York, NY, The Journey of Christopher Reeve. ABC News 20/20, New York, NY, Truth on Trial. ABC News, New York, NY, Peter Jennings Reporting: Hiroshima - Why the Bomb was Dropped. Oscar Brand, a Personal Award. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Kevin’s Sentence. CBS, Craig Anderson Productions, Inc., in association with Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions, Inc., August Wilson’s ‘The Piano Lesson’. CBS News, New York, NY, for Coverage of the Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin. CBS News, New York, NY, CBS Reports: In the Killing Fields of America. DeepFocus Productions, Los Angeles, CA, presented on PBS, Coming Out Under Fire. Discovery Channel, Bethesda, MD, Brian Lapping Associates for BBC London, England, Yugoslavia: Death of a Nation. Frontline/WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, Frontline: Waco - The Inside Story. HBO Pictures Presentation of a Price Entertainment Production, Home Box Office, New York, NY, The Tuskegee Airmen. Kartemquin Educational Films and KTCA-TV, St. Paul, MN, presented on PBS, Hoop Dreams. KFOR-TV, KOCO-TV, and KWTV-TV, Oklahoma City, OK, for Coverage of the Murrah Building Bombing. Lauderdale Production for Channel 4, London, UK, and Cinemax, New York, NY, The Dying Rooms. Les Productions Tele-Action, Inc., in association with the National Film Board of Canada, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and Telefilm Canada, presented on the Arts & Entertainment Television Network, New York, NY, The Boys of St. Vincent. Minnesota Public Radio, St. Paul, MN, St. Paul Sunday. National Public Radio, Washington, DC, and Sony Classical Film and Video for PBS, Wynton Marsalis: Making the Music/Marsalis on Music. NBC, Baltimore Pictures, Reeves Entertainment SL/TMF Productions, in association with NBC Productions, Homicide: Life on the Street. NBC, Barwood Films Ltd., Story Line Productions, Inc., and Trillium Productions, Inc., in association with TriStar Television, Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story. P.O.V./Deborah Hoffman, New York, NY, presented on PBS, Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter. Public Policy Productions, Inc., in association with Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, presented on PBS, Road Scholar. Television Broadcasts Ltd., Kowloon, Hong Kong, 50 Years After the War. The Producer’s Films for Channel 4, London, UK, The Politician’s Wife. Turner Original Productions and BBC Natural History, London, UK, The Private Life of Plants. Turner Original Productions, Tollin/Robbins, and Mundy Lane, in association with Television Production Partners, Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream. WCBS-TV, New York, NY, New York City School Corruption. WFAA-TV, Dallas, TX, The Peavy Investigation. WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, and BBC, Bristol, UK, Rock & Roll. Oprah Winfrey, a Personal Award. WJR Radio, Detroit, MI, Blind Justice: Who Killed Janie Fray” WXYZ-TV, Detroit, MI, Target Seven: Armed and Angry.

 

1996

  • ABC, Steven Bochco Productions, NYPD Blue.

ABC, Tomlin and Wagner Theatricalz, Kurta & Friends, Los Angeles, CA, Edith Ann’s Christmas. A & E Television Networks, and BBC, London, UK, Pride and Prejudice. American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC, Kinetic City Super Crew. BBC News, London, UK, Newsnight - Afghanistan. BBC, London, UK, and WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, Mobil Masterpiece Theatre’s House of Cards, To Play the King, and The Final Cut. BBC, London, UK, and WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, People’s Century. Carlton Television for Channel 4, London, UK, Wise Up. Center for New American Media, Midnight Films, and WETA-TV, Washington, DC, Vote for Me: Politics in America. Fox, Gracie Films, Los Angeles, CA, in association with Twentieth Century Fox Television, The Simpsons. Fox, Ten Thirteen Productions, in association with Twentieth Television, The X-Files. Frontline/WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, and Helen Whitney Productions, Frontline: The Choice 96. Bud Greenspan, a Personal Award. Peter Gzowski, CBC Radio, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, a Personal Award. Home Box Office, New York, NY, How Do You Spell God? Home Box Office, Creative Thinking International Ltd., New York, NY, Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills. Home Box Office Sports, New York, NY, Journey of the African-American Athlete. KCET-TV, Los Angeles, CA, and BBC, London, UK, The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century. KOMO-TV, Seattle, WA, for excellence in local television programming as represented by War on Children, Earth Agenda: Power of Bears, The Return of the Eagle, and Lolita: Spirit in the Water. Long Bow Group, Inc., and Independent Television Service for Frontline/WGBH- TV, Boston, MA, The Gate of Heavenly Peace. NBC, Wolf Films, in association with Universal Television, Law & Order. NOVA/WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, Swedish Television/SVT1, Bo G Erikson Productions, and Wannagard AB, Odyssey of Life. Radio Smithsonian, Washington, DC, for Public Radio International, Black Radio: Telling It Like It Was. Sound Portrait Productions, New York, NY, for National Public Radio, Remorse: The 14 Stories of Eric Morse. Telling Pictures, Home Box Office, Channel 4, London, UK, and ZDF-Arté (Germany/France), The Celluloid Closet. The American Experience and Lennon Documentary Group/WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, The American Experience: The Battle Over Citizen Kane. Turner Entertainment Group, Atlanta, GA, and Steven Spielberg, in association with Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Survivors of the Holocaust. WBEZ-FM, Chicago, IL, This American Life. WCCO-TV, Minneapolis, MN, One to One: Mentoring. WCVB-TV, Boston, MA, Who’s Guarding the Guardians? WNBC-TV, New York, NY, Passport to Kill.

 

1997

  • ABC, The Black/Marlens Company, in association with Touchstone Television, Ellen: The Puppy Episode.

ABC, Sarabande Productions, in association with 20th Century Fox Television, Nothing Sacred. ABC News/Nightline, The Trial of Pol Pot. Barraclough Carey Production for Channel 4, London, UK, and the History Channel, New York, NY, Hello Mr. President. BBC, London, UK, The Nazis: A Warning from History. Big Feats! Entertainment, an entertainment unit of Lyrick Studios for PBS, Wishbone. CBS, New York, NY, CBS News: 60 Minutes. CBS, New York, NY, CBS News Sunday Morning. EuroArts Entertainment, OHG & SDR arte, in association with Bravo and Danmarks Radio, Blue Note: A History of Modern Jazz. FASE Productions, Los Angeles, CA, for PBS, The Eddie Files. Florentine Films/Hott Productions and WETA-TV, Washington, DC, Divided Highways: The Interstates and the Transformation of American Life. Focus on the Family, Colorado Springs, CO, Dietrich Bonhoeffer: The Cost of Freedom. HBO Pictures and the Thomas Carter Company, Don King: Only in America. Home Box Office and Carlton Television, in association with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Body Doubles: The Twin Experience. KFGO, Fargo, ND, Flood of the Century. KGO Radio, San Francisco, CA, State Farm: Good Neighbor or Bad Faith?. KQED-TV, San Francisco, CA, The Castro. KTCA Twin Cities Public Television, St. Paul, MN, in association with Middlemarch Films, Liberty! The American Revolution. Les Films d’Ici, La Sept-Cinema, Centre European Cinematographique RhoneAlpes, presented on Bravo/The Independent Film Channel, In the Land of the Deaf. Carol Marin, a Personal Award. Murray Street Enterprise, New York, NY, and Jazz at Lincoln Center for National Public Radio, Jazz from Lincoln Center. NBC, Fatima Productions, New York, NY, Homicide: Life on the Street. New England Cable News, Newton, MA, Look for Me Here: 299 Days in the Life of Nora Lenihan. Nickelodeon, New York, NY, 1997 The Big Help. P.O.V./The American Documentary, a co-presentation with the Independent Television Service, A Healthy Baby Girl. Southern Regional Council, Atlanta, GA, Will the Circle Be Unbroken?. The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, Richard Rodriquez Essays. Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, City Arts. TNT, a Mark Carliner Production, George Wallace. R.E. (Ted) Turner, a Personal Award. WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, The American Experience: The Presidents. WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, The American Experience: Troublesome Creek - A Midwestern. WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, and BBC, London, UK, Mobil Masterpiece Theatre: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. WRAL-TV, Raleigh, NC, Military Medicine.

 

1998

ABC and David E. Kelley Productions, The Practice. ABC and Steven Bochco Productions, NYPD Blue: Raging Bulls. Amanpour, Christiane, for International Reporting on Cable News Network and CBS News: 60 Minutes. American Experience and The American History Project/Out of the Blue Productions, Inc., and WGBH Educational Foundation, The American Experience: Riding the Rails. American Experience, David Grubin Productions, Inc., and WGBH Educational Foundation, The American Experience: America 1900. BBC, London, UK, and The Learning Channel, The Human Body. BBC News, London, UK, and WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, presented on PBS, When Good Men Do Nothing. CBS News, New York, NY, presented on Public Eye with Bryant Gumbel, The Reckoning. Chestermead Production for the BBC, London, UK, and WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, presented on PBS, Mobil Masterpiece Theatre: King Lear. CNN Productions, Atlanta, GA, and Jeremy Isaacs Productions, Cold War. Comedy Central, Tom Snyder Productions, Inc., and Popular Arts Entertainment, in association with HBO Downtown Productions, Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist. Ellerbee, Linda, host of Nick News, a Personal Award. Florentine Films and WETA-TV, Washington, DC, presented on PBS, Frank Lloyd Wright. FOX and David E. Kelley Productions, Ally McBeal. Robert Halmi, Sr., a Personal Award. Home Box Office, New York, NY, Alliance Communications/Company Pictures, Transatlantic Media Associates, in association with the BBC, Shot Through the Heart. Home Box Office and Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, The Larry Sanders Show: Flip. Home Box Office, New York, NY, HBO Sports Documentaries. ITVS and City People Productions, presented on PBS, Travis. KRON-TV, San Francisco, CA, About Race. KTVX-TV, Salt Lake City, UT, The Olympic Bribery Scandal. National Public Radio, Washington, DC, and Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Coverage of Africa. National Public Radio, Washington, DC, I Must Keep Fightin’: The Art of Paul Robeson. National Public Radio, Washington, DC, Performance Today. NBC News, New York, NY, Dateline NBC: Checks and Balances. Showtime Networks, Inc., Pacific Motion Pictures, and Egg Pictures, The Baby Dance. Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, Florentine Films, and Sherman Pictures, presented on PBS, American Masters: Alexander Calder. TVC and Channel 4, London, UK, The Bear. Jac Venza, a Personal Award. WANE-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN, Christopher. WGBH/Frontline, Washington Media Associates, and Public Affairs Television, presented on PBS, Frontline: Washington’s Other Scandal. WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, presented on PBS, Africans in America: America's Journey Through Slavery. WHAS Radio, Louisville, KY, Sisterhood of Hope.

 

1999

ABC News, New York, NY, “ABC 2000.” (also known as “ABC 2000 Today.”) ABC News, New York, NY, ABC News 20/20: Those Were Our Children. ABC, Storyline Entertainment, Columbia TriStar Television, Inc., and Chris Montan Productions, in association with Walt Disney Television, Annie. BBC, London, UK, in association with PBS, The Life of Birds by David Attenborough. BBC News, London, UK, Murder in Purdah. Blackside, Inc., in association with Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, presented on PBS, I’ll Make Me a World: A Century of African-American Arts. Brook Lapping Productions for Channel 4, London, UK, and presented on PBS by The American Experience, WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, Playing the China Card (Nixon’s China Game). C-SPAN, Washington, DC, American Presidents: Life Portraits. CBS News, New York, NY, and Bob Simon, for International Reporting for CBS News. CBS, Televest, Columbia TriStar Television, in association with Cosby & James Productions, Having Our Say: The Delaney Sisters’ First 100 Years. ESPN, Bristol, CT, ESPN SportsCentury. Florentine Films, in association with WETA-TV, Washington, DC, presented on PBS, Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. Frontline co-production with 10/20 Productions, presented on PBS, Frontline: The Lost Children of Rockdale County. GMA Network, Manila, Philippines, an Institutional Award for Investigative Reporting. Home Box Office, New York, NY, Goodnight Moon & Other Sleepytime Tales. Home Box Office and Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, The Sopranos. Home Box Office and A Spanky Pictures Production, in association with Ellen M. Krass Productions, A Lesson Before Dying. Home Box Office Sports, New York, NY, Dare to Compete: The Struggle of Women in Sports. Home Box Office Sports, New York, NY, in association with Black Canyon Productions, Fists of Freedom: The Story of the ’68 Summer Games. Mentorn Barraclough Carey Production for Channel 4, London, UK, The Valley. MTV Networks, New York, NY, BIOrhythm. National Public Radio, Washington, DC, Morning Edition with Bob Edwards. National Public Radio, Washington, DC, and The Kitchen Sisters, Lost & Found Sound. NBC and John Wells Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television, The West Wing. Sheila Nevins, Home Box Office, a Personal Award. Public Affairs Television, presented on PBS by Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, Facing the Truth with Bill Moyers. Riverside Films, New York, NY, presented on PBS, Arguing the World. Showtime and Haft Entertainment, Strange Justice. Smithsonian Productions, produced by Ostroushko Productions, presented on Public Radio International, Minneapolis, MN, The Mississippi: River of Song. Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, City Life. TWI/Carlton co-production for ITV, London, UK, and The History Channel, New York, NY, The Second World War in Colour (History Alive: World War II in Color). VH1 Public Affairs and MTV Networks, New York, NY, VH1 Save the Music Campaign. WAGA-TV, Atlanta, GA, Singled Out. Wall to Wall Television Ltd., BBC, and Carlton Television, presented on PBS by WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre: A Rather English Marriage. WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH, Stadium Investigation. Yorkshire Television Production, presented on PBS by WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre: Lost for Words.

 

2000

  • A & E Network, New York, NY, and Columbia TriStar Television Productions, in association with Chris/Rose Productions, Inc., The Crossing.

BBC America and WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, presented on PBS, ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre: David Copperfield. BBC Discovery Channel, TV Asahi co-production, in association with ProSieben and France3, Walking with Dinosaurs. Blown Deadline Productions, Knee Deep Productions, and Home Box Office, Los Angeles, CA, The Corner. CBS News, New York, NY, 48 Hours: Heroes Under Fire. CBS News, New York, NY, 60 Minutes II: Death by Denial. CNN Productions, Atlanta, GA, Insight Television, and Channel 4 International, London, UK, CNN Perspectives: Cry Freetown. Couric, Katie, and NBC News, New York, NY, [[Katie Couric: Confronting Colon Cancer]], a Personal Award. David Grubin Productions, Inc. and Devillier Donegan Enterprises, presented on PBS, Napoleon. FOX, Satin City, and Regency Television, Malcolm in the Middle. H. Martin Haag a Personal Award. Heartlove Productions, Inc., Lovett Productions, Inc., and Home Box Office, Cancer: Evolution to Revolution. Home Box Office, Los Angeles, CA, Whiteford-Hadary, University of Maryland, and Tapestry International, King Gimp. Home Box Office, New York, NY, Chase Films, and Brad Grey Television, The Sopranos. Home Box Office Sports, Ali-Frazier 1: One Nation…Divisible. Idaho Public Television, Boise, ID, and Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, Hearts and Minds: Teens and Mental Illness. KBS Chong-Ju, Seoul, Korea, An Eighty-Four Year Old Youngful Man Lives in the Cabin. KHOU-TV, Houston, TX, Treading on Danger. Learning Matters, Inc. and The Merrow Report, presented on PBS, School Sleuth: The Case of an Excellent School. Mad Cow Productions, Inc., in association with Comedy Central, New York, NY, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Indecision 2000. Marketplace Productions/Minnesota Public Radio, in association with the University of Southern California, presented on Public Radio International, Marketplace. National Public Radio, Washington, DC, The NPR 100. NBC, John Wells Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television, The West Wing. NBC News, New York, NY, Dateline NBC: The Paper Chase. P.O.V./American Documentary, Inc., National Asian American Telecommunications Association, and Sun Fountain Productions, Regret to Inform. Robert Greenwald Productions, Inc., distributed by Pearson Television International, presented on CBS, Sharing the Secret. Sound Portraits Productions, New York, NY, presented on National Public Radio, Witness to an Execution. Tiger Aspect Production for NVC Arts and Channel 4, London, UK, Howard Goodall’s Big Bangs. True Vision Productions Ltd. for Channel 4 Television, London, UK, in association with Home Box Office, Slavery. Wall to Wall Television Production for Channel 4, London, UK, in association with Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, presented on PBS, 1900 House WGBH-TV, Boston, MA, and Cinar Corporation, presented on PBS, Arthur. WGBH-TV Science Unit and Production Group, Inc. co-production, presented on PBS, Building Big. WGBH/Frontline co-production with Rain Media, Inc., and Cam Bay Productions, presented on PBS, Frontline: Drug Wars. WJXT-TV, Jacksonville, FL, Behind Closed Doors.

 

2001

  • 40 Acres and A Mule Filmworks, Luna Ray Films, Black Starz!, KQED, PBS and Black Heritage Network, A Huey P. Newton Story.
  • ABC News, New York, NY, ABC News Coverage of September 11, 2001.
  • ABC News, New York, NY, Nightline, an Institutional Award.
  • Avenue Pictures, in association with HBO Films, Wit.
  • Band of Brothers Ltd., on behalf of DreamWorks and Playtone, presented on HBO, Band of Brothers.
  • Brook Lapping Productions for BBC2, in association with WGBH/Boston, RTE (Ireland), La Sept ARTE (France and Germany), SBS (Australia), and YLE (Finland), Endgame in Ireland.
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, A Murder in the Neighbourhood.
  • Carlton Production, in association with The Learning Channel, for Channel 4 Television, London, UK, Hell in the Pacific.
  • CBS News, New York, NY, 60 Minutes II: Memories of a Massacre.
  • Ciesla Foundation and Cinemax, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg.
  • Hardcash Productions, Channel 4, London, UK, and CNN Productions, Atlanta, GA, [[CNN Presents: Beneath the Veil and Unholy War]].
  • HBO Films, produced in association with the British Broadcasting Corporation, London, UK, Conspiracy.
  • Independent Television Service (ITVS), Paul & Sandra Fierlinger, and AR&T Associates, Inc., Still Life with Animated Dogs.
  • John Wells Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television, presented on NBC, Third Watch: In Their Own Words.
  • National Film Board of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, My Father’s Camera.
  • National Public Radio, Washington, DC, Jazz Profiles.
  • National Public Radio, Washington, DC, National Public Radio Coverage of September 11, 2001.
  • Nickelodeon, New York, NY, Blue’s Clues.
  • Nickelodeon, New York, NY, Little Bill.
  • Norman Twain Productions, with Shelby Stone Productions, in association with HBO films, Boycott.
  • Peter Rosen Productions, Inc., KERA-TV, Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX, and the Van Cliburn Foundation, presented on PBS, The Cliburn: Playing on the Edge.
  • Showtime, An Echo Lake Productions/Sidekick Entertainment Productions, Things Behind the Sun.
  • Slow Motion Ltd. production for the BBC, London, UK, presented on PBS by WGBH/Boston, ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre: Talking Heads II - Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet.
  • SoundVision Productions, presented on National Public Radio, Washington, DC, The DNA Files.
  • Survival Anglia Ltd., UK, Mzima - Haunt of the Riverhorse.
  • Teachers Documentary Project, presented on PBS, The First Year.
  • Television Broadcasts Limited, Hong Kong, SAR, People’s Republic of China, WTO Challenge.
  • Tenth Planet Productions and the U.S. Broadcast and Cable Networks, America: A Tribute to Heroes.
  • Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, presented on PBS, American Masters: F. Scott Fitzgerald: Winter Dreams.
  • Touchstone Television, presented on ABC, Anne Frank.
  • WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH, Visions of Vine Street.
  • WGBH, Boston, MA, an Institutional Award.
  • Wilmore Films, Regency Television, and 20th Century Fox Television, The Bernie Mac Show.
  • Youth Radio, Berkeley, CA, an Institutional Award.
 

2002

ABC News, New York, NY, Nightline: Heart of Darkness. ABC News, New York, NY, Nightline: The Survivors. ALT Films, in association with Paramount for WGBH/Boston, presented on PBS, ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre’s American Collection: Almost A Woman. BBC Radio 4, London, UK, File On 4: Export Controls. Blue Angel Films, Ltd., and Tyrone Productions for Thirteen/WNET, New York, Stage on Screen: Beckett on Film. CBS, 9/11. CNN, Terror on Tape. Court TV, JB Media, and Hearst Entertainment, The Interrogation of Michael Crowe. David E. Kelley Productions, in association with 20th Century Fox Television, Boston Public: ‘Chapter Thirty-Seven.’ ESPN, Bristol, CT, and Lake Champlain Productions, The Complete Angler. Fuji Television Network, Inc., Tokyo, Japan, The Hepatitis C Epidemic: A 15-Year Government Cover-up. Greenblatt/Janollari Studios and Actual Size Films, Inc., in association with HBO Original Programming, Six Feet Under. HBO and Simmons/Lathan TV, Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry. Kitchen Sisters and the Sonic Memorial Collaboration, in collaboration with Picture Projects and dotsperinch, in association with NPR, WNYC, Ben Shapiro Productions, Jamie York Productions, Jay Allison Productions, Radio Diaries and the Public Radio Collaboration, The Sonic Memorial Project and SonicMemorial.org. KPRC-TV, Houston, Texas, DNA Protects Men of Dishonor. London Weekend Television Production for WGBH/Boston, in association with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, presented on PBS, ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre: Othello. NBC Studios, in association with DreamWorks Television Inc., and Nemo Films, Boomtown. Nebraska ETV Network for American Experience, a production of WGBH/Boston, presented on PBS, American Experience: Monkey Trial. Public Television Service Foundation, Taipei, Taiwan, How High is the Mountain. Quest Productions and Video Line Productions for Thirteen/WNET, New York, presented on PBS, The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow. Scott Free Productions, in association with HBO Films and BBC Films, The Gathering Storm. SET Productions and C-Films Productions for WGBH/Boston, in association with France2, Abu Dhabi Television, and Tel-Ad Israel, presented on PBS, Frontline: Shattered Dreams of Peace, The Road From Oslo. Showtime Networks Inc., in association with Viacom Productions Inc., and A Jersey Guys Production, Bang Bang You’re Dead. Sound Portraits Productions, presented on National Public Radio, Yiddish Radio Project. Talkback Productions for BBC America via BBC Films and Single Drama, Almost Strangers. Thirteen/WNET, New York, NY, presented on PBS, EGG the Arts Show. Turner Network Television, Rosemont Productions International Ltd., Angel Brown Productions, in association with Spirit Dance Productions, Door to Door. WBEZ-FM, Chicago Public Radio, Stories of Home. WFAA-TV, Dallas, Texas, Fake Drugs, Real Lives. WISN-TV, Milwaukee, WI, Sounding the Alarm. York Zimmerman Inc., in association with WETA-TV, Washington, D.C., presented on PBS, Bringing Down a Dictator.

 

2003

Atlantic Public Media, “Transom.org.” A Bachrach/Gottlieb Production, presented on Showtime, “Soldier’s Girl.” BBC, presented on BBC America, “The Office.” A BBC Correspondent Production, presented on BBC2, “Israel’s Secret Weapon.” Blown Deadline Productions, in association with HBO Original Programming, “The Wire.” CBS News, New York, “60 Minutes: All in the Family.” Christian Frei Filmproductions, in association with Swiss National Television and Suissimage, Cinemax, presented on HBO, “War Photographer.” Down to Earth Productions, presented on WEKU-FM, Richmond, Kentucky, “Sisters in Pain.” A Firelight Media production for American Experience, WGBH-TV, Boston, presented on PBS, “American Experience: The Murder of Emmett Till.” A Frontline co-production with The New York Times and The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for WGBH-TV, presented on PBS, “Frontline: A Dangerous Business.” The Irish Film Board, produced in association with NPS & COBO, RTE, BBC, ZDF/ARTE, and YLE, presented on ARTE, “Chavez: Inside the Coup.” KHOU-TV, Houston, Texas, “Evidence of Errors.” KMGH-TV, Denver, Colorado, “Honor and Betrayal: Scandal at the Academy.” A KRON-TV production, Young Broadcasting Co., “Students Rising Above.” Minnesota Public Radio, in association with the San Francisco Symphony, “American Mavericks.” Bill Moyers, a Personal Award. NBC News, New York, “A Question of Fairness.” The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, MacNeil/Lehrer Productions, “Jobless Recovery: Non-Working Numbers.” NOVA/WGBH, Channel 4, in association with David Hickman Films, Sveriges Television and Norddeutscher Rundfunk, presented on PBS, “NOVA: The Elegant Universe with Brian Greene.” P.O.V./American Documentary, Inc., Independent Television Service (ITVS), National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC), presented on PBS, “P.O.V.: Two Towns of Jasper.” P.O.V./American Documentary, Inc., Independent Television Service (ITVS), Zula Pearl Films, The National Black Programming Consortium (NPBC), presented on PBS, “P.O.V.: Flag Wars.” Thirteen/WNET, New York, co-produced with Idéale Audience, Scorer Associates, Ltd., BBC, ARTE France, Opéra National de Paris and NHK, with the participation of Musee d’Orsay, AVRO, SVT, ORF and BR, presented on PBS, “Great Performances: Degas and the Dance.” TV Asahi, Tokyo, Japan, “Mother Flew Away as a Kite.” A TV2 Denmark Production, Cinemax, HBO, BBC, presented on Cinemax, “To Live is Better Than to Die.” The University of Memphis, presented on Arkansas Educational Television Network, and WKNO-TV, Memphis, Tennessee, “Hoxie: The First Stand.” Viacom and The Kaiser Family Foundation, MTV: Music Television, Noggin/The N, Dancing Toad Productions, “Know HIV/AIDS and Fight For Your Rights: Protect Yourself Campaigns.” Viacom International, Inc., produced in association with Mango Network, Nickelodeon, and MTV, presented on Nickelodeon, “Dora the Explorer.” WCNC-TV, Charlotte, North Carolina, “Medicaid Dental Centers Investigation.” WESH-TV, Central Florida, and the Orlando Sentinel, “Building Homes: Building Problems.”

 

2004

  • On the Media, WNYC Radio, New York, National Public Radio.
  • Studio 360 American Icons: Melville's Moby Dick, WNYC Radio, New York, Public Radio International.
  • The War in Iraq, National Public Radio, Washington.
  • Leonard Bernstein: An American Life, CultureWorks, presented on WNYC, New York and the WMFT Radio Network, Chicago.
  • Let the Good Times Roll, The Rhythm and Blues Foundation, Washington, Public Radio International.
  • To the Best of Our Knowledge, Wisconsin Public Radio, Public Radio International.
  • The Darfur Crisis, BBC Television News, London.
  • Mosaic: World News from the Middle East, Link TV, San Francisco.
  • State of Denial, WFAA-TV, Dallas, Tex.
  • Friends in High Places, WTVF-TV, Nashville, Tenn.
  • Chesapeake Bay Pollution Investigation, WBAL-TV, Baltimore, Md.
  • 60 Minutes II: Abuse at Abu Ghraib, CBS News.
  • Black Sky: The Race for Space, Discovery Channel and Vulcan Productions in association with Gemini Productions and Antenna Films.
  • Bus 174, Zendo Entertainment in association with Cinemax Reel Life.
  • Balseros, Televiso de Catalunya, Bausan Films in association with Cinemax Reel Life.
  • Beah: A Black Woman Speaks, Clinica Estetico and LisaGay Inc. in association with HBO.
  • Something the Lord Made, a Cort/Madden Production in association with HBO Films.
  • Deadwood, Red Board Productions and Paramount Television in association with HBO Entertainment.
  • The N-Word, Trio and Post Consumer Media
  • American Experience: Tupperware!, Filmmakers Collaborative, Blueberry Hill Productions for American Experience, WGBH-TV, Boston.
  • Rwanda: Do Scars Ever Fade?, Bill Brummel Productions for The History Channel.
  • The Age of Wal-Mart: Inside America's Most Powerful Company, CNBC
  • The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Indecision 2004, Comedy Central.
  • Human Cargo, Howe Sound Films and Force Four Entertainment in association with the Canadian Broadcasting Corp.
  • State of Play, Endor Production in association with BBC, BBC America.
  • The Kumars at No. 42, Hat Trick Productions, BBC America.
  • Nursery Tap, Hip to Toe, Nursery Tap, LLC.
  • The Suffering of Sudan, Channel One Network.
  • Takalani Sesame Presents “talk to me…”, Sesame Workshop (USA) and Kwasukasukela (South Africa)
  • The Bully Project, WITI-TV, Milwaukee, Wis.
  • Univision Communications, Salud es Vida…Enterate! (Lead a Healthy Life…Get the Facts!), Univision, Miami, Fla.
  • Grant Tinker, former head of MTM Enterprises and NBC chairman in the 1980s.

 

 

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