All Things Considered
1972 | National Public Radio
The program All Things Considered is a National Public Radio staff effort presented on a regular weeknight schedule for the past two years. It embodies a distinctive approach to broadcast journalism, providing the public with information which is meaningful and varied. The program presents a unique and analytical examination of the day’s news and important issues through exhaustive investigative reporting. For this valuable service that helps draw people together with information, a Peabody Award to National Public Radio for All Things Considered.
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