Photos from Past Ceremonies
Wes Unruh - 8/7/2014
Photos from previous Peabody Awards ceremonies are available on our Flickr account. These photos are in albums by event, and you can use the links below to look through pictures of the winners accepting their awards. In addition to the links below, the 73rd Peabody Awards photographs are also organized by individual winners on this post.
Recipients included KING-TV, WVUE-DT, WBZ Radio, WBZ-TV, GMA Networks, Inc., Charlotte Street Films, Temple Street Productions, Comedy Central Productions, HBO Documentary Films, TCM, and Tom Brokaw, among others. Winning shows included House of Cards, Key & Peele, A Chef’s Life, Scandal, Borgen, Breaking Bad, Life According to Sam, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, Fault Lines, Frontline, and This American Life. Full list of 2013 Winners: Link.
Recipients included HBO Documentary Films, ITV Studios, True-Walker Productions, KNXV-TV, WTHR-TV, WVIT-TV, Warner Brothers Television, Pig Newton, Inc., WBEZ, WNYC, BBC Cymru Wales, and Lorne Michaels, among others. Winning shows included Girls, Louie, Southland, Switched at Birth, MLK: The Assassination Tapes, Why Poverty?, and D. L. Hughley: The Endangered List. Full list of 2012 Winners: Link.
Recipients included NPR, The New Yorker, Human Rights Watch, CNN, KPHO-TV, KLAS-TV, NHK, Public Television Service, ABC News, GlobalPost.com, and Sony Pictures Television, among others. Winning shows included Jeopardy!, Game of Thrones, Portlandia, Bhutto, Homeland, The Colbert Report, CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute, and Treme. Full list of 2011 Winners: Link.
Recipients included FX Productions, WNYC, WGCU, WFAA-TV, Huffington Post, Rezolution Pictures, HBO Sports, Science Channel, TeenNick, C-SPAN, Public Radio Exchange, True Vision, ESPN, Phoenix Satellite Television, and WTHR, among others. Winning shows included The Good Wife, 30 for 30, If God Is Willing and Da Creek Don’t Rise, Degrassi: The Next Generation, The Pacific, Radiolab, Men of a Certain Age, and Justified. Full list of 2010 Winners: Link.
Recipients included Twentieth Century Fox Television, KHOU, ITVS, National Public Radio, GMA Network, BBC America, Worldwide Pants, Inc., KTVU, KCET, WYFF, NOW-TV News, and Sundance Channel, among others. Winning shows included The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, The Great Textbook War, The Madoff Affair, Endgame, Modern Family, Glee, and The Diane Rehm Show. Full list of 2009 Winners: Link.
Recipients included Korean Broadcasting System, Turner Classic Movies, KMGH-TV, KLAS-TV, National Geographic Television, SNL Studios, WETA-TV, The Metropolitan Opera Association, YouTube, The New York Times, and NBC Nightly News, among others. Winning shows included Saturday Night Live, Breaking Bad, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Hear and Now, The Gates, John Adams, and Lost. Full list of 2008 Winners: Link.
Recipients included ABC News, WNYC, KNXV-TV, Vixen Films, American Public Media, The Weinstein Company, CBS News, Discovery Channel, BBC, Lionsgate Television, WGBH Educational Foundation, John Goldwyn Productions, Art 21, Inc., and Public Road Productions, among others. Winning shows included 30 Rock, Dexter, Design Squad, Mad Men, The Colbert Report, Project Runway, Planet Earth, and Bob Woodruff Reporting: Wounds of War - The Long Road Home of Our Nation’s Veterans. Full list of 2007 Winners: Link.
Recipients included WTNH-TV, WISH-TV, HBO Family, BBC Two, BBC Worldwide, Chocolate Moose Media, Inc., Touchstone Television, The Washington Post, StoryCorps, and NBC Universal Television, among others. Winning shows included The Boondocks, The Office, Ugly Betty, Scrubs, This American Life, 60 Minutes, Baghdad ER, Gideon’s Daughter, and Why We Fight. Full list of 2006 Winners: Link.
Recipients included WNET, Independent Television Service, Red House Entertainment, WWL-TV, WLOX-TV, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, KNBC, KCNC, KCET, KMEX-TV, and Fox Television Studios, among others. Winning shows included Battlestar Galactica, Classical Baby, South Park, House, Boston Legal, American Masters: No Direction Home—Bob Dylan, Children of Beslan, and Viva Blackpool. Full list of 2005 Winners: Link.
Recipients included CNBC, Comedy Central, Discovery Cannel, Endor Productions, Grant Tinker, Link TV, National Public Radio, Channel One News Network, Sesame Workshop, The Rhythm and Blues Foundation, and Univision, among others. Winning shows included On the Media, Studio 360 American Icons, Deadwood, State of Play, The Kumars at No. 42, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Indecision 2004. Full list of 2004 Winners: Link.
Recipients included Atlantic Public Media, BBC, Christian Frei Filmproductions, The Irish Film Board, KHOU-TV, KMGH-TV, KRON-TV, P.O.V., TV Asahi, Viacom International, Inc., and WCNC-TV, among others. Winning shows included Dora the Explorer, Great Performances: Degas and the Dance, NOVA: The Elegant Universe with Brian Greene, American Mavericks, The Wire, The Office, and Israel’s Secret Weapon. Full list of 2003 Winners: Link.
Recipients included Showtime Networks Inc., BBC America, Turner Network Television, Sonic Memorial Collaboration, NPR, KPRC-TV, BBC Radio 4, CBS, ESPN, and David E. Kelley Productions, among others. Winning shows included Nightline, Boston Public, Six Feet Under, The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow, The Gathering Storm, Bang Bang You’re Dead, and Almost Strangers. Full list of 2002 Winners: Link.
Recipients included WNET, WCPO-TV, 40 Acres and A Mule Filmworks, WGBH, PBS, ABC, National Film Board of Canada, CBS News, and Youth Radio, among others. Winning shows included The Bernie Mac Show, Blue’s Clues, ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre: Talking Heads II—Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet, 60 Minutes II, Hell in the Pacific, Still Life with Animated Dogs, and coverage of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Full list of 2001 Winners: Link.