The Peabody Awards

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  • Evening at Pops
    1970
    Evening at Pops

    The most refreshing television show of last summer was Evening at Pops, the thirteen concerts telecast in color for an hour on Sunday evenings and...

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  • Hot Dog
    1970
    Hot Dog

    NBC Television has created a bright and happy program full of pleasure that opens the many doors of everyday life to answer the questions of...

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  • 1970
    "Peace...On Our Time" and "The Death of Ruben Salazar"

    Public service in its highest sense was exemplified by KMEX-TV, a Spanish-language UHF station in Los Angeles, following the slaying by sheriff’s deputies of Ruben...

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  • The Selling of the Pentagon
    1970
    The Selling of the Pentagon

    The Selling of the Pentagon is another historic documentary by CBS-TV. This program, eleven months in preparation by a skilled and experienced team, was a...

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  • Migrant: An NBC White Paper
    1970
    Migrant: An NBC White Paper

    Under trying circumstances, NBC News produced a significant report to the people of America on a major continuing problem: the plight of the migrant worker...

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  • This New Frontier
    1970
    This New Frontier

    This New Frontier, produced under the skillful guiding hand of Phil Johnson, news director for WWL-TV, New Orleans, is an outstanding attempt to interpret the...

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  • Civilisation
    1970
    Civilisation

    At this confusing moment in our history when so much television is devoted to hawking Man’s failures, viewers on both sides of the Atlantic have...

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  • The Dr. Seuss Programs
    1970
    The Dr. Seuss Programs

    Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears A Who! is a superb example of how an inspired children’s book can be translated into an equally entrancing television show...

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  • Personal Award: John E. Drewry
    1970
    Personal Award: John E. Drewry

    For his leading role in the foundation of the George Foster Peabody Awards; for his tact and judgment in administering them over the past thirty...

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  • Jordan Reports
    1970
    Jordan Reports

    NBC foreign correspondent Douglas Kiker, under fire for five days in Jordan, recorded what he saw and heard. With the consistency marking a distinguished career...

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  • The Danger Within: A Study of Disunity in America
    1970
    The Danger Within: A Study of Disunity in America

    By the skillful and aggressive use of the medium of radio, the National Broadcasting Company provided an exceptional service to the American public in the...

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  • Listening/4
    1970
    Listening/4

    WFBE, the educational radio voice of the public school system of Flint, Michigan, has produced a significant series of programs designed to teach listening skills...

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  • 1970
    "Medical Viewpoint" and "Pearl Harbor, Lest We Forget/Requiem for the USA"

    A Peabody Award seeks to recognize service to the public above and beyond that which a station would normally feel compelled to give and which...

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  • 60 Minutes
    1970
    60 Minutes

    Sound investigative reporting, revealing interviews of public figures and an overall reflection of contemporary issues by its co-hosts, Mike Wallace and Harry Reasoner (succeeded by...

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  • Politithon '70
    1970
    Politithon '70

    To the people of the State of Florida, who, through the legislature, funded a statewide political telecast to serve all candidates for public office and...

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  • The Flip Wilson Show
    1970
    The Flip Wilson Show

    A new dimension has been added to television to entertain millions of Americans in the person of Flip Wilson and his show. The excellence of...

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  • The Andersonville Trial
    1970
    The Andersonville Trial

    In a season generally devoid of meaningful drama, the adaptation of The Andersonville Trial by the Hollywood Television Theater on the Public Broadcasting Service proved...

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  • The Eye of the Storm
    1970
    The Eye of the Storm

    Skillfully using television as a medium for bringing an experiment in discrimination to the attention of millions across America, ABC News has demonstrated the kind...

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  • Personal Award: Garry Moore for Promotion of International Understanding
    1970
    Personal Award: Garry Moore for Promotion of International Understanding

    To be effective in communicating directly with peoples of the world, the Voice of America must win the attention and respect of its listeners. Even-handed,...

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