The Peabody Awards

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  • Complete 63rd Annual Peabody Awards (May 17, 2004)

    Complete 63rd Annual Peabody Awards (May 17, 2004)

    29 recipients of the 63rd Annual Peabody Awards were presented with awards on May 17, 2004 at the Waldorf=Astoria Hotel in New York City. The

  • American Experience: The Murder of Emmett Till
    American Experience: The Murder of Emmett Till

    Among the hundreds of tragic stories in the history of American racial violence, the murder of a 14-year-old boy in Mississippi in the summer of...

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  • Medicaid Dental Centers Investigation
    Medicaid Dental Centers Investigation

    Stuart Watson, investigative reporter for WCNC-TV, spent six months talking to dozens of patients, pouring over dental records, consulting experts, and tracking tens of millions...

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  • Students Rising Above
    Students Rising Above

    Beating the Odds, the theme of KRON-TV’s public service series Students Rising Above, highlights the incredible obstacles faced by at-risk high school students in the...

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  • FRONTLINE: A Dangerous Business
    FRONTLINE: A Dangerous Business

    This documentary examines the cases of thousands of individuals who have been injured, and nine who have died, while employed by McWane, Inc, the nation’s...

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  • POV: Flag Wars
    POV: Flag Wars

    As Flag Wars so powerfully demonstrates, the course of gentrification in the United States is rarely without a human cost, compounded in this instance by...

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    As described by its creators and staff, is a multi-faceted online resource for both aspiring and established radio producers, and a showcase for new...

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  • American Mavericks
    American Mavericks

    This groundbreaking 13-part radio series and accompanying Web site focus on some of the most inventive artists in the history of 20th Century American concert...

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  • Great Performances: Degas and the Dance
    Great Performances: Degas and the Dance

    Based on the life of French Impressionist Edgar Degas and the exhibit which honors him, Degas and the Dance is an exceptional documentary that explores...

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  • Dora the Explorer
    Dora the Explorer

    This animated series explores the world of Dora, a 7-year-old Latina, her friends, family, and companions. Produced for pre-schoolers, Dora uses computer-style interactivity and play-along...

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  • The Office
    The Office

    With no predictable jokes, no easy punch lines, no laugh track, and no known stars, The Office still manages to make audiences laugh out loud...

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  • Know HIV/AIDS and Fight For Your Rights: Protect Yourself Campaigns
    Know HIV/AIDS and Fight For Your Rights: Protect Yourself Campaigns

    Know HIV/AIDS, the public education initiative created by Viacom and The Kaiser Family Foundation is a multi-year effort designed to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and...

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  • Sisters in Pain
    Sisters in Pain

    This powerful radio documentary recounts the true stories of three women who for years suffered abuse from husbands and boyfriends. In final, extreme retaliation, these...

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  • Evidence of Errors
    Evidence of Errors

    KHOU-TV’s investigation, Evidence of Errors, executive produced by David Raziq and reported by Jerome Gray and Anna Werner, uncovered serious and surprising mistakes made by...

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  • The Wire
    The Wire

    The second season of The Wire secured a place for the series in the history of America’s most outstanding police/crime television. Set in Baltimore, one...

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  • Personal Award: Bill Moyers
    Personal Award: Bill Moyers

    For a career distinguished by the highest standards of excellence in the use of television to educate, inform, and challenge received ideas, a Personal Peabody...

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  • 60 Minutes: All in the Family
    60 Minutes: All in the Family

    Presented by 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Kroft, All in the Family examines links between defense contractors and the federal government that deeply affect the Pentagon’s...

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  • Honor and Betrayal: Scandal at the Academy
    Honor and Betrayal: Scandal at the Academy

    On February 12, 2003, KMGH-TV Investigative Reporter John Ferrugia went on the air with his first story about sexual assault at the United States Air...

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  • War Photographer
    War Photographer

    As disturbing photographs come home from Baghdad, Mosul, and Tikrit, we sometimes ask ourselves: Who is the person on the other side of the lens?...

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  • Soldier's Girl
    Soldier's Girl

    Soldier’s Girl is based on the true story of Pvt. Barry Winchell, an American G.I., and Calpernia Addams, a transsexual nightclub performer, with whom he...

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  • Chavez: Inside The Coup
    Chavez: Inside The Coup

    This provocative and controversial program was created from footage gathered by Irish documentarians Kim Bartley and Donnacha O’Briain during the 2002 coup d’etat attempting to...

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  • Israel's Secret Weapon
    Israel's Secret Weapon

    This report, aired on BBC2’s Correspondent series, examines the wall of secrecy surrounding Israel’s production of nuclear weapons materials and devices. Reporter Olenka Frenkiel focuses...

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  • To Live is Better Than to Die
    To Live is Better Than to Die

    During the early 1990s, impoverished citizens in rural China responded to a critical blood shortage by selling their blood for much-needed cash. Unsanitary collection methods...

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  • Mother Flew Away as a Kite
    Mother Flew Away as a Kite

    Based on an original story by Akiyuki Nosaka, Mother Flew Away As A Kite is a haunting depiction of the horrors of war, and how...

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  • Building Homes: Building Problems
    Building Homes: Building Problems

    Building Homes: Building Problems, a joint undertaking of WESH-TV and The Orlando Sentinel, investigates shoddy workmanship by the building industry in Central Florida. A University...

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  • Jobless Recovery: Non-Working Numbers
    Jobless Recovery: Non-Working Numbers

    In Jobless Recovery: Non-Working Numbers, NewsHour with Jim Lehrer business correspondent Paul Solman reveals the inadequacy of government data related to unemployment. Official numbers do...

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  • POV: Two Towns of Jasper
    POV: Two Towns of Jasper

    Two Towns of Jasper is a provocative documentary focused on the 1998 hate-crime murder of James Byrd, Jr. Through the extraordinary efforts of filmmakers Marco...

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  • NOVA: The Elegant Universe with Brian Greene
    NOVA: The Elegant Universe with Brian Greene

    The Elegant Universe with Brian Greene, based on the acclaimed physicist’s best-selling book, explores science’s most elaborate and ambitious theory, the string theory. Preparing such...

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  • Hoxie: The First Stand
    Hoxie: The First Stand

    Hoxie: The First Stand presents the story of a small Arkansas town whose school board chose to integrate its classrooms in the summer of 1955....

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  • A Question of Fairness
    A Question of Fairness

    Tom Brokaw’s special report, A Question Of Fairness, probes one of the most vexing social issues in America: affirmative action. Aired just prior to a...

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