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- 1961Institutional Award: CBS Television and Walter Lippman for Television Contribution to International Understanding
For the program which did the most to promote international understanding during 1961, a Peabody special award goes to Walter Lippmann, on whose perceptive and...Read More »
- 1962A Tour of the White House With Mrs. John F. Kennedy
“A milestone in television.” “A distinctive contribution of the electronic era.” “An invaluable look at a century and a half of American history.” These are...Read More »
- 1965Personal Award: Morley Safer Personal Award for Television News
In a year when the war in Vietnam dominated the news, the reports of correspondent Morley Safer were marked by journalistic integrity and honesty, sensitivity...Read More »
- 1966Personal Award: Harry Reasoner for Television News
Harry Reasoner is a skillful and responsible reporter; has demonstrated a unique capacity for pin-pointing the not-so-obvious and for holding up to inspection some of...Read More »
- 1966Personal Award: Tom John for "Death of a Salesman," "Color Me Barbra," and "The Strollin' Twenties"
In a medium where the visual elements are predominant, one of the most vital talents is that of the art director and set designer. In...Read More »
- 1967Personal Award: Eric Sevareid for Radio-Television News Analysis and Commentary
The news analysis and commentary of Eric Sevareid are marked by a rich background of knowledge, philosophical detachment, analysis rather than advocacy, recognition of the...Read More »
- 1971The American Revolution: 1770-1783, A Conversation With Lord North
This is an innovative use of television, employing an impromptu format with an accomplished actor and renowned newsman to recreate a discussion of the events...Read More »
- 1973Personal Award: Pamela Ilott for "Lamp Under My Feet" and "Look Up and Live"
A special, personal Peabody Award to Pamela Ilott of CBS News for her outstanding contributions to broadcasting. The position of Director of Religious and Cultural...Read More »
- 1974CBS Television for The Exceptionally Well-Done Four-Part Series of Dramatic Specials Based on the Life of "Benjamin Franklin"
A Peabody Award to CBS for its four 90-minute dramatic specials based on the life of Benjamin Franklin, and starring as Franklin, at various stages...Read More »
- 1975Personal Award: Charles Kuralt for "On the Road to '76"
A personal Peabody Award, his second, to Charles Kuralt, the traveling CBS News bicentennial historian whose weekly television journey, On the Road to ‘76 gives...Read More »
- 1977Personal Award: Norman Lear for "All in the Family"
To Norman Lear, creator of All in the Family, a Peabody Award, for giving us comedy with a social conscience. He uses humor to give...Read More »
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