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- 1979Personal Award: Sylvia Fine Kaye for "Musical Comedy Tonight"
Sylvia Fine Kaye wins a Peabody Award for Musical Comedy Tonight. This excellent program examined musical comedy in four eras of its history with an...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 »
- 1977Personal Award: Steve Allen for "Meeting of Minds"
Steve Allen has created and hosted a truly original show in Meeting of Minds, presented by KCET, Los Angeles, on the Public Broadcasting Service. As...Read More »
- 1976Personal Award: Perry Como for "Perry Como's Christmas in Austria"
To Perry Como, a Peabody Award for Perry Como’s Christmas in Austria, one of a series of musical specials that have provided millions of viewers...Read More »
- 1976Personal Award: Charles Barthold for "The Jordan Tornado"
Few forces of nature are more awesome and fearful than the black mass of a twisting, turning tornado. Photographer Charles Barthold of WHO-TV in Des...Read More »
- 1976Personal Award: Sy Pearlman for "Weekend: The Sawyer Brothers"
NBC News producer Sy Pearlman is one of that rare breed of Americans who is never satisfied until he has satisfied himself that the full...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 »
- 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 »
- 1972Personal Award: Alistair Cooke for His Part in "America: A Personal View by Alistair Cooke"
His work in writing, narrating, and presenting this personal document in which American historical events are recounted and accompanied by colorful sketches of significant participants...Read More »
- 1970Personal 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,...Read More »
- 1968Personal Award: Dr. Leonard Reiffel for "The World Tomorrow"
A Peabody Award for the most distinguished education program in radio goes to Dr. Leonard Reiffel, Science Consultant and host of The World Tomorrow, which...Read More »
- 1967Personal Award: Dr. James R. Killian Jr. for Broadcasting Education
Scientist, administrator, teacher, and public servant, Dr. James R. Killian, Jr. has given freely of his talents to the enrichment of television. As Chairman of...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 »
- 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 »
- 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 »
- 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 »
- 1964Personal Award: Joyce Hall for "Hallmark Hall of Fame"
A Peabody Award goes to Joyce Hall for being television’s consistent and practical champion of the theatre, for encouraging dramatic variation and musical innovation, for...Read More »
- 1964Personal Award: Burr Tillstrom, "That Was the Week That Was"
Burr Tillstrom, in his 25th year in television, found new artistry in his haunting, sensitive interpretation of the true meaning of the Berlin Wall. Burr...Read More »
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