The Peabody Awards

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  • Zero Tolerance
    Zero Tolerance

    Nominee The interactive website that broke the original audio recording of a 6-year-old child separated from her mother at a Border Patrol detention facility...

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  • Spotlight on the Best Storytelling of 2018

    Spotlight on the Best Storytelling of 2018

    The Peabody Awards Board of Jurors has announced the 60 nominees that represent the most compelling and empowering stories released in broadcasting and digital media during

  • The Counted: People killed by police in the United States
    The Counted: People killed by police in the United States

    Nominee A groundbreaking interactive investigation revealing the actual number of people killed by police in the U.S., telling the stories of who they were, and...

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  • Inheritance
    Inheritance

    Nominee An interactive and emotional journey with filmmaker Ken Dornstein, whose brother David died in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, in his...

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  • Hell And High Water
    Hell And High Water

    Hurricane Katrina humbled the nation when it devastated New Orleans, but a massive hurricane hitting Houston—the fourth largest city in the United States and home...

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  • Announcing 76th Annual Peabody Awards Finalists

    Announcing 76th Annual Peabody Awards Finalists

    The Peabody Awards Board of Jurors have selected 60 finalists that represent the most compelling and empowering stories released in electronic media during 2016. As

  • Peabody Conversations: Do Not Track

    Peabody Conversations: Do Not Track

    "The value of a society is going to be determined on how it treats those that are most vulnerable, and this really shows up online,"

  • Do Not Track
    Do Not Track

    Remember the old saying about "free lunch," that there's no such thing? It applies to the internet as well. As Brett Gaylor says on Do...

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  • 75th Annual News, Radio/Podcast, Web & Public Service Winners

    75th Annual News, Radio/Podcast, Web & Public Service Winners

    The Peabody Awards today announced the first group of winners in The Peabody 30, honoring programming in news, radio/podcast, web and public service. The honorees

  • Hollow
    Hollow

    Even if you’ve never been within 1,000 miles of McDowell County, West Virginia, you’ve driven through it. McDowell is a stand-in for thousands of American...

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  • A Short History of the Highrise
    A Short History of the Highrise

    An ingeniously constructed interactive documentary, A Short History of the Highrise allows website visitors to tour 2,500 years of “vertical living,” from the Tower of...

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  • SCOTUSblog
    SCOTUSblog

    In many respects, SCOTUSblog is to the Supreme Court of the United States what ESPN.com is to the world of sports. It’s the place to...

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  • Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek
    Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek

    A spectacular realization of the potential of digital-age storytelling, Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek illustrates and enriches superb, traditional feature writing by John...

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  • On Location
    On Location

    The GlobalPost series On Location published 75 videos on the website in 2011, utilizing the work of correspondents and videographers who live in the countries...

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  • Onion News Network
    Onion News Network

    News parody is nothing new in electronic media. The irreverent “Weekend Update” has been a staple of Saturday Night Live since its debut in 1975,...

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  • npr.org
    npr.org

    National Public Radio was a website waiting to happen. With signature programs such as All Things Considered and Fresh Air, it has few equals in...

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  • YouTube.com
    YouTube.com

    Since 2005, millions of people in 19 regions around the globe have answered YouTube‘s call to "Broadcast Yourself." Indeed, 10 hours of video are uploaded...

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  • NYTimes.com
    NYTimes.com

    Aggressively and creatively adding sound and moving images to its traditional package of news and features, The New York Times has stepped forward as an...

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  • C-SPAN Video Library
    C-SPAN Video Library

    Like its television counterpart, the C-SPAN Video Library boasts a decidedly “no frills” design. Its interface is clean, clear and concise, making it easy for...

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  • BBC.com
    BBC.com

    Developed for North America but translatable with a mere mouse click from English into more than 20 other languages, including Hindi, Portuguese and Swahili, BBC.com...

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  • TED.com
    TED.com

    TED (which stands for technology, entertainment and design) is a non-profit organization devoted to “Ideas Worth Spreading.” The original TED conference in 1984 brought together...

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  • four docs
    four docs

    four docs is exemplary of the development of the World Wide Web as integrated, multimedia, multi-purpose communication. It is a distribution system for producers of...

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  • Transom.org
    Transom.org

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

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