Awards for 2001

Peabody Award

WINNERS

60 Minutes Wednesday: (CBS News)
For the feature "Death by Denial".

Dateline NBC: (National Broadcasting Company (NBC))
For the feature "The Paper Chase".

48 Hours: (CBS News)
For the feature "Heroes Under Fire".

Treading on Danger?: (KHOU-TV)



Regret to Inform: (P.O.V.)

King Gimp: (HBO (Los Angeles), Whiteford-Hadary, University of Maryland, Tapestry International)

The 1900 House: (Wall to Wall Production)

Cancer: Evolution to Revolution: (HBO, Lovett Productions)

Frontline: (WGBH/Frontline (Boston))
For the feature "Drug Wars".


CNN Perspectives: (CNN Productions (Atlanta), Insight News Television, Channel 4 International)
For the feature "Cry Freetown".

Napoleon: (David Grubin Productions, Inc. (New York), Devillier Doregan Enterprises)

Walking with Dinosaurs: (BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) [gb], Discovery Channel, TV Asahi Co-production, ProSieben, France 3)

Slavery: (True Vision Productions Ltd.)

Katie Couric: Confronting Colon Cancer: (National Broadcasting Company (NBC) (NBC News))

School Sleuth: The Case of an Excellent School: (Learning Matters, Inc., The Merrow Report (New York))

Arthur: (WGBH-TV (Boston), Cinar Films)

Hearts and Minds: Teens and Mental Illness: (Idaho Public Television (Boise, Idaho), Idaho Department of Health and Welfare)

Building Big: (WGBH-TV (Boston), Production Group, Inc.)

The West Wing: (National Broadcasting Company (NBC), John Wells Productions, Warner Bros.)

The Sopranos: (HBO (New York), Chase Films, Brad Grey Television)

Sharing the Secret: (Robert Greenwald Productions, Pearson Television, International (Santa Monica))

Big Bangs: (Tiger Aspect Production)

Masterpiece Classic: (BBC American, WGBH-TV (Boston))
For episode with David Copperfield.

The Crossing: (A&E Network (New York), Columbia TriStar Television Productions, Chris/Rose Productions, Inc.)

The Corner: (HBO (Los Angeles))

Malcolm in the Middle: (Fox, Regency Television)

tt0284994: (Mad Cow Productions, Inc., Comedy Central (New York))

Personal Award

WINNER

H. Martin 'Marty' Haag
The award-winning television news director who became an industry icon by establishing high ethical standards and promoting quality in TV news reporting at local and network levels.

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