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2004 George Foster Peabody Awards

On the Media:

  • WNYC Radio, New York, National Public Radio.

Studio 360 American Icons: Melville's Moby Dick:

  • WNYC Radio, New York, Public Radio International.

The War in Iraq:

  • National Public Radio, Washington.

Leonard Bernstein: An American Life

  • CultureWorks, presented on WNYC, New York and the WMFT Radio Network, Chicago.

Let the Good Times Roll:

  • The Rhythm and Blues Foundation, Washington, Public Radio International.

To the Best of Our Knowledge:

  • Wisconsin Public Radio, Public Radio International.

The Darfur Crisis:

  • BBC Television News, London.

Mosaic: World News from the Middle East:

  • Link TV, San Francisco.

State of Denial:

  • WFAA-TV, Dallas, Tex.

Friends in High Places:

  • WTVF-TV, Nashville, Tenn.

Chesapeake Bay Pollution Investigation:

  • WBAL-TV, Baltimore, Md.

60 Minutes II: Abuse at Abu Ghraib:

  • CBS News.

Black Sky: The Race for Space:

  • Discovery Channel and Vulcan Productions in association with Gemini Productions and Antenna Films.

Bus 174:

  • Zendo Entertainment in association with Cinemax Reel Life.


  • Televiso de Catalunya, Bausan Films in association with Cinemax Reel Life.

Beah: A Black Woman Speaks:

  • Clinica Estetico and LisaGay Inc. in association with HBO.

Something the Lord Made:

  • a Cort/Madden Production in association with HBO Films.


  • Red Board Productions and Paramount Television in association with HBO Entertainment.

The N-Word:

  • Trio and Post Consumer Media

American Experience: Tupperware!:

  • Filmmakers Collaborative, Blueberry Hill Productions for American Experience, WGBH-TV, Boston.

Rwanda: Do Scars Ever Fade?:

  • Bill Brummel Productions for The History Channel.

The Age of Wal-Mart: Inside America's Most Powerful Company:

  • CNBC

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Indecision 2004:

  • Comedy Central.

Human Cargo:

  • Howe Sound Films and Force Four Entertainment in association with the Canadian Broadcasting Corp.

State of Play:

  • Endor Production in association with BBC, BBC America.

The Kumars at No. 42:

  • Hat Trick Productions, BBC America.

Nursery Tap, Hip to Toe:

  • Nursery Tap, LLC.

The Suffering of Sudan:

  • Channel One Network.

Takalani Sesame Presents “talk to me…”:

  • Sesame Workshop (USA) and Kwasukasukela (South Africa)

The Bully Project:

  • WITI-TV, Milwaukee, Wis.

Univision Communications, Salud es Vida…Enterate! (Lead a Healthy Life…Get the Facts!):

  • Univision, Miami, Fla.

Grant Tinker:

  • former head of MTM Enterprises and NBC chairman in the 1980s.

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