2002 Alfred I. duPont — Columbia University Awards in Television and Radio Journalism
Administered by Columbia University, the awards recognize excellence in television and radio broadcasting. This year's awards, announced on Dec. 19, 2001, were given for work broadcast between July 1, 2000 and June 30, 2001.
|Television Awards:||CBS News 60 Minutes, Steve Kroft and Leslie Cockburn for “America's Worst Nightmare?”|
|CBS News, David Martin, and Mary Walsh for reporting on national security on CBS Evening News and 60 Minutes II|
|WABC-TV, New York, Jim Hoffer, and Daniela Royes for “Caught Off Guard”|
|CNN, Nic Robertson, and Jonathan Miller for Northern Ireland: Dying for Peace|
|ABC News, Terence Wrong, and Peter Bull for Hopkins 24/7|
|Palfreman Film Group, Frontline/Nova, and WGBH-TV, Boston, for “Harvest of Fear” on PBS|
|CBS Evening News and Steve Hartman for Everybody Has a Story|
|Court TV for The Interrogation of Michael Crowe|
|KIRO-TV, Seattle, for Why the Orcas of Puget Sound Are Dying|
|KCBS-TV, Los Angeles, and Randy Paige for Poison Paint|
|KOLD-TV, Tucson, and Chip Yost, for Exploding Patrol Cars?|
|Radio Awards:||National Public Radio and Peter Overby for campaign finance coverage|
|WNYC Radio, New York, and Beth Fertig for The Edison Schools Vote|
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