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The honor comes as FRONTLINE marks its 30th anniversary season.
Seven Frontline documentaries have been nominated for the 2013 Writers Guild of America Awards, including six films in the category of current events documentary. The winners will be announced on February 17.
Last night FRONTLINE swept the Writers Guild Awards documentary and news categories, with awards for "Top Secret America," "WikiSecrets," "Educating Sergeant Pantzke," and "Doctor Hotspot."
This February, three new FRONTLINEs will explore three big questions: With the Syrian civil war entering its third year, what's happening on the ground right now? How is social media transforming the way kids, brands, and pop culture interact? And finally, what led to Pope Benedict's resignation one year ago -- and is his successor, Pope Francis, succeeding in setting the Church on a new path?
Thirty of News Corp.'s directors, executives and journalists approached by FRONTLINE declined to be interviewed for this program, including Rupert Murdoch. Here's why.
This Tuesday, a week before the second inauguration of Barack Obama, FRONTLINE will air a probing look at the first four years of his presidency. Until then, FRONTLINE and Longreads have partnered to cull the best long-form reporting and reading on President Obama's first term.
Check out this preview of FRONTLINE's upcoming films.
The two awards, for FRONTLINE's "The Interrupters" and "Opium Brides," honor excellence in journalism across media platforms.
A FRONTLINE investigation into the NFL's concussion crisis has been named among the winners of the 65th annual George Polk Awards in Journalism.
FRONTLINE examines a little-known chapter of the Catholic Church sex abuse story -- decades of abuse of Native Americans by priests and other church workers in Alaska. All told, they would leave behind a trail of hundreds of claims of abuse, making this one of the hardest hit regions in the country. "The Silence" is the first of two FRONTLINE magazine segments airing Apr 19.