FRONTLINE Wins Two duPont-Columbia Awards for Excellence
December 19, 2012, 10:36 am ET
Two FRONTLINE films have been awarded 2013 Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University silver batons for excellence in broadcast and digital news. The batons are given to highlight exceptional news reporting across platforms.
“Technology has changed the way we get the news, but standards for journalism remain the same,” said CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, in a video introducing the awards. “These awards honor stories about critical issues told in new ways by journalists whose reporting has an impact at home and around the world.”
See the full list of award recipients here, and watch our winning films below. Congratulations to all.
“FRONTLINE: The Interrupters”
WGBH, Kartemquin Films, Steve James and Alex Kotlowitz
“FRONTLINE: Opium Brides”
WGBH, Clover Films & Najibullah Quraishi
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