The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) announced that 90.9 WBUR, Boston’s NPR News Station, was honored with seven regional Edward R. Murrow Awards.
Listen and explore all of WBUR’s award-winning work below:
- Overall Excellence: For WBUR’s body of work
- Best Feature Reporting: Kind World: “She Remembers It All” (EricaLantz, producer)
- Best Investigative Reporting: “Who Killed Gail Miles?: The Unsolved Murder of a Retired Watertown Cop” (Bruce Gellerman, reporter, Kelly Horan, producer, in conjunction with the New England Center for Investigative Reporting)
- Best News Series: “40 Years Later: A Return to Vietnam” (Bob Oakes, reporter and host, Shannon Dooling, producer, George Hicks, producer, Jesse Costa, videographer)
- Best Reporting: Hard News: “It’s Not Just Heroin: Drug Cocktails Are Fueling the Overdose Crisis” (Martha Bebinger, Reporter)
- Best Writing: “Tsarnaev Relatives Take Stand in Emotional Day of Testimony” (David Boeri, Writer and Reporter, Mark Degon, Editor)
- Best Website: WBUR.org (WBUR Digital Team)
Each regional Murrow award advances to compete against the winners from 13 other regions for the national Murrow awards. The winners will be announced in June.