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Journalists Discuss Award-Winning Stories during duPont Winners Circle

Winners of the 2004 duPont-Columbia Awards, including reporters, producers, and news executives, talk about the war in Iraq, the Columbia space shuttle disaster and investigative reporting on one of the most dangerous companies in America during the duPont Winner's Circle. Each of these duPont Award-winning stories is featured in the documentary, "Without Fear or Favor: The Best in Broadcast Journalism," which airs on PBS beginning Monday, Jan. 26, at 10:30 (check local listings).

David A. Klatell

David A. Klatell, duPont-Columbia Award Jury Chair and Academic Dean at the Graduate School of Journalism, Offers Introductory Remarks

Real (2:28)Video
Space Shuttle Disaster
Dan Billow Ed Trauschke
Bill Bauman Cinny Kennard

WESH-TV, Orlando, and Dan Billow for Coverage of the Columbia Space Shuttle Disaster

Dan Billow, Correspondent; Ed Trauschke, News Director; Bill Bauman, General Manager. Moderator, duPont Juror and NPR Manager Cinny Kennard

Real (46:46)Video
the War in Iraq
Loren Jenkins Ivan Watson
John Dinges

National Public Radio for Coverage of the War in Iraq

Loren Jenkins, Foreign Editor; Ivan Watson, Correspondent. Moderator: duPont Juror & Journalism Professor John Dinges

Real (51:51)Video
FRONTLINE: A Dangerous Business on PBS
Lowell Bergman David Rummel
Robin Stein David Fanning

FRONTLINE: A Dangerous Business on PBS

Lowell Bergman, Correspondent; David Rummel, Writer and Producer; Robin Stein, Associate Producer and Reporter; David Fanning, Executive Producer. Moderator: David Klatell

Real (59:25)Video

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Production Number: 267
Shot: Jan 2004
Published: Jan 26, 2004
Last modified:Jan 26, 2004