Additional Information on the duPont Awards

A 2004 duPont Award winner was the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) news program Frontline (in collaboration with the New York Times and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) for A Dangerous Business, a feature about how a steel company pollutes the environment while killing and injuring its workers. That same year, KMGH-TV Denver won a duPont for its look at alleged sexual abuse at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. Also in 2004, WTVF-TV Nashville won a duPont for an expose that alleged massive corruption by the Republican governor of Tennessee and businesspeople associated with him. And National Public Radio (NPR) won a duPont Award for its coverage of the war in Iraq, heavily weighted against American policies.

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