PBS Wins Four Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards for Broadcast and Digital Reporting In the Public Interest

From a story on yahoo.com by Ted Johnson headlined “PBS Wins Four Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards”:

PBS was the top winner in the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards, with four honors for outstanding broadcast and digital reporting in the public interest.

Amazon Studios and Apple were first-time winners, while CBS News, The New York Times and HBO also won awards.

PBS’s wins were for an Independent Lens look into the first term of Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner, while POV won for coverage of Kenyan political activist Softie and the documentary Through the Night. Frontline, NPR and Planet Money won for Waste Land, an audio investigation into the oil industry and plastic recycling.