SCOTUSblog gets a Peabody Award
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SCOTUSblog is among the winners of the 72nd-annual Peabody Awards, announced Wednesday. It's the first blog to receive a Peabody, Amy Howe writes in an announcement on the site. "[T]he website provides everything you ever wanted to know about the U.S. Supreme Court and its cases but didn’t know where to look," the awards announcement reads. SCOTUSblog joins ABC's Hurricane Sandy coverage, WVIT-TV's coverage of the Sandy Hook massacre and Kelly McEvers and Deborah Amos' coverage of Syria on NPR in the winner's circle.
We’re deeply humbled to be named a winner of the Peabody Award. Many thanks for the good wishes and congratulations.
— SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) March 27, 2013
Local TV stations picked up a good amount of hardware: WTHR-TV in Indianapolis, KMGH-TV in Denver and KNXV-TV in Phoenix all received Peabodys. The awards are scheduled to be presented on May 20.
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