American RadioWorks Repeats As Casey Medal Winner
June 10, 2008 at 12:05 PM (PT)
AMERICAN RADIOWORKS has been honored with the Radio Award from the 2008 CASEY MEDALS FOR MERITORIOUS JOURNALISM, presented by the JOURNALISM CENTER ON CHILDREN AND FAMILIES and funded by the ANNIE E. CASEY FOUNDATION. AMERICAN RADIOWORKS' medal, its second consecutive CASEY MEDAL, was awarded for a piece on adoption, "Wanted: Parents," produced by CATHERINE WINTER, ELLEN GUETTLER, and MARY BETH KIRCHNER.
AMERICAN PUBLIC MEDIA and WUNC/CHAPEL HILL, NC's analysis of the "No Child Left Behind Act," "Put to the Test," was runner-up, with XM SATELLITE RADIO's BOB EDWARDS SHOW (for "The Invisible: Children Without Homes") and NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO (for "Grief Camp Helps Children Cope With War Losses") tying for Honorable Mention.