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Peabody Awards Announce First-Ever Catalyst Award and 2019 News and Radio/Podcast Winners

The Peabody Board of Jurors have selected “$2 Tests: Bad Arrests,” “Anatomy of a Killing,” “Back of the Class,” “Cambridge Analytica,” “The Plastic Problem,” “Separated: Children at the Border” and “Spartan Silence: Crisis at Michigan State” as the 2019 Peabody Award winners in the news category, Variety has learned. Additionally, “Believed,” “Buried Truths,” “Caliphate,” “Kept […]
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2019 Webby Award Winners Include Fortnite, LEGO, Hulu + More

From Factcheck.org’s victory to Disney’s 32 trophies, the Webby Awards once again honored the best of the internet. This year saw many unexpected (Deadpool The Musical 2) nods even more household names—including The Lego Foundation, NASA and Google Creative Lab. Categories ranged from shopping (where Hublot and Wayfair collected the awards) to best launch (for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Carnegie Deli Pop-Up by Tool) and …
Tags: Tech, Awards, Fortnite, Internet, Lego, NASA, Online Shopping, The Webby Awards, Webbies


‘The Twilight Zone’ Reboot Will Compete in Drama Category for Emmys, But There’s One Complication

CBS All Access isn’t exactly overflowing with must-see content, with Star Trek Discovery and The Good Fight being the only two original hits in their library. But since The Twilight Zone reboot came along, plenty more people have been flocking to the streaming subscription service, and the show is bound to end up with some Emmy nominations later this year, but not in the category you might think. Unlike other anthology shows that have landed accolades from the Academy of Television Arts & Scie...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Awards, Cbs, Emmy, Emmys, Academy, American Horror Story, The Twilight Zone, Remakes, Cbs All Access, Peele, Jordan Peele, CBS TV Studios, Academy of Television Arts Sciences, San Junipero


The JBL Jr Pop is a wireless bluetooth speaker just for the kids

“Big Sound for Music’s Tiny Fans” is perhaps the best way to describe the JBL Jr Pop, a conceptual speaker created by Shenzhen-based Kim Hyojin.A winner of both the Red Dot Design Concept Award and the iF Design Award for the year 2019, the JBL Jr Pop is a junior speaker, designed to be child-friendly, and give children their dedicated music-listening device. The Jr Pop is small, light, rugged, and comes with a leash that the child can use to carry their sound with them. A comforting ring of lig...
Tags: Music, Design, Audio, Speakers, Awards, Shenzhen, Product Design, Portable Audio, Red Dot Awards: Design Concept, iF Design Award, Red Dot Concept 2019, JBL Jr Pop, Kim Hyojin, Jr Pop


‘Barry,’ ‘Killing Eve,’ ‘Pose’ Among 2019 Peabody Winners (EXCLUSIVE)

“The Americans,” “Barry,” “The End of the F***ing World,” “The Good Place,” “Hannah Gadsby: Nanette,” “Killing Eve,” “Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj,” “Pose” and “Random Acts of Flyness” have been named the entertainment winners at this year’s Peabody Awards, Variety has learned exclusively. Additionally, “Sesame Street” has been named the winner of the Institutional Award […]
Tags: News, Sesame Street, Awards, Barry, The Americans, Peabody Awards, Peabody Awards Variety, Hasan Minhaj, Pose, Killing Eve, The Good Place, Hannah Gadsby


‘Minding the Gap,’ ‘A Dangerous Son’ Among 2019 Peabody Documentary Honorees

“A Dangerous Son,” “The Facebook Dilemma,” “Independent Lens: Dolores,” “Independent Lens: The Judge,” “The Jazz Ambassadors,” “Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart,” “Minding the Gap” and “POV: The Apology” have been selected as the documentary winners at the 2019 Peabody Awards, Variety has learned. The Peabody Awards Board of Jurors also named Kartemquin Films the winner […]
Tags: News, Awards, Lorraine Hansberry, Independent Lens, Peabody Awards Variety, Peabody Awards Board of Jurors, A Dangerous Son, Peabody Awards. Minding the Gap, POV: The Apology, The Facebook Dilemma, The Jazz Ambassadors, Facebook Dilemma Independent Lens, Dolores Independent Lens


Natural History Museum Will Not Host Gala for Brazil’s President

The museum said that it was “deeply concerned” about renting the space for an event to honor someone whose environmental policies had been widely criticized.
Tags: News, Awards, Museums, Brazil, American Museum of Natural History, Nonprofit Organizations, Amazon Jungle, Politics And Government, Futter, Decorations and Honors, Bolsonaro, Jair (1955-, Ellen V, Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce, Natural History Museum Will Not Host Gala


Pulitzer Prizes Focus on Coverage of Trump Finances and Parkland Shooting

The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and South Florida Sun Sentinel took some of the biggest 2019 journalism prizes.
Tags: Florida, News, Awards, Fla, Sun Sentinel, New York Times Wall Street Journal, Parkland, News and News Media, Pulitzer Prizes, Decorations and Honors, Shooting (2018, Trump Finances


The New York Times Just Won 2 Pulitzers. Read the Winning Work.

The newspaper is recognized for its work in explanatory reporting and editorial writing.
Tags: News, Awards, Staples, David, New York Times, Brent, Craig, Trump, Barstow, Russ, Susanne, Buettner, Donald J, Pulitzer Prizes, Decorations and Honors, New York Times Just Won


Sun Sentinel Wins Public Service Pulitzer for Parkland Shooting Coverage

The South Florida daily took the prize in the most prestigious category for its coverage of the killings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Tags: News, Awards, South Florida, Fla, Sun Sentinel, Parkland, News and News Media, Pulitzer Prizes, Decorations and Honors, Shooting (2018


‘Remnants’ Documentary Wins Korea’s Wildflower Awards

For the second year in a row, a documentary feature won the Grand Prize at South Korea’s Wildflower Film Awards. “The Remnants” was directed by Kim Il-ran & Lee Hyuk-san. Jung Sung-il was named best documentary director for “Night and Fog in Zona.” Best director in the narrative category was Jeon Go-woon for “Microhabitat.” The […]
Tags: Asia, South Korea, News, Awards, Global, Korea, Kim Il, Wildflower Awards, The Remnants, Lee Hyuk, Jung Sung il


‘Project Gutenberg’ Dominates Hong Kong Film Awards

“Project Gutenberg” took home all of the big prizes at the Hong Kong Film Awards on Sunday, including best film, best script and best director for writer-director Felix Chong. In total the counterfeiting thriller collected seven prizes, having been nominated in 17 categories. The film’s star Chow Yun-fat was beaten to the acting prize by […]
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, News, Awards, Global, Project Gutenberg, Anthony Wong, Hong Kong Film Awards, Chow Yun, Felix Chong


American Museum of Natural History Event Honoring Brazil’s Rainforest-Hating President Sparks Uproar

A museum dedicated to conserving nature and Brazil’s far right wing president intent on opening the Amazon rainforest to mining, logging, and fossil fuel exploration while kicking indigenous groups off their land may seem like odd bedfellows. And yet New York’s American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) is slated to…Read more...
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Katy Perry and Anita Hill Honored at the DVF Awards

Katy Perry was among the honorees on Thursday night at the 10th Annual DVF Awards for her advocacy work with both UNICEF and the LGBTQ community. “Music has opened the doors for so many opportunities for me,” stated the singer while accepting the Inspiration Award. “The ability to meet people and champion their stories, to […]
Tags: News, Awards, Katy Perry, Diane Von Furstenberg, Unicef, Anita Hill


RCS wins Future Best of Show Award at NAB Show

Radio World has awarded RCS with the Future Best of Show Award at the NAB Show in Las Vegas for its new Zetta Cloud product. RCS is also celebrating its 40th birthday at the event, which sees thousands of radio professionals from around the world gather for conferences and a large trade show. The Radio World publication said Zetta Cloud was selected for its “design, features, cost efficiency and performance in serving professional users.” Philippe Generali, President/CEO of RCS commented: “We...
Tags: Technology, Top, Awards, Radio, Las Vegas, RCS, Radio World, Philippe Generali, Zetta Cloud, Chip Jellison, Paul McLane, CTO EVP Technology Development, RCS Philippe Generali


Jeff Lynne, Blondie, Billie Eilish Set for Special Honors at ASCAP Pop Awards

A couple of disruptive women from across generations — along with the writer of “Evil Woman” — are due to get special honors at the 2019 ASCAP Pop Awards. ELO auteur Jeff Lynne and the three ongoing original members of Blondie are all set for career achievement trophies at the May ceremony, while Billie Eilish […]
Tags: News, Awards, Ascap, Blondie, Jeff Lynne, ELO, Billie Eilish, Paul Williams, ASCAP Awards, Jeff Lynne Blondie Billie Eilish, ASCAP Pop Awards ELO


A Year After Kendrick Lamar, Will the Music Pulitzer Embrace Pop?

The award last year for “DAMN.” upended expectations for a prize that had stuck almost entirely to classical music. What comes next?
Tags: Music, News, Awards, Lamar, Dana, Kendrick, Canedy, Pulitzer Prizes, Decorations and Honors, Kendrick Lamar Will


Women Dominate Shortlist for Booker International Prize

The Polish author Olga Tokarczuk, last year’s winner, was among five women on the shortlist of six for this year’s prize for translated literature.
Tags: News, Awards, Annie, Man Booker International prize, Olga, Juan Gabriel, Vasquez, Books and Literature, Olga Tokarczuk, Man Booker Prize, London (England, Decorations and Honors, Tokarczuk, Flights (Book, Marion Poschmann, The Years (Book


Peabody Awards Tap Ronan Farrow to Host, Announce 2019 Nominees

Ronan Farrow is set to host the 78th Annual Peabody Awards, Variety has learned. Additionally, the Peabody Awards Board of Jurors have announced this year’s 60 nominees across entertainment, news, podcasts, web and documentary categories. “It is our great honor to recognize the most powerful and compelling, but also most brilliant and creative programming of […]
Tags: News, Awards, Ronan Farrow, Peabody Awards, Peabody Awards Board of Jurors


Key Dates Announced for 2020 Golden Globes

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has announced the key dates for the 2020 Golden Globes. The ceremony will air live on NBC from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Jan. 5, 2020. Nominations will be announced on Dec. 9, 2019. Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg hosted the ceremony in January. Below is a […]
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Chris Moyles nominated in the British Podcast Awards

Chris Moyles and The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast are amongst the radio shows shortlisted for an award at the British Podcast Awards 2019. He’s up against BBC Radio 4, BBC Local Radio, Fun Kids and ShoutOut Radio. This year sees new special awards, voted for by the public, and every podcast that’s entered will be in contention for the Podcast of the Year. The judges will also choose a person or company that has championed the podcasting cause to win the Podcast Champion award. Also n...
Tags: Podcasts, Top, Awards, Bbc, Radio, Joan, Peter Crouch, Jim Daly, Graham Hunter, George, Ryan Wilson, BBC Radio, Rachael, Chris Moyles, Katie Piper, Grier


In Bubbles, She Sees a Mathematical Universe

For Karen Uhlenbeck, winner of the Abel Prize for math, a whimsical phenomenon offers a window onto higher dimensions.
Tags: News, Awards, Karen, Physics, Mathematics, Child, Foam, Princeton University, Julia, Institute for Advanced Study, Decorations and Honors, Morawetz, Black Holes (Space, Cathleen S (1923-2017, Your-feed-science, Uhlenbeck


Australian Directors Guild Unveils Nominations for New Look Awards

Warwick Thornton, Garth Davis, Joel Edgerton and Anthony Maras go head to head at the Australian Directors Guild Awards. They are each nominated as best director in the category of films with a budget of A$1 million ($710,0000 and above, for “Sweet Country,” “Mary Magdalene,” “Boy Erased” and “Hotel Mumbai” respectively. The ADG unveiled its […]
Tags: Asia, News, Awards, Global, Joel Edgerton, Mary Magdalene, Garth Davis, ADG, Anthony Maras, Australian Directors' Guild, Warwick Thornton, Warwick Thornton Garth Davis Joel Edgerton


Dan + Shay, Kacey Musgraves Top ACM Winners; Keith Urban Gets Entertainer of Year for First Time

Dan + Shay picked up trophies in three categories Sunday on the Academy of Country Music Awards telecast, while Kacey Musgraves prevailed in two in a ceremony broadcast on CBS from Las Vegas. The entertainer of the year award, meanwhile, in something of an upset, went to Keith Urban, who had never before gotten that […]
Tags: Acm Awards, Kacey Musgraves, News, Awards, Cbs, Las Vegas, Keith Urban, Dan + Shay, Academy of Country Music Awards, Ashley McBryde, Dan Shay Kacey Musgraves Top


‘The Inheritance’ Triumphs at Olivier Awards, and So Does a Gender-Swapping ‘Company’

A six-and-a-half-hour play about the legacy of AIDS in New York won best new play at the British equivalent of the Tonys. “Company” and “Come From Away” were also successful.
Tags: New York, News, Awards, Theater, Matthew, Great Britain, Lopez, Come From Away (Play, Decorations and Honors, Company (Play, The Inheritance (Play


‘Virus,’ ‘Jorel,’ Take Best Feature, Series Prizes at 2nd Quirino Awards

TENERIFE, Spain – Santiago Caicedo’s debut “Virus Tropical” took best feature prize at Quirino Awards in a ceremony held at Tenerife’s auditorium on Saturday April 6. Best TV series award went to Juliano Enrico’s “Jorel’s Brother – Be Broccoli!” and best short kudo to Nara Normande’s “Guaxuma.” Two out of three main prizes went to […]
Tags: News, Awards, Global, Tenerife, Tenerife Spain, Quirino Awards, Santiago Caicedo, Juliano Enrico, Nara Normande


2019 ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Awards Announced

ASCAP Foundation President Paul Williams today announced the recipients of the 2019 ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Awards, which encourage talented young creators of concert music ranging in age from 10 to 30. The 2019 Morton Gould Young Composer Awards composer/judges were: Timo Andres, Martha Mooke, Tamar Muskal, Jeffrey Scott, Robert Sirota, and Edward Smaldone. The 21 recipients of the 2019 Morton Gould Young Composer Awards are listed with their age, current city and state...
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11 Facts about the Christian Book Award Finalists from Lexham Press

The ECPA just released its 2019 Christian Book Award finalists, and we’re excited to share that two Lexham Press titles are finalists! Let’s meet our finalists: The Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Gospels is a finalist in the Bible Reference Works category. Here’s what else you should know about the Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Gospels: It won Christianity Today’s 2019 book award for biblical studies. Sixteen people contributed to the series, including Rev. Dr. Paul H. Wright, th...
Tags: Church, Religion, Awards, ECPA, Lexham Press, Wesley Hill, Gospels, Ben Myers, Church Fathers, Lexham, Grant Osborne, Paul H Wright, Lexham Geographic Commentary, Barry Beitzel, ECPA Christian Book Award, The Apostles Creed


SCNG photographers win multiple awards in LA press photographers annual contest

Southern California News Group photographers Keith Birmingham, Will Lester, Jennifer Cappuccio Maher, Terry Pierson, Sarah Reingewirtz and Mindy Schauer  won multiple photo awards Saturday, March 30, 2019 at the Press Photographers Association of Greater Los Angeles awards ceremony. The PPAGLA is a professional organization comprised of still and video photojournalists, independent photographers and photojournalism students who work with newspapers, television stations, wire services, national n...
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Diana Rigg Reflects on Road to Parity, ‘Avengers’ and ‘Game of Thrones’ Roles

Diana Rigg doesn’t consider herself a warrior. Although she may be known for portraying bold, outspoken — occasionally ruthless — women on stage and screens both big and small, and often comes to mind as one of the few female actors to demand a salary equal to her male screen partner in the ’60s, when […]
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