The following programming has won regional Emmy awards as well as national awards from Public Radio News Directors Incorporated (PRNDI). PRNDI has the only national contest recognizing outstanding public radio news reporting at local stations. This year, Connecticut Public Radio graduated from PRNDI’s Division A (for mid-sized public radio stations) to Division AA (for news staffs of 16 or more). As one of the smallest stations now competing with colleagues in the largest markets in the country, we are proud to say that Connecticut Public Radio won three national awards in our new PRNDI Division. Connecticut Public Television was also honored with five Boston-New England Emmy Awards from The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Second-place PRNDI Division AA Award: Call-in Programs
This episode of The Colin McEnroe Show asks whether President Donald Trump is trying to make us believe his own version of reality.
Second-place PRNDI Division AA Award: News Feature
This report follows the struggles of Norwalk High School Student Owen Lynch.
Second-place PRNDI Division AA Award: Continuing Coverage
This ongoing reporting initiative covers the aftermath of the storm both on the island and in Connecticut.
Boston-New England Emmy Award: Photographer-Program and Education/Schools
This original documentary explores the inspiring experiential teaching techniques used at a Connecticut school.
Boston-New England Emmy Award: Interstitial
This short video is part of the a series about passionate CT chefs, cooks, and restaurant mavens.
Boston-New England Emmy Award: Informational/Instructional
This documentary explains why most people don't react to suspicious behaviors.
Boston-New England Enmmy Award: Director Non-Live (Post Produced)
This Sharing Connecticut series shares performances by Connecticut musicians who perform their original songs in iconic settings around the state.