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Mon March 31, 2014

Awards Honor Iowa Public Radio News

This weekend during the Midwest Journalism Conference, Iowa Public Radio placed in six categories for Northwest Broadcast News Association's Eric Sevareid awards. We are awaiting the results of awards from additional organizations and will post the results when we know.  Here are Iowa Public Radio's Eric Sevareid award winning stories and programs. 

First Place, Hard News: “HUD Claims Housing Discrimination in Dubuque” by Joyce Russell

First Place, Soft Feature: “Refugees Find Home On The Farm” by Amy Mayer
Award of Merit, General Reporting: “Impact of Military Spending Cuts Uneven Among Iowa's Defense Companies” by Durrie Bouscaren

 

Award of Merit, Best use of Sound “Iowa / Hungary Percussion Project Debuts in the United States” by John Pemble
Award of Merit, Documentary: River to River "Iowa Experiments"

  

Award of Merit, Documentary: Talk of Iowa "Crime Victims’ Needs"

Editor Note: Earlier we listed the wrong story by Durrie Bouscaren.