2022 Salute to Excellence Professional Radio and Podcast Nominees

RADIO

Radio – Market 16 and Below: Feature

NC’s Black Cowboy Clubs Keep Spirit of Frontier Alive

Nick de la Canal

WFAE – Charlotte, NC

 

Overlooked Trailblazer: Before Rosa Parks, Sarah Keys Refused to Back Down

Jay Price, Brent Wolfe, Lindsay Thomas

WUNC North Carolina Public Radio, Chapel Hill, NC

 

What’s in a Black Name?

Lindsay Foster Thomas, Leoneda Inge, Will Michaels

WUNC North Carolina Public Radio, Chapel Hill, NC

 

Radio – Market 16 and Below: News Series

The Killing of Andrew Brown, Jr.

Lindsay Thomas, Staff

WUNC North Carolina Public Radio, Chapel Hill, NC

 

Radio – Market 16 and Below: Public Affairs: Segment

‘Time To Go’: Faculty of Color Explain What Made Them Ready to Leave UNC Chapel Hill

Lindsay Foster Thomas, Liz Schlemmer, Dave DeWitt

WUNC North Carolina Public Radio, Chapel Hill, NC

 

Law Enforcement from the Police Perspective

Barbara Hamm Lee, Lisa Godley, Todd Washburn

WHRO Public Media, Norfolk, VA

 

Radio – Top 15 Markets: Commentary

Why Are There So Few Black Competitive Swimmers? 

Callie Crossley

WGBH Radio & TV, Boston, MA

 

The 2021 CBC Massey Lectures by Esi Edugyan – “Out of the Sun: On Race and Storytelling”

Greg Kelly, Esi Edugyan, Philip Coulter, Greg Kelly

CBC Radio IDEAS

 

On My Mind

Tommy Tomlinson

WFAE, Charlotte, NC

 

Radio – Top 15 Markets: Documentary

Chicago’s Restrictive Covenants

Natalie Moore, Alden Loury

WBEZ Chicago, 91.5FM, Chicago, IL

 

This Sand is My Sand: The Stolen Legacy of Bruce’s Beach

Corbin Carson

KFI News Los Angeles, Burbank, CA

 

Social Media Platforms ‘Benefit from the Intersections of Racism and Capitalism’

Samraweet Yohannes, Michelle Parise, Nora Young, Elizabeth Hadfield

CBC Radio: SPARK

 

Radio – Top 15 Markets: Feature

Black Bostonians Fled to Atlanta to Escape Racism. They’re Not Coming Back, No Matter Who’s Elected Mayor.

Phillip Martin, Kenneth Cooper

GBH News, Boston’s Local NPR

 

Six Black D.C.-Area Women Share Their Struggles with Racism on the Path to Motherhood

Dee Dwyer

WAMU 88.5, DCist

 

Celebrate 50 Years of Philadelphia International Records’ Iconic ‘Phillysound’ Soul Music

Callie Crossley , Hannah Uebele, David Goodman

GBH, Boston, MA

 

Radio – Top 15 Markets: Investigative

Student Loans Weigh Heavily on Black and Latino Borrowers in North Carolina

Gracyn Doctor

WFAE – Charlotte, NC

 

Drowning in Debt

María Inés Zamudio, Alden Loury

Staff of WBEZ Chicago , 91.5FM, Chicago, IL

 

Radio – Top 15 Markets: News: Series

Rise in Deportations Spawns Effort to Aid Deportees Struggling in Haiti

Tim Padgett

WLRN 91.3 FM Miami, FL

 

Unseen: The Boy Victims of the Sex Trade

Phillip Martin, Jenifer McKim, Paul Singer,  Emily Judem, Meredith Nierman

GBH News, Boston’s Local NPR

 

Radio – Top 15 Markets: Public Affairs: Segment

Faith & Race: A WHYY Conversation

Cherri T. Gregg, Malcolm Byrd

WHYY, Inc., Philadelphia, PA & Forum Philly

 

Radio – Network: Feature

Fatal Police Shootings of Unarmed Black People Reveal Troubling Patterns

Cheryl W. Thompson

NPR, Washington, D.C.

 

Black Businesses Get Creative to Survive

Debbie Elliott, Vickie Walton-James

NPR News, Washington, D.C.

 

Racial Covenants, a Relic of the Past, are Still on the Books Across the Country

Cheryl W. Thompson, Natalie Moore, Corinne Ruff, Cristina Kim, Roxana Popescu

PODCAST

Podcast: Arts and Culture

Silence is Not an Option with Don Lemon

Don Lemon

CNN

 

A Reckoning in Tulsa

Carla Wills, Amy Briggs, Eli Chen, Davar Ardalan, Hansdale Hsu

National Geographic, Washington, D.C.; Music by PUSH.Audio

 

The Stoop: 40 Acres and a Question

Leila Day, Hana Baba

KALW /The Stoop, San Francisco, CA

 

Un(re)solved Podcast

James Edwards, Michelle Mizner, Max Green, Lucie Sullivan, Cheryl Devall

FRONTLINE

 

Podcast: Commentary and Discussion

The Stoop: Head on a Swivel

Leila Day, Hana Baba

KALW /The Stoop, San Francisco, CA

 

The ARC of Justice

Lindsay Thomas

WUNC North Carolina Public Radio, Durham, NC

Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy, Durham, NC

 

Silence is Not an Option with Don Lemon

Don Lemon

CNN, New York, NY

 

When “Bail Reform” Isn’t

70 Million Podcast Season 4 Episode 9 Staff

 

Into America: Blood On Black Wall Street

MSNBC, New York, NY

 

Podcast: Lifestyle

The Stoop: IVF and US

Leila Day, Hana Baba

KALW /The Stoop, San Francisco, CA

 

The Stoop: Invisible Scars

Leila Day, Hana Baba

KALW /The Stoop, San Francisco, CA

 

The Stoop: Black, Grown, and Autistic

Leila Day, Hana Baba

KALW /The Stoop, San Francisco, CA

 

Podcast: Sports

Into America: Freedom in the Final Round

MSNBC, New York, NY

Into America: Beyond the Fist: Activism at the Games

MSNBC, New York, NY

 

 

Corrections will be received from nominees/submitters until Monday, July 18 at 2 p.m. ET. Any corrections received after this time will be reflected online only and not in published listings. To submit a correction email awards@nabj.org.

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