National Public Radio for Coverage of 9/11 and the War in Afghanistan

The depth of NPR's reporting and technical staff is proven in the radio network's coverage of 9/11 and the subsequent war in Afghanistan. From the moment the World Trade Center was first hit, NPR maintained its calm, intelligent perspective with reports that combine fine writing, word paintings, keen observations, natural sound that is gripping and silences that are equally so. NPR has created a new benchmark for international reporting on American radio that is both sophisticated and sustained. Its corps of foreign correspondents has met the challenge of reporting fast-moving developments amid real physical dangers. NPR performs an exceedingly important journalistic role in America.

The staff of National Public Radio; Barbara Rehm, managing editor; Bruce Drake, vice president for news.

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