1. The 76 million babies born between 1946 and 1964 changed America; their impact on the economy, educational system and job market continues. This documentary, produced by baby boomers, is a humorous and enlightening hour of television about that change.

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    James Eaton, Phyllis Ward, John Ketcham, Paul Wise

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  2. The dangers of geopolitics and the frailty of humanity are painfully close with this penetrating account of nine idealistic Americans brutally murdered for their dreams in war-torn El Salvador. It is serous television, difficult to watch because of its unflinching honesty.

    Credits:
    James Eaton, Phyllis Ward, John Ketcham, Paul Wise

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  4. This series of reports about odor pollution in Jacksonville was a call to action, spurring for the first time odor control legislation by city government, the mayor and the Environmental Protection Board. WJXT doggedly stayed with this explosive story through rebroadcasts and updates, which were well-written and thoroughly researched.

    Credits:
    Mel Martin, Roberta Gordon, Jerry Levine, Cliff Cohen, Joan Bowditch

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  5. These 13 hours of spellbinding, journalistically exemplary television have deservedly been called a landmark in American broadcast journalism and the most important and most compelling documentary series ever made. The power and importance of this series will endure.

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1985 duPont Winners

Alfred I. duPont Awards PRO

Winners of the 1985 Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards

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