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KNBC Wins Peabody Award For 'Burning Questions'

POSTED: 7:13 am PDT April 6, 2006
UPDATED: 9:23 am PDT April 11, 2006

KNBC-TV Channel 4 won a Peabody Award for "Burning Questions," a four-part investigative series confirming health and safety concerns about a multi-acre commercial-residential development built on a site that includes a leaking subterranean gas reservoir.

KNBC News Release
Video: Part I | Video: Part II | Video: Part III | Video: Part IV

Producer Frank Snepp and anchor/reporter Paul Moyer were recognized for excellence in broadcast journalism with the University of Georgia's George Foster Peabody Award. Principal photography on the honored series was by David Fernandez, Jose Hernandez, Hernan Vazquez, Mark James, Daniel Peek, Joel Cooke and Ben Weatherly. Jim Hourani was the editor.

The winners of the Peabody Awards were chosen by a 16-member panel of television critics, broadcast and cable industry executives and experts in culture and the arts. The awards will be presented June 5 at a luncheon at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City.


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