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FRONTLINE Executive Producer, David Fanning, Visits WPBT

Davidp Last week, WPBT had a special guest visiting our studios and meeting with our staff. David Fanning, executive producer of FRONTLINE, which turned 25 years old this season spent a while talking about the series, one of the first to use the internet as an extension of the broadcast, and the earliy history of the series, which featured WPBT as a partner.
David Fanning has been executive producer of FRONTLINE since its first season in 1983. After 25 seasons and more than 500 films, FRONTLINE remains America's only regularly scheduled investigative documentary series on television. The series has won all of the major awards for broadcast journalism, including  Emmys,  duPont-Columbia University Awards,  Peabody Awards and Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards. In 1990 and in 1996, FRONTLINE was recognized with the Gold Baton -- the highest duPont-Columbia Award -- for its "total contribution to the world of exceptional television." In 2002, the series was honored with an unprecedented third Gold Baton for its post-Sept. 11 coverage, a series of seven hour-long documentaries on the origins and impact of terrorism. In 2003, A Dangerous Business, a FRONTLINE/New York Times joint investigation of the cast-iron pipe-making industry was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for public service. And in 2007, the series won a Special Emmy Award for Excellence in Television Documentary Filmmaking
You can see and hear Fanning's visit on uVu and you can watch previous episodes of FRONTLINE here.


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