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Metro Connection awards

2013

Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters Association Awards:
Outstanding Public Affairs Program
Outstanding Use of Sound: "Library of Congress Preserves a Treasure Trove Underground” by Rebecca Sheir
Outstanding Feature/Human Interest Story: “D.C.’s ‘Marathon Man’ of Jazz Celebrates a Lifetime of Making Music” by Rebecca Sheir
Outstanding Specialty Reporting: Sabri Ben-Achour, Environmental Reporter

2012

Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters Association Awards:
Outstanding Public Affairs Program
Outstanding Feature/Human Interest Story: "Playing to Win: The D.C. Sled Sharks," by Emily Berman

2010

Public Radio News Directors Incorporated Awards:
Use of Sound, First Place, Rebecca Sheir, "J Street, Traffic Circles, and The Swamp That Never Was"
Writing, Second Place, Rebecca Sheir, "J Street, Traffic Circles, and The Swamp That Never Was"
News Feature, Second Place, Sabri Ben-Achour, "A Stingray By Any Other Name Would Taste the Same"

2009

Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters' Association Awards: Best Public Affairs Program; Best Documentary/In-Depth Reporting for freelancer Dan Charles' "Whole School Makeover;" Best Specialty Reporting for Sabri Ben-Achour's "A Stingray by Another Name Would Taste the Same;" Best Use of Natural Sound for Kavitha Cardoza's "Bringing Home the Fallen."

Public Radio News Directors, Inc.: Awards to Sabri Ben-Achour's "A Stingray by Any Other Name Would Taste the Same" (News Feature) and Rebecca Sheir's "J Street, Traffic Circles and the Swamp That Never Was" (Use of Sound, Writing)

2008

Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters' Association Award: Best Enterprise Reporting for Kavitha Cardoza's "Global Real Estate in Your Back Yard."

2007

Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters' Association Award: Best Documentary/In-depth for "Immigration Stories."

Senior commentator Fred Fiske celebrates sixty years in broadcasting.

2004

Edward R. Murrow Award: Best Feature category for the one-hour special, "An African Oedipus in Athens."

2003

American Association of University Women's 2003 Mass Media Award: David Furst is honored for excellence in reporting on issues in the Washington, D.C., area.

Edward R. Murrow Award: Best Feature category for the one-hour special, "The Washington Opera Goes to Japan."

2002

Sigma Delta Chi Award: Best Feature category for the one-hour special, "The Washington Opera Goes to Japan."

New York Festivals: Bronze World Medal for Best News/Documentary Special for coverage of September 11.

March of Dimes: Achievement in Radio Award in the Best Public Affairs Long Form category for special coverage of September 11.

NPR

A 19th-Century Novel Explains Quantitative Easing

This week, the Federal Reserve ended the quantitative easing program. Author John Lanchester says Anthony Trollope's 19th-century novel, The Way We Live Now, clarifies the current financial situation.
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Cash For Halloween Candy? Dentists' Buyback Program Is Booming

If you're like many parents, by tomorrow morning you'll be facing a candy glut. One possible solution? Sell it to a dentist participating in a program that sends candy care packages to troops.
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In New Hampshire, Two Different Tales Of Scott Brown's State Jump

The very close U.S. Senate race in New Hampshire could come down to where Republican challenger Scott Brown is from.
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After Mass Protests, Hungary Gives Up On Internet Tax

The government had proposed taxing Internet usage, but opponents claimed it the government was trying to impose a digital iron curtain on Hungary.

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