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Headphones off (and our deep congratulations) to the winners of the 2012 Third Coast / Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition. We’ll reveal “who won what” October 7 at the 2012 Third Coast
Awards Ceremony, hosted by the Kitchen Sisters (tix still available), and will share the results shortly afterward. In the meantime, feast your ears on the year’s best radio stories!
(Listed alphabetically by title)
- The Battle over Billing Codes (USA) by Gregory Warner with editor Betsy Streisand for Marketplace
- Big Ship Diary (USA) by Allison Swaim with editor Cecilia Vaisman for WBEZ Chicago’s series Front and Center
- Living 9/11 (USA) by Marianne McCune and Emily Botein, with editor Karen Frillman and executive producer Chris Bannon for WNYC Radio and PRX, the Public Radio Exchange
- My Parents’ Extreme Tango Makeover (USA) by Yowei Shaw with editors Michele Siegel and David Krasnow for Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, a co-production of PRI and WNYC
- She Sees Your Every Move (USA) by Jonathan Mitchell with editors Michele Siegel and David Krasnow for Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, a co-production of PRI and WNYC
- String (AUS) by Natalie Kestecher with sound engineering by Timothy Nicastri, for ABC Radio National’s 360documentaries
- Teen Contender (USA) by Joe Richman, Sue Jaye Johnson, and Samara Freemark, and narrated by Claressa Shields for Radio Diaries and NPR’s All Things Considered
- What Happened at Dos Erres (USA) by Brian Reed and Habiba Nosheen, co-reported with Sebastian Rotella (ProPublica), Ana Arana (Fundacion MEPI), and edited by Julie Snyder, Nancy Updike and Ira Glass for This American Life from WBEZ Chicago
- Wireless Nights: Overnight Delivery (UK) by Laurence Grissell with Neil McCarthy and Sara Parker for BBC Radio 4
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