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Tue April 23, 2013
NHPR Awarded Three Regional Murrow Awards
New Hampshire Public Radio was awarded 2013 Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards (for Region 10, Small Market) in three categories: Writing, News Documentary, and Use of Sound/Video.
Best Writing: Todd Bookman - Traditional Pork Production Finds Home In N.H.
On Edward Epsen’s farm in Salisbury, New Hampshire, around 40 pigs are doing what lucky pigs get to do: forage for acorns and graze in pastures high with Timothy grass.
“So we are going to be killing this pig here, and the other one that was walking around on this side of the electric net," says Epsen. “It slipped out of sight for the moment…oh, there he is.”
The two that will die in a few minutes are American Mulefoots, a rare breed known for its lard. (Full story text)
Best News Documentary: Keith Shields - New Hampshire's Immigration Story
NHPR presents a one-hour special that takes a look at immigration in New Hampshire. This program is the culmination of NHPR’s year-long editorial initiative that has explored immigration in New Hampshire from a variety of different perspectives, from legal and legislative issues to real-world experience from a refugee family adjusting to their new life in the U.S. This program will give us a glimpse into New Hampshire’s immigrant history with stories of our past that will provide context and depth for the issues and stories that are changing the face of New Hampshire today.
Best Use of Sound/Video: Taylor Quimby - The Discovery Of Singing Mice
Studies out of Duke University have discovered that everyone’s favorite lab rat, the humble mouse, has a penchant for singing – and more importantly, singing in tune...in a way. Producer Taylor Quimby is Word of Mouth’s always willing investigator of strange science, and he has the story.