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Norman Lear, Beyonce's Lemonade, Donald Glover's Atlanta, the Julia Louis-Dreyfus starrer Veep and documentaries O.J.: Made in America and 13th are among the winners for this year's Peabody Awards.
The honorees for the 76th annual awards, selected by a board of jurors including The Hollywood Reporter's Editor-at-Large Kim Masters, were revealed in a series of announcements and also include Better Things, Horace and Pete and news reports from CBS, CNN and NPR.
The winners consist of two individual and institutional honorees (Lear and the Independent Television Service); 12 documentary winners (including O.J. and 13th); seven entertainment winners (Lemonade, Atlanta, Veep, Better Things, Horace and Pete, Happy Valley, National Treasure) and 11 honorees in the categories of news, public service, radio/podcast and web (including the CBS, CNN and NPR winners).
The Peabody Award winners will be celebrated at a May 20 gala in New York, hosted by Rashida Jones, which will be taped for a TV special to air on PBS and Fusion on June 2 at 9 p.m. ET. The awards are based at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia.
A complete list of winners announced so far, along with the Peabody jurors' description of each, follows.
April 20, 8 a.m. Entertainment winners added.
April 25, 8 a.m. Updated with news, public service, radio/podcast and web winners.
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