VPR Wins Four 2009 PRNDI Awards

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Vermont Public Radio has won four 2009 PRNDI Awards. Public Radio News Directors Incorporated is a non-profit professional association that exists to improve local news and information programming by serving public radio journalists. The PRNDI Awards is the only national competition devoted to rewarding outstanding local public radio news.

VPR was honored in the documentary, commentary, continuing coverage and interview categories.

Click on the links below the category titles to listen to the stories.


Continuing Coverage: The Brooke Bennett Murder

Community holds vigil for Brooke Bennett

Vermont man charged with kidnapping Bennett could face death penalty

Funeral held for Brooke Bennett

VT Edition Interview: Attorney General Bell Sorrell on Sex Offender Laws

Bennett case sparks debate over how to reduce sexual violence

Some question whether tougher penalties actually make public safer

Deadlock continues over special legislative session

Some prosecutors question "Jessica’s Law"

Douglas Symington disagree over how to fight sex crimes

Sorrell says funding special investigative units should be top priority

Advocates say more prevention programs needed to reduce child sex abuse

Committee will recommend stronger law for sex crimes

Lt. Gov candidates disagree over sex offender laws

Senate committee unveils new sexual assault law



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