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First Plac
NPR
"Planet Money Makes A T-Shirt"
Alex Blumberg, Joshua Davis, Kainaz Amaria, Brian Boyer, Alyson Hurt, Wes Lindamood, Claire O’Neill, David Gilkey, Nacho Corbella, Eric Helton, David Nevala, Katie Hayes Luke, James Jensen, Soren Jensen, Jeremy Bowers, Danny DeBelius, Drew Kennedy, Suzanne Batmanghelichi, Adam Cole, Quoctrung Bui, Zoe Chace, Jacob Goldstein, Jess Jiang, Caitlin Kenney, David Kestenbaum, Marianne McCune and Robert Smith

Second Place
Los Angeles Times
"A Soldier's Wife"
Rick Loomis – Video and Photography; Spencer Bakalar – Producer; Liz O. Baylen – Producer; Colin Baylen – Music; Colin Crawford – Executive Producer

Third Place
The New York Times
"Hers to Lose"
Brent McDonald and Stephen Maing - produced and directed; Brent McDonald - lead video journalist; Stephen Maing - lead editor; Catherine Spangler - editor; Emma Cott, Matthew Orr, Zena Barakat, Stephen Farrell and AJ Chavar - video journalist; Richard L. Berke - senior editorial advisor; Nancy Donaldson - supervising producer; Michael Rubens - executive producer

Award of Excellence
TIME Magazine
"Healing Bobby"
Directed by Peter van Agtmael; Camera and Sound: Gaia Squarci, Jared Moossy; Editors: Christina Clusiau, Shaul Schwarz; Producer: Paul Moakley; Executive Producers: Kira Pollack, Shaul Schwarz, Ian Orefice

 
First Place
NPR
Alex Blumberg, Joshua Davis, Kainaz Amaria, Brian Boyer, Alyson Hurt, Wes Lindamood, Claire O’Neill, David Gilkey, Nacho Corbella, Eric Helton, David Nevala, Katie Hayes Luke, James Jensen, Soren Jensen, Jeremy Bowers, Danny DeBelius, Drew Kennedy, Suzanne Batmanghelichi, Adam Cole, Quoctrung Bui, Zoe Chace, Jacob Goldstein, Jess Jiang, Caitlin Kenney, David Kestenbaum, Marianne McCune and Robert Smith

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"Planet Money Makes A T-Shirt"

We wanted to see the hidden world behind clothes sold in the US, so we made a T-shirt and followed its creation across 3 continents. What we found - there is nothing ordinary about a simple T-shirt.

 

 

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