Boston (September 30, 2022) - FRONTLINE, the investigative journalism series based at Boston public media producer GBH, has been honored with four awards at the 43rd annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards. The winners were announced at the two-night ceremony in New York City on September 28 and 29.

“We’re deeply honored to be recognized by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences at this year’s News and Documentary Emmy Awards,” said Jon Abbott, president and CEO of GBH. “The range of winning FRONTLINE projects is awe-inspiring. Bravo to everyone at GBH who contributed to these powerful programs.”

In the news reporting category, Yemen’s Covid Cover Up won in the “Outstanding Investigative News Coverage: Long Form” category. This powerful documentary in association with BBC News Arabic follows Yemen-born journalist Nawal al-Maghafi as she returns to her home country to investigate how COVID has deepened what has been called the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.

Boeing’s Fatal Flaw, a partnership with the New York Times, explored the commercial pressures, flawed design and failed oversight behind Boeing’s 737 Max jet and the crash that killed 346 people. The film was honored in the “Outstanding Business, Consumer or Economic Coverage” category.

Two FRONTLINE projects were honored with Documentary Emmy Awards. A Thousand Cuts was recognized in the “Outstanding Social Issue Documentary” category. This piece investigates the escalating war between the government and the press in the Philippines and follows renowned journalist Maria Ressa, who has become a top target of President Rodrigo Duterte’s crackdown on the news.

The multiplatform investigation Un(re)solved won in the “Outstanding Interactive Media: Innovation” category. In collaboration with Ado Ato Pictures, StoryCorps, Black Public Media, the Northeastern University Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project, PBS and GBH, the project examines a federal effort to grapple with America’s legacy of racist killings through the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crime Act.

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