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'Lost in Detention' wins Imagen award

Posted: Aug. 13, 2012 | Tags: Workshop news

"Lost in Detention," a co-production of the Investigative Reporting Workshop and PBS FRONTLINE, won an Imagen award for Best National Informational Program.

Margaret Ebrahim, a senior editor and co-producer of the film, accepted the award at a dinner last week at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif. The Imagen Foundation, an organization that celebrates Latinos in the entertainment industry as well as the best in programming for and about Latinos, sponsored the event. 

A complete list of the winners of the 27th annual Imagen Awards can be found here.

 




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