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'Big Sky, Big Money' wins Emmy

Posted: Oct. 3, 2013 | Tags: Frontline

"Big Sky, Big Money," a 2012 PBS FRONTLINE documentary produced in association with the Investigative Reporting Workshop, won an Emmy at the 34th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards presented at a ceremony in the Time Warner Center in New York City Oct. 1.

The program, about money and politics in Montana, won for Outstanding Long-Form Investigative Journalism. It was produced and directed by Rick Young; additional producers were Megan Larson and Anthony Szulc. 

More stories and the work of Marketplace reporters who collaborated on the project can be found on the Workshop's site. 





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