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Peabodys Names Four to Board; Call for 2009 Entries

Peabody_9.22.bmpThe Peabody Awards program at the University of Georgia announced four new board members today.

Former Newshour correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault, former PBS VP Alyce Myatt, former ABC, NBC and Miramax executive Allen Sabinson and recently retired Hearst-Argyle news executive Fred Young.

The Peabodys, electronic media’s most coveted prize, is now accepting entries for the calendar year 2009. The entry deadline is January 15, 2010. Original broadcast, cablecast and Webcast programs are eligible.

The 2009 medallions will be announced March 31, 2010.

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The Ticker: Biden, Aniston, Young…

> Vice President-elect Joe Biden will be on Larry King Live on Monday. Today, King discusses the news that the remains found in Florida have been identified as Caylee Anthony‘s.

> The Early Show anchor Harry Smith likes him some Jennifer Aniston: “Alright, baby…you look great, I just, it…mmm…bears mentioning.” Check out the video from this morning.

> SVP for news at Hearst-Argyle Television Fred Young will receive the 2009 Paul White Award from the Radio-Television News Directors Association on April 20. Young retires later this month, and is the first Paul White honoree since 1984 who has spent his career working exclusively in local news.