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Prairie Public receives 'Classic' Telly Awards

In honor of the 30th anniversary of the Telly Awards, Prairie Public Broadcasting has been honored with "Classic" Telly Awards for "The Germans from Russia, Children of the Steppe, Children of the Prairie" and for "Prairie Crosses, Prairie Voices...

In honor of the 30th anniversary of the Telly Awards, Prairie Public Broadcasting has been honored with "Classic" Telly Awards for "The Germans from Russia, Children of the Steppe, Children of the Prairie" and for "Prairie Crosses, Prairie Voices."

The awards were presented to award-winning programs from the past 29 years that merited special recognition.

"The Germans from Russia" program was produced in 1999 and is the story of the agricultural pioneers whose quest for land and peace shaped them into a distinctive and enduring ethnic group.

"Prairie Crosses, Prairie Voices," produced in 2002, follows the traditional iron art form that crossed continents and oceans and survived famine and war to be reborn on the Great Plains of America and Canada.

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