Living on Earth

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Living on Earth
Genre News: Environmental news, journalism, features, analysis, interviews
Country  United States
Language(s) English
Syndicates PRI Public Radio International
Host(s) Steve Curwood
Creator(s) Steve Curwood
Air dates since April 5, 1991
Audio format Stereophonic
Website www.loe.org
Podcast www.pri.org/living-on-earth.html

Living on Earth is a weekly, hour-long and award-winning environmental news program distributed by Public Radio International. Hosted by Steve Curwood, the program features interviews and commentary on a broad range of ecological issues, exploring how humans interact with their landscape. The show airs on over 300 public radio stations nationwide and reaches 80% of the United States. It is produced and recorded in Somerville, Massachusetts. As an independent media program, Living on Earth (LOE) relies entirely on contributions from listeners and institutions supporting public service including PRI affiliates and PRI. In previous years, the program had been distributed by National Public Radio.

The program has received numerous awards including:

The 2005 Science Journalism Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Radio and Television News Directors Association's Edward R. Murrow Award, Society of Environmental Journalists' The 2002 First Place Award for Reporting on the Environment, and Gracie Allen Awards from the Foundation of American Women in Radio and Television. [1]

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  1. ^ http://www.loe.org/about/awards

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