'Irredeemable' wins national award for 'Best Series'

Jun 27, 2018

Reporter Morgan Springer.
Credit Aaron Selbig

IPR’s series “Irredeemable" has won two national awards from Public Radio News Directors, Incorporated. 

“Irredeemable" examines the human side of a legal battle over juveniles sentenced to life in prison. It won a first place award for Best Series at the annual PRNDI conference, held last week in Philadelphia. The episode “Tortured Choice” also won a second place award in the category “Best Short Documentary." “Irredeemable,” reported by IPR’s Morgan Springer, debuted in October 2017. In April, the series won a 2018 regional Edward R. Murrow award from the Radio Television Digital News Association.