The Whitney Reynolds Show Earns a Coveted Telly Award

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The Telly was Awarded for Excellence of the Episode, "Overcoming Racism."

PBS’ The Whitney Reynolds Show earned a bronze at the Telly Awards on May 27th, 2020. The Telly Awards recognizes excellence in television and video. The winning episode focused on racism in America; the harsh presence and the challenges it poses today. Host and Executive Producer, Whitney Reynolds dedicates the show to educating on real topics to inform, guide, and provide hope to individuals.

This episode is especially critical considering the current state of relations. “I am so grateful and honored to be a safe space for all stories. Especially the show that one us our first Telly,” Overcoming Racism. – Whitney Reynolds
This is the third recognition for The Whitney Reynolds Show. It has also been Emmy nominated and is a Stevie Award Winner for “Video of the Year.” The Telly Awards honors excellence in television and video in various categories. For over forty years, the organization has highlighted those that tell great stories. The winning episode and others can be viewed nationally on the PBS app, via, Amazon Prime, and directly at Whitney, in addition to the local PBS stations Illinois, Wisconsin, Florida, Indiana, Michigan and Iowa.

Whitney Reynolds is also the host of Whitney’s Women on IHeartRadio and contributes to The Glu, Chicago Parent Magazines. She is also an avid philanthropist and advocate for change. She is a graduate of Baylor University and began her broadcasting career as an intern at GMA. Reynolds resides in Lakeview, Chicago with her husband David and twins, Marlowe and Acher.

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