The OPC will honor David Fanning, founder and executive producer at large of PBS Frontline, with the President’s Award at this year’s Annual Awards Dinner on April 28.
In offering the award to Fanning, OPC President Marcus Mabry said that he "could not imagine a more worthy recipient than you and the team at Frontline, given your extraordinary, defining, work lasting more than three decades."
Last year's Annual Awards Dinner was a singular, inspiring event, as the testimonials below attest. The dinner has emerged as the most prestigious celebration of international journalism.
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"Congratulations on the success of the April 30 Overseas Press Club Awards dinner featuring Dean Baquet, executive editor of The New York Times, as the keynote speaker. The guests were a 'Who's Who' of business, financial and international journalists from all the top media organizations!"
- Renee Edelman, Edelman
"Lenovo is a proud supporter of this elegant evening that celebrates the achievements of the most daring and fearless in international journalism."
- Brion Tingler, Lenovo
"The OPC Awards Dinner is an inspiring evening dedicated to international journalism. Every year our guests are thrilled by hearing the stories that come from the world's bravest correspondents. We've supported the OPC for decades largely because of this amazing dinner."