Awards & Winners

United Nations Radio

United Nations Radio is the international broadcasting service of the United Nations. The radio broadcast is part of the World Radio Network. In the United States of America, the broadcast can be heard on Sirius Satellite Radio/XM Satellite Radio via the World Radio Network. The radio station is the voice of the United Nations, and its purpose is to promote the "... universal ideals of the United Nations, including peace, respect for human rights, gender equality, tolerance, economic and social development and the upholding of international law." UN Radio broadcasters produce content that includes weekly and daily radio programmes, newspots, features, interviews, sound bites and raw audio for some 400 clients around the world. According to the website, UN Radio produces about 1,200 features per year. UN Radio content is distributed around the world via the internet, FTP, ISDN and telephone lines.

Awards by United Nations Radio

Check all the awards nominated and won by United Nations Radio.


Peabody Award
(Institutional Award: United Nations Radio and Television for Promotion of International Understanding)


Peabody Award
(Institutional Award: Contribution to International Understanding)