Awards & Winners

Worth McDougald

Worth McDougald was an American journalism educator who oversaw the Peabody Awards for nearly 30 years, from 1963–1991. McDougald grew up in Statesboro, Georgia. In World War II, McDougald served in the United States Navy in the Pacific Theater, then returned to Emory University to complete his degree. He became an assistant professor at the University of Georgia in 1949, then earned an M.A. degree in Political Science from UGA in 1954 and the PhD degree from the Ohio State University in 1964. He was later called to active duty during the Korean War. "Dr. Mac," as he was known on campus, served in a variety of roles, including head of the Department of Radio-Television-Film. McDougald was named to the Georgia Broadcasting Hall of Fame.

Awards by Worth McDougald

Check all the awards nominated and won by Worth McDougald.


Peabody Award
(Personal Award on the occasion of McDougald's retirement for his 2+ decades in service to the Peabody Awards as director)