Carl Byker (Producer) has won the Primetime Emmy for best non-fiction series of the year, what is ed
two Columbia DuPont silver baton awards, shop two Independent Documentary Association awards for best series of the year, the Peabody award, the Kodak “Vision Award” from the Producers’ Guild of America, and the Investigative Reporter and Editors’ award for best multi-platform project of the year for a collaboration with NPR, Pro Publica and Frontline. In 2014, the Nobel Peace Prize committee tweeted a link to Carl’s film “The Slave Raider” to the world at the same time it announced that the film’s subject, Kailash Satyarthi, had won the award. Carl’s teleplays have also been nominated six times by the Writers’ Guild of America for best non-fiction television script of the year and have won the award twice. Carl’s films include: “The Meth Epidemic,” for Frontline; “Post Mortem,” for Frontline, “The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century,” for PBS and the BBC; “The Human Quest,” for PBS and “The New Heroes” for PBS.