- Delaware Today Magazine
Critics Choice, Best Anchor - Rob Stewart, WHYY Delaware Tonight
- National Federation of Press Women
Best Television Newscast - WHYY Delaware Tonight: Hurricane Ernesto coverage.
Rob Stewart, producer/anchor; Patrick Mairs, Andrea Boyle and Joe Sheeran field reporters; Lisa Shiner, director; Gene Ashley, Zach Maupin, Lyndsey Teague and Will Elliot, photography; Nancy Karibjanian, Friday Forum host.
- Broadcast Pioneers
Hall of Fame - Ed Cunningham
- Philadelphia Magazine
Best of Philadelphia - Local Web site (www.thenextmayor.com)
- Knight Batten Awards
2007 Notable Entry - The Next Mayor project - www.j-lab.org.
- Mid-Atlantic Regional Emmy Awards - NOMINATIONS
WHYY, Bill Marrazzo, President & CEO
Entertainment Program Feature or Segment:
"Artist Isaiah Zagar," Trudi Brown, Executive Producer, Ken Finkel, Executive Director, Karen Smyles, Producer, Pat Warner, Editor
Historic/Cultural - Program Feature or Segment:
"Fabric Workshop" - WHYY TV-12, Trudi Brown, Executive Producer, Ken Finkel, Executive Producer, Karen Smyles, Producer, Pat Warner, Editor
Historic/Cultural - Program or Special:
"Philly's Favorite Kids Show Hosts," Trudi Brown, Executive Producer, Ed Cunningham, Producer, Paul Gluck, Vice-President & General Manager, Pat Warner, Editor
"Children in a Jar"- Natural Light Films/WHYY, Andrea Campbell, Director
Promotion-News & Program-Campaign:
"Wider Horizons- People/Places/Ideas" WHYY TV-12, Glenn Holsten, Producer, Trudi Brown, Executive Producer, Willo Carey, Executive Director, Anne Standish, Manager of Wider Horizons, Pat Warner, Editor
- PBS Development Awards
- Award - Major Giving
- Certificate of Achievement - Special Fundraising Events (A. Roadshow)
- Philadelphia Daily News - 75 Greatest Living Philadelphians
The Philadelphia Daily News ran an article listing the "75 Greatest Living Philadelphians." The selection committee favored those who had given back to the community and demonstrated an "ability to motivate, inspire and improve those around them."
- National Book Foundation Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community
- Terry Gross
- Online News Association
Finalist for "specialty journalism" among small sites TheNextMayor.com
- Magnum Opus Awards
WHYY's Marketing and Public Information teams were honored with two Magnum Opus awards on behalf of Publications Management. Sponsored by the Missouri School of Journalism, the awards honor the unique skills and talents that go into creating effective, custom magazines, newsletters and other collateral. WHYY was recognized for WHYY, It Matters, our 2006 Online Annual Report.
- Mayor's Commission on Technology
Philadelphia City Council has recognized WHYY with a Resolution honoring work the station has done with the Mayor's Commission on Technology (MCOT) to develop a community awareness plan for the analog-to-digital television technology transition.
- MarCom Creative Awards
Platinum Award Winner: WHYY & The WAR (16 pages in the Daily News) - Media Relations/Newspaper Placement category - Jeff Bundy, Lauren Sullivan
Platinum Award Winner: WHYY & The WAR - Media Relations/Publicity Campaign category - Jeff Bundy, Kerri Hanlon, Lauren Sullivan, Anne Standish
Platinum Award Winner: TV12 @ 50 Anniversary Celebration Marketing/Promotional/Special Event category - Art Ellis, Kerri Hanlon
Gold Award Winner: TheNextMayor.com Web Site category - Dan Pohlig, Wendy Warren (Daily News), Jon Snyder (Daily News)
Gold Award Winner: TV12 @ 50 Promotional Materials Promotional Materials Category - Art Ellis, Nora Gully, Alexis Landis
Gold Award Winner: "Young Frankenstein" Tune In Spot - Television/Single Spot category - Audrey Bentham, Dave Mozeleski
Honorable Mention Winner: "Antiques Roadshow in Philadelphia" Spot -Television/Single Spot category - Dave Mozeleski, Pat Warner
- 2007 PRSA Pepperpot Awards
First place Pepperpot: Special Events & Observances (8 days or more) $15K or more
- Columbia Journalism Award
- PAB Awards, WHYY was honored with five awards from the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters.
Morning Edition Outstanding Local Newscast Award
Life Stories: Remembering Philadelphia's Victims of Gun Violence Outstanding Public Service Campaign Award.
TheNextMayor.com best Radio Website.
WHYY's Experience series, Outstanding Public Affairs Program/Series Award
Philly's Favorite Kids Show Hosts Outstanding Documentary Program.
- PPTN Neighborhood Awards
Best Neighbor Award presented to WHYY and the Philadelphia Daily News for their partnership to promote the Ken Burns Documentary The WAR. Jeff Bundy, Lauren Sullivan, Anne Standish.
- Edward R. Murrow Awards, 2008 Regional Large-Market Radio
Awarded to the WHYY newsteam for Morning Edition newscast anchored by Brenda Jorett
Awarded to Joel Rose for Sports reporting for his story "Phillies 10,000th Loss"