Pubcasters are celebrating lots of George Foster Peabody Awards today. PBS received six — double the amount won by any other organization. Those winners are: “Jerome Robbins: Something to Dance About” on American Masters; “The Madoff Affair” on Frontline; two for Independent Lens, “The Order of Myths” and “Between the Folds”; “Endgame” from Masterpiece; and KCET’s “Inventing LA: The Chandlers and their Times.” KCET also scored for “Up in Smoke,” on medical marijuana. Other pubcasting winners: Sesame Street; “The Great Textbook War,” from West Virginia Public Broadcasting; “Hard Times” from Oregon Public Radio; Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson’s coverage of Afghanistan for National Public Radio; WAMU-FM’s The Diane Rehm Show; and NPR.org (” . . . one of the great one-stop websites. And there’s music you can dance to,” noted the Peabody announcement); and The awards will be presented May 17 at a luncheon at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. Diane Sawyer will host. The full list of winners is available on the Peabody website.