The Tulsa Press Club announces the winners of the 2015 Great Plains Journalism Awards, which recognizes the best newspaper and magazine journalism in eight states: Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota and North Dakota.
Star Tribune Media Co., Minnesota’s largest news organization, today announced it earned a record 43 awards from the Society for News Design, whose annual “Best of News Design” competition draws thousands of entries from around the world.
The Community Newspaper Holdings, Inc. announced their best of CNHI awards for 2014 editorial content.
The American Society of Newspaper Editors announced the winners and finalists of the 2015 ASNE Awards for distinguished writing and photography.
Dan Balz, chief correspondent of The Washington Post, was awarded the prestigious Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting on Monday night.
The McClatchy Co.'s Christian Hendricks was given Borrell Associates' Award of Merit for his efforts in local digital media and innovation.
89 finalists Selected in INMA Awards 2015 Competition, Rewarding Top Media Sales and Marketing Initiatives
The International News Media Association (INMA) today announced 89 finalists in the INMA Awards 2015 competition. The annual competition rewards global excellence in sales and marketing among media companies.
Reporters who uncovered systemic failure within the Secret Service and the Department of Veterans Affairs, and whose work led to reforms at both federal agencies, were among the winners of the George Polk Awards in Journalism for 2014, announced on Sunday by Long Island University, which administers the prizes.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch won the top newswriting and photography sweepstakes awards as well as the general excellence award in the largest circulation category in the Missouri Associated Press Managing Editors contest.
The award was announced at the association’s awards banquet during the INA 2015 Convention and Trade Show held in Des Moines.
“Innocents Lost” chronicled the deaths of 477 children whose families had been known by Florida child welfare authorities.
The reporter has covered Japan’s economy, trade and politics for more than three decades.
The photographer died in December while covering the African Ebola crisis.