The International News Media Association (INMA) today announced 90 finalists in the INMA Awards 2014 competition that rewards global excellence in the marketing and sales of media brands.
A misguided and scrapped initiative reminds us that the government should stay out of newsrooms.
ProPublica announced today that the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation has named it one of seven nonprofits around the world to receive the 2014 MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions, which recognizes creativity and impact.
A team of reporters from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has been awarded USC Annenberg’s 2014 Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting for their series “Deadly Delays.”
Barbara Davidson received first place honors for a portfolio of images from 2013 that depicted trauma surgeons at work.
In a year of powerful journalism accomplishments, the National Press Foundation has announced recipients of some of the most prestigious awards in journalism.
Robert Moore is being honored for leading the investigative reporting that uncovered a cheating scandal involving the El Paso Independent School District.
Coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings, national security and international elections by news organizations large and small took top honors Saturday night at the 2013 Online Journalism Awards Banquet, which ended the Online News Association Conference.
BostonGlobe.com and Boston.com won the 2013 Online News Association award for breaking news for coverage of the April Marathon bombings and their aftermath.
Each year, the International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) honors three women journalists with the Courage in Journalism Award to shine a spotlight in their courage and to promote the importance of a free press.
This year, The Villages (Fla.) Daily Sun won the Best In Show Award in the color category and Best In Show in the black-and-white category.
The Gazette’s Career Site, powered by Adicio, won first place for Best Niche Site Produced by a Local Newspaper in the Local Media Association’s 2013 Best In Digital Media Contest.
The Dallas Morning News today announced that editorial writer, Rodger Jones, has been named the 2013 National Opinion Journalist of the Year by the Association of Opinion Journalists (AOJ). Jones was chosen from a category of newspapers with a circulation of 100,000 and more.