Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism Announces the 2013 Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award Winner
Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism today announced that ProPublica's Nikole Hannah-Jones is the winner of the 2013 Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award for her 13-part web series, “Living Apart: Fair Housing in America,” in which Hannah-Jones details the federal government's failure to enforce the Fair Housing Act, which is intended to remove barriers for blacks and Latinos in affluent neighborhoods.
The UN-based World Summit Award (WSA) newly initiated an e-Media & Journalism category for the 2013 contest.
Ten Knight-Bagehot Fellows in economics and business journalism have been named by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism for the 2013-2014 academic year.
TKS received the prestigious "Technical Development Award" from the Japan Newspaper Publishers and Editors Association for the TKS JETLEADER 1500.
Five Emerging Media and Technology Companies in the Running for 'Hot Company of the Year 2013' in this Year's Media Accelerator Programme
Organiser of The Festival of Media, C Squared, today announced the five companies shortlisted in this year’s Media Accelerator Programme (M.A.P).
The Sidney Hillman Foundation Announces 2013 Hillman Prizes for Excellence in Journalism in Service of the Common Good
Awards ceremony Is Tuesday May 7 in New York City.
In an effort to encourage narrative nonfiction storytelling at newspapers across America, the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference and The Dallas Morning News are launching a new writing contest this year.
TownNews.com customers won first place for best website in all five circulation categories of the Nebraska Press Association Better Newspaper Contest.
Star Tribune has won two Pulitzer Prizes.
The Washington Post’s art and architecture critic, Philip Kennicott, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for criticism.
The Tampa Bay Times won journalism’s most prestigious award, the Pulitzer Prize, for Editorial Writing.
Telegraph Media Group in the UK, Verdens Gang in Norway, Dagens Nyheter in Sweden and Kleine Zeitung in Austria are among the winners of the first European Digital Media Awards, presented tonight (15 April) in a ceremony in London by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA).
The Sidney Hillman Foundation announced today that Joe and Harry Gantz have won the April Sidney Award for American Winter, a documentary that follows eight Portland, Oregon-area families struggling to make ends meet in the Great Recession, during the winter of 2011/2012. The film is airing on HBO.