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NABJ Announces Salute to Excellence Winners

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NABJ Announces
Salute to Excellence Winners
 
Photo credit: AJ Shorter Photography
Byron Pitts, anchor and chief national correspondent at ABC News and Harris Faulkner, anchor and host of “Outnumbered Overtime,” at FOX News co-hosted NABJ's Salute to Excellence in Miami during its National Convention & Career Fair. Photos from the Convention will be available online next week.

MIAMI (Aug. 12, 2019) --The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) congratulates the winners of the 2019 NABJ Salute to Excellence Awards.The competition is the only event in the United States that honors exemplary coverage of African/ African-American people or issues exclusively. The Salute to Excellence Awards Gala highlights the work of media organizations and individuals involved in collegiate, digital, print, television, radio, photojournalism, podcasting and public relations/marketing categories.

 

 There were more than 20 main categories and nearly 120 subcategories and winners. 

"Judges were impressed with the caliber of entries, which made it really tough to choose winners in many of the categories because of the exceptional competition," said Executive Director Drew Berry."We congratulate all of our winners and finalists for a job well done.”

Winners were announced Saturday, Aug. 10, at the annual NABJ Salute to Excellence gala during the NABJ Convention & Career Fair in Miami, where more than 4,100 convention attendees gathered -- the largest in the organization's history.

 

Award listings are available as follows or see the full list of 2019 NABJ Salute to Excellence Award winners below.


 

Collegiate & Digital Media Award Winners:
Click here.

 

 
Large Market/Network Radio, Television, Print Award Winners:
Click here.

 

 
Photojournalism, Podcasts, Magazine, PR & Marketing Award Winners:
Click here.

 

 
Small-Medium Market Radio,Television, Print Award Winners:
Click here.

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Radio - Top 15 Markets

 

Radio - Top 15 Markets – Feature

American Anthem: This Little Light of Mine

Eric Charles Deggans - St. Petersburg, FL

WNYC, New York, N.Y.

 

Radio - Top 15 Markets – News: Series

Chicago’s Black Communities Hit Hardest in Opioid Overdoses

Lakeidra D. ChavisRobert Wildeboer

WBEZ Chicago Public Media

 

Special Series: Black Infant Mortality

Priska Neely

KPCC, Southern California Public Radio, Pasadena, KPCC-FM, LAist

 

Radio - Top 15 Markets – Investigative

Where's Granny?: Exposing the Cracks in Pennsylvania's Guardianship System
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

KYW News Radio, Philadelphia, PA

 

Radio - Top 15 Markets – Public Affairs: Segment

The Florida Roundup: How Racism Persists In Latin American Communities

Jessica BakemanNadege GreenBrenda Medina, Bridget O'Brien

 WLRN News, Miami, FL

 

"No One Feels Safe:" How Gun Violence Affects Local Students

Ingalisa SchrobsdorffJeremy Bernfeld, The Kojo Nnamdi Show 

WAMU 88.5 FM, Washington, D.C.

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000 – Investigative

Toxic City: Sick Schools

Barbara LakerWendy RudermanDylan Purcell

The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, PA

 

Squatter City

Jennifer DixonJunfu W. Han

Detroit Free Press, Detroit, MI

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000 – Specialty

Sex Ed and Young Black Women

Aneri Pattani 

The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, PA

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000 – Sports

To Those Who Knew Reggie Lewis Best, Fond Memories are Always Front and Center

Gary Michael Washburn

Boston Globe, Boston, MA

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000 – Single Story

Residents Around Detroit’s ‘Red Zone’ Want Better for Community

Nicquel Terry Ellis

The Detroit News

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000 – News: Series

HBCUs: A Threatened Heritage

A RE:Race Project Studying the Health of the Country's Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Ernie SuggsEric Stirgus

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, GA

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000 – Special Project

Detroit's Demolition Program Under Fire for Lack Of Diversity

Katrease Stafford 

Detroit Free Press, Detroit, MI

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000 – Business

Only Natural

Tory Parrish

Newsday, Melville, NY

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000 – Commentary

Rochelle Riley's Commentary

Rochelle Riley

Detroit Free Press, Detroit, MI

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000 – Feature: Single Story

Bringing a Dark Chapter to Light: Maryland Confronts its Lynching Legacy

Jonathan M. Pitts

The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, MD

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000 – International

Cancer in Haiti

Jacqueline L. Charles

The Miami Herald/ Pulitzer Center, Miami, FL

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000 – Copy Editing

Headlines by Janet Graham, Detroit Free Press

Janet Graham

Detroit Free Press, Detroit, MI

 

Newspaper – Regional Over 100,000 – Feature: Series

This is Corktown

John Carlisle

Detroit Free Press, Detroit, MI

 

The Road to a Rhodes

Susan Snyder

The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, PA

 

Television Top 15 Markets

 

Television Top 15 Markets – Sports

Impact: Rosedale Tigers

Lesli Foster, Sarah GahaganJames HashDarlene DyerSkye Beitler 

WUSA9, Washington, D.C.

 

Television Top 15 Markets – Public Affairs Program

Boston's Black History: Inspiring our Future

Crystal Haynes

Boston 25 WFXT, Dedlham, MA

 

Television Top 15 Markets – Specialty

From Prison to Purpose: A Mother’s Path to Redemption

Adrienne Broaddus 

KARE TV, Minneapolis, MN

 

Television Top 15 Markets – Public Affairs: Segment

Fresh Food, Health Needs Meet in Mattapan

Tina MartinStephanie LeydonHoward Powell

WGBH News, Boston, MA

 

Television Top 15 Markets - Investigative

Exclusive: Alleged Coverup by Public Housing Staff

Janelle Burrell

WCBS-TV, New York, N.Y.

 

Television Top 15 Markets – Public Affairs Interview/Discussion

Bounce Detroit - Spotlight on the News: Inside Michigan's African American Vote

Pravin SitaramanWesley HeathMike BateyChuck Stokes

WXYZ/Channel 7, Southfield, MI

 

Television Top 15 Markets – General Assignment News: Long From

The Changing Face of Tampa

Emerald Sierra MorrowGene YagleMarcus GraysonJim GlynnEric Bungay 

WTSP-TV (CBS), St. Petersburg, FL

 

Television Top 15 Markets – General Assignment News: Short From

Atlanta Remembers Aretha Franklin

Marissa Mitchell

WAGA-TV, Atlanta, GA

 

Television Top 15 Markets – Feature: Short Form

Through a Glass Darkly: 1001 Black Men

Devin Fitzpatrick Fehely

KPIX 5, San Francisco, CA

 

Television Top 15 Markets – Feature: Long Form

Ms. Tibbs: The Journey for Food

Larry Dobey Miller

WUSA 9-TV, Alexandria, VA

 

Television Top 15 Markets - Documentary

Mothers Matter

Jeremy CampbellErin PetersonMatt LivingstonCiara Frisbie, Donesha Aldridge

WXIA 11Alive News, Atlanta, GA

 

Radio - Network

 

Radio – Network – News: Series

Memorializing the Queen of Soul - Aretha Franklin

Pink Cadillacs Line up for Aretha Franklin’s Funeral-  Correspondent Cheryl Corley

Cheryl CorleyDebbie ElliottDenice Rios

NPR, Chicago, IL, Orange Beach, AL, Culver City, CA

 

Radio – Network – Documentary

1968 – How We Got Here: Special Series Marking 50 Years Since the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Debbie Elliott, Vickie Walton-JamesWalter Ray WatsonLaura Smitherman

NPR, Washington, D.C.

 

Newspaper – National

 

Newspaper – National – Feature: Series

Overlooked No More

New York Times Staff

The New York Times, New York, N.Y.

 

Newspaper – National – Photo Story

Voices of Black Voters

Wayne LawrenceAllison PasekElissa CurtisLucy Gilmour

The Wall Street Journal, New York, N.Y.

 

Newspaper – National – Special Project

A Reporting Team Compiled a Database of More than 50,000 Homicides in 50 of the Nation’s Largest Cities over 10 Years and Found Neighborhoods in America Where Murder was Common but Arrests Were Rare

Wesley LoweryKimbriell KellySteven RichTed Mellnik

The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.

 

Newspaper – National – Investigative

"The Gatekeeper:" Manager for Black Actresses Accused of Sexual Harassment

Tracy Jan

The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.

 

Newspaper – National – Business

The Forgotten Ferguson

Tracy Jan

The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.

 

Newspaper – National – Commentary

A Young Athlete, a Politician, and a Group of Black Journalists: The Plights of African Americans Throughout 2018

Carron J. Phillips - Atlanta, GA

New York Daily News

 

Newspaper – National – Feature: Single Story

How Doctors Deal With Racist Patients

Sumathi Reddy

The Wall Street Journal, New York, NY

 

Newspaper – National – News: Single Story

Black Women Candidates for Congress Say They're Reclaiming their Time

Deborah Barfield Berry

USA Today, Washington, D.C.

 

Television Network

 

Television Network – Specialty

Changing the Face of Medicine

Jenn SuozzoKatie BoyleLester HoltEric SalzmanElissa Candiotti

NBC Nightly News, New York, N.Y.

 

Television Network – Sports

B/REAL: Race On

Matt SullivanCarmelo AnthonyPace BowdenRachel RodermanEric Yeboah

Bleacher Report, New York, N.Y.

 

Television Network – Investigative

Undercover with Nigeria's Pushermen

Nima ElbagirLillian LeposoDominique Van HeerdenHassan JohnNick Migwi

CNN, Atlanta, GA

 

Television Network – Public Affairs: Segment

The Legacy of Lynching   (Password - museum)

Oprah WinfreyDenise Schrier CettaMegan KeltyTerry Manning

CBS News 60 Minutes, New York, N.Y.

 

Television Network – Public Affairs: Program

BET News Presents: Angela Rye's Midterm Election Special: Our Vote. Our Power.

Angela RyeMikael MooreJason Samuels , Steve RameyAngela Chambers

BET News, New York, N.Y.

 

Television Network – Feature: Short Form

CBS Evening News - On The Road: Four-year-old Superhero has the Power to Feed the Homeless

Steve HartmanMosheh OinounouJeff GlorKatie Brennan

CBS Evening News, New York, N.Y.

 

Television Network – Feature: Long Form

Becoming Michelle: A First Lady’s Journey with Robin Roberts

ABC News, New York, N.Y.

 

Television Network – General Assignment News: Long Form

Nightline: Stand Your Ground

Steve Osunsami

ABC News, Atlanta, GA

 

Television Network – General Assignment News: Short Form

Nearly 750 Charter Schools are Whiter than the Nearby District Schools

Emmanuel FeltonRehema Ellis

NBC Nightly News, The Hechinger Report, Type Investigations, New York, N.Y.

 

Television Network – International

A Difficult Childhood Forced CNN Hero Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin to Become Self-Reliant, and She Eventually Built a Successful Career in IT

Kathleen TonerJimmy MazzulloMichelle Genece PattersonChristie O'ReillyMark Doctrow 

CNN, New York, N.Y.

 

Television Network – Documentary

SC Featured: Respect

ESPN Features

 

Photojournalism

 Photojournalism: Videography

USA & Main

Jarrad Henderson

USA Today, McLean, VA

 

Photojournalism: Single Image

Into the Blue

J. Conrad Williams Jr.

Newsday, Melville, N.Y.

 

Photojournalism: Multiple Images

The Women's Final

J. Conrad Williams Jr.

Newsday, Melville, N.Y.

 

Podcast

Podcast – Lifestyle

The Realness - WNYC

Christopher JohnsonChristopher Werth

WNYC News, New York, N.Y.

Mary Harris

Slate, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Jared Paul 

New York, N.Y.

 

Podcast – Commentary and Discussion

Scroll Down: Where's Grandma?: Exposing Cracks in Pennsylvania’s Guardianship System

Cherri GreggTom Rickert

KYW News Radio, Philadelphia, PA

 

Podcast – Arts and Culture

Monumental Lies

Brian PalmerSeth Freed WesslerEsther Kaplan

Type Investigations, New York, N.Y.

Stan AlcornFernanda Camarena 

Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting, Emeryville, CA, PRX

 

PR & Marketing Campaigns

 

PR & Marketing Campaigns – Government

District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency's First Risk Share Deal Closes, Preserving 176 Units of Affordable Housing in D.C.'s Ward 8

Multi Family Biz

Yolanda McCutchen

D.C. Housing Finance Agency, Washington, D.C

 

PR & Marketing Campaigns – Cause Related-Business-Product

Lincoln Partners with Superstar NE-YO

Chene Park One

Randy L Jones, APR 

1 Voice Communications, Macomb, MI

Lincoln Motor Company

 

PR & Marketing Campaigns – Business Services

NIKE Chicago’s Summer of Basketball Campaign

NIKE Summer Hoops-Chicago

Flowers Communications Group and Nike

 

PR & Marketing Campaigns – Online Media

Fashionomics Africa Masterclass by African Development Bank

Jennifer Blanke , Vanessa MoungarVictor OladokunEmanuela GregorioAlphonso Van Marsh

 Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire

 

PR & Marketing Campaigns – TV

Behind The Movement

TV One

Silver Spring, MD

 

Magazine – Under 1 Million

 

Magazine – Under 1 Million – General Reporting

Dining While Black: Race and the Philly Food Scene

Ernest Owens

Philadelphia Magazine, Philadelphia, PA

 

Magazine – Under 1 Million – Business

Why Co-ops and Community Farms Can’t Close the Racial Wealth Gap 

Zenobia Jeffries Warfield

YES! Magazine, Bainbridge Island, WA

 

Magazine – Under 1 Million – Commentary/Essay

Racism and the Trump Administration

Adam Serwer 

The Atlantic, San Antonio, TX

 

Magazine – Under 1 Million – Specialty

What Is Barbershop Therapy? 

Celeste Hamilton Dennis 

YES! Magazine, Bainbridge Island, WA

 

Magazine – Under 1 Million – International

Blood, Sweat, and Batteries

Vivienne Walt

Fortune, New York, N.Y.

 

Magazine – Over 1 Million

 

Magazine – Over 1 Million – Specialty

When Racism Anchors Your Health

George JohnsonRajul Punjabi 

VICE, Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

Magazine – Over 1 Million – Sports

Most Dominant Athlete of 2018: Simone Biles

Danyel Smith

ESPN The Magazine/Undefeated, Bristol, CT

 

Magazine – Over 1 Million – Art & Design: Page Design

State of the Black Athlete

ESPN Staff

ESPN, Bristol, CT

 

Magazine – Over 1 Million – General Reporting

How the Warriors Became the Wokest Team in Pro Sports

Marc SpearsLonnae O'Neal

ESPN the Magazine/Undefeated, Bristol, CT

 

Magazine – Over 1 Million – International

In Senegal, Female Empowerment, Prestige and Wealth Is Measured in Glittering Gold

Allison J. Keyes 

Smithsonian Magazine, Washington, D.C.

 

Magazine – Over 1 Million – Commentary/Essay

For NFL Players, One Daunting Question Looms

Dominique Foxworth

ESPN the Magazine/Undefeated, Bristol, CT

 

Magazine – Over 1 Million – Single Topic Series

Motown at 60: A Celebration

Gerri Hirshey, Touré

AARP The Magazine, Washington, D.C.

 

Magazine – Over 1 Million – Investigative

Six Black Girls Were Brutally Murdered in the Early ’70s. Why Was This Case Never Solved?

Cheryl W. Thompson

The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.

 

Radio – Market 16 and Below

 

Radio Market – Market 16 and Below – News: Series

Race, Slavery, Lynching, Memory and Monuments

Most People At Raleigh Public Hearing Want To Keep Confederate Monuments

American Universities, Monuments And Slavery Topic Of Discussion At Duke

Leoneda Inge 

WUNC – N.C. Public Radio, Durham, N.C.

 

Radio Market – Market 16 and Below – Documentary

"The King of Alabama"

Alabama Public Radio

 

Newspaper – Local Under 100,000

 

Newspaper – Local Under 100,000 – Sports

Can ‘Relentless’ Freshman Emoni Bates Jump Straight to NBA?

John Niyo

The Detroit News, Detroit, MI

 

Newspaper – Local Under 100,000 – Single Story

A Texas-Sized Tragedy: Horrific Convict-Leasing System Exposes Dark Truths About American History

Jeffrey L. Boney

 Forward Times Publishing Co. / Houston Forward Times

 

Newspaper – Local Under 100,000 – Commentary

Race in Louisiana's Past and Not-So-Distant Past

Jarvis DeBerry 

NOLA.com / The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, LA

 

Newspaper – Local Under 100,000 – Specialty

Rental Enforcement Lags in Detroit’s Lead Hot Spots

Christine MacDonald

The Detroit News, Detroit, MI

 

Newspaper – Local Under 100,000 – News Series

A Broken System: Behind the Bars of Texas Prisons

Mike McGee

The Dallas Examiner, Dallas, TX

 

Newspaper – Local Under 100,000 – Feature Single Story

Kaleb's Christmas Wish: A Gravestone for His Friend

George Hunter

The Detroit News, Detroit, MI

 

Newspaper – Local Under 100,000 – Art & Design: Page Design

MLK50: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Karen Carter RichardsGrace Boateng

 Forward Times Publishing / Houston Forward Times, Houston, TX

 

Newspaper – Local Under 100,000 – Business

Roxbury Businesses Seek Revitalization Through Cultural District

Robin Washington

Boston Business Journal, Boston, MA

 

Newspaper – Local Under 100,000 – Investigative

Protecting the Shield

Asbury Park Press, USA Today Network, New Jersey

 

Television Market 16 and Below

 

Television Market 16 and Below – Public Affairs: Segment

"Black Nouveau: We Got This!"

(starts approx. 22:04 into program)

Everett Lee Marshburn

Milwaukee Public Television, Milwaukee, WI

 

Television Market 16 and Below – Public Affairs: Program  

Stephon Clark: A Call for Change

Derek Schnell

 KCRA3, Sacramento, CA

 

Television Market 16 and Below – Public Affairs: Specialty

"Black Nouveau: Amazing Grace Chorus"

 (starts approx. 7:43 into program)

Liddie Collins

Milwaukee PBS, Milwaukee, WI

 

Hope and Healing: Fighting Fibroids

Kimberly Holmes-Wiggins

WBOC-TV, Salisbury, MD

 

Television Market 16 and Below – General Assignment News: Long Form

Valentino Dixon: Wrongfully Convicted - Finally Free 27 Years Later

Claudine EwingAndy DeSantisBob Mancuso

WGRZ-TV, Buffalo, N.Y.

 

Television Market 16 and Below – Feature: Long Form

Jalen and Joanna: A Lead Paint Story

Kendall Moore

WSBE-Rhode Island PBS, University of Rhode Island

 

28th Street 50 Years Later

Steve Crump

WBTV, Charlotte, N.C.

 

Television Market 16 and Below – General Assignment News: Short Form

Asheville School: 50 Years Later

Justin Hinton, Jordan Powell

WLOS, Asheville, N.C.

 

Television Market 16 and Below – Documentary

Orangeburg Fifty Years Later

Steve Crump

WBTV, Charlotte, N.C.

 

Television Market 16 and Below – Feature: Short Form

The Golden Girls

Tisha Powell

WTVD, Durham, N.C.

 

COLLEGIATE AWARDS

 

Digital Media - Undergraduate

 

Digital Media Undergraduate – Online Feature Reporting

"Finally Free"

Gabrielle Calise

University of Florida WUFT, Gainesville, FL

 

Digital Media - Graduate

 

Digital Media - Graduate – Best Use of Multimedia – Special Project

Hate in America

Carnegie-Knight News21

 

Digital Media - Graduate – Online Feature Reporting

We Need to Include Black Women’s Experience in the Movement Against Campus Sexual Assault

The Nation and Anna Julia Cooper Center at Wake Forest University

 

Digital Media - Graduate – Best Use of Multimedia – Online Sports Reporting

Jackson State, Alcorn State Battle in Soul Bowl for SWAC East Crown

Wilton Charles Jackson

Louisiana State University

HBCU Gameday

 

Photography – Graduate

 

Photography – Graduate – Multiple Images

In Picture and Sound: First Annual Black Joy Parade Takes Over Downtown Oakland

Drew Costley

UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, Berkeley, CA

 

Newspaper – Undergraduate

 

Newspaper – Undergraduate – Feature Reporting

Financial Strain Discourages Those Who Need to Get Checked for Breast Cancer

Alyssa Burr - Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

 

Photography – Graduate

 

Photography – Graduate – Multiple Images

In Picture and Sound: First Annual Black Joy Parade Takes Over Downtown Oakland

Drew Costley

UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, Berkeley, CA

 

Radio - Undergraduate

 

Radio Undergraduate News Reporting

Anti-Confederate Protesters Disrupt Independence Day Celebration in St. Augustine

Shamarria Morrison

University of Florida WUFT, Gainesville, FL

 

Radio Undergraduate – Radio Feature Reporting

Cemetery Restoration After Hurricane Irma

Restoration Begins For Private Cemeteries Affected By Hurricane Irma

Matthew ArrojasLuke Sullivan

University of Florida WUFT, Gainesville, FL

 

Radio Undergraduate – Radio Sports Reporting

Overcoming Adversity Through Archery

Meredith Sheldon

University of Florida WUFT, Gainesville, FL

 

Television - Undergraduate            

 

Television Undergraduate - Television Sports Reporting

Blind Brophy Football Player has Vision for Success

Matt Lively 

Cronkite News, Phoenix, AZ

 

Television Undergraduate - General Assignment News: Short Form

Michigan Central Train Station Gets a Makeover: "Old Train Station Heading In a New Direction"

Tony Maurice Betton, Jr.

NABJ Monitor 2018

 

Television Undergraduate - Television Feature Reporting

The Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy Makes Sure Kids Don't Strike Out

Evan Brooks

Howard University News Service

 

Television Undergraduate - General TV News Reporting

March for Our Lives Brings Hundreds of Thousands to Nation's Capital

Tayler Adigun

Howard University News Service

 

Television Undergraduate - Best Newscast

NewsVision Newscast Fall 2018

Sommer Hill, Bria Patterson, Evan Brooks, Bre'onna Richardson 

Howard University News Service

 

Television Undergraduate - Documentary

How the Sickle Shapes

Kalynne Wilson

Regent University

 

Digital Media

 

Digital Media – Single Story News

Chaos After Chicago Police Shoot Harith Augustus

Nader Issa

Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago, IL

 

Digital Media – Sports

How J.R. Smith Bounced Back from Game 1

Jesse Washington

The Undefeated, Washington, D.C.

 

An Endless Fight, A Defining Choice

David Steele 

Sporting News, Laurel, MD

 

Digital Media – Online Project: News

Detroit Free Press Coverage of the Death and Funeral of Aretha Franklin

Staff of the Detroit Free Press

 

Digital Media – Online Project: Feature

No Ceilings: How African American Female Athletes Use Community to Navigate Negative Images

Lonnae O’Neal, Maya Jones, The Undefeated Staff

The Undefeated, Washington, D.C./ Bristol, CT

 

Digital Media – Interactive: Feature

Existing While Black

Taryn Finley, Paul JosephsonJennifer KhoMarc JanksIvylise Simones 

HuffPost, New York, N.Y.

Christy Havranek, Chris McGonigal

 

Digital Media – Interactive: News

Trooper Tases Teen on ATV, Police Video Reveals What Happens Next

Elisha W. AndersonAnn ZaniewskiJohn WiselyBrian Kaufman

Detroit Free Press, Detroit, MI

 

Digital Media – Commentary/Weblog

All the Ways I Did Not Die

Michael Harriot 

Gizmodo Media Group

The Root, New York, N.Y.

 

Digital Media – Single Story: Feature

“I Don’t Want to Shoot You, Brother”

Joe Sexton 

ProPublica/The Frontline Dispatch, New York, N.Y.

 

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Winners: Submit questions or corrections to press@nabj.org

A link to the previously announced lists of finalists prior to the Convention can be found here.


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