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2019 STE Winners: Large Market Radio, TV, Newspaper Winners

Monday, August 12, 2019   (0 Comments)
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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

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

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

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



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