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2019 STE Winners: Photojournalism, Podcasts, Magazine, PR & Marketing

Monday, August 12, 2019   (0 Comments)
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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

Yolanda McCutchen

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

 

PR & Marketing Campaigns – Cause Related-Business-Product

Lincoln Partners with Superstar NE-YO

Randy L Jones, APR 

1 Voice Communications, Macomb, MI

Lincoln Motor Company

 

PR & Marketing Campaigns – Business Services

NIKE Chicago’s Summer of Basketball Campaign

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.



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