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  • Congratulations to Virginian-Pilot military reporter Courtney Mabeus and photographer Kristen Zeis on the recognition by National Headliner Awards for their work on a series about a transgender sailor.

    Virginian-Pilot reporter, photographer win National Headliner awards

    Two Virginian-Pilot staffers have won National Headliner Awards for their work on a series about a transgender sailor. Courtney Mabeus, who covers the military, won first place for a news series from a newspaper that's not in a top-20 media market. Photographer Kristen Zeis won third place for her online slideshow of McLean.

  • The Sun Sentinel was recognized with first-place honors in categories of Public Service, Breaking News and Interactive Projects for the staff’s coverage of the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. Parkland editorials by Opinion Editor Rosemary O’Hara and contributor Martin Dyckman won for Editorial Writing.

    Sun Sentinel wins four first-place honors from National Headliner Awards

    The South Florida Sun Sentinel's coverage of the Parkland school shooting was recognized with four first place honors in the National Headliner Awards for 2019.

  • Christine Taylor, Chicago Tribune's Managing Editor for Audience, shares new ideas to build stronger reader engagement including a “neat trick that other newsrooms might want to steal.”

    The 'eHarmony of Political Coverage' and Other Local News Innovations

    Here's a neat trick that other newsrooms might want to steal. During Chicago's recent election, the Tribune ran a quiz headlined, "Which Chicago mayoral candidate do you align most closely with?" The Tribune got candidates to answer a set of 14 questions, and then readers were invited to answer the same questions and learn which politician they were most in synch with.

  • A special citation to honor the journalists, staff and editorial board of the Capital Gazette was awarded by the Pulitzer Prize Board on Monday for their courageous response to the largest killing of journalists in U.S. history in their newsroom on June 28, 2018, and for demonstrating unflagging commitment to covering the news and serving their community at a time of unspeakable grief.

    Capital Gazette wins special Pulitzer Prize citation for coverage of shooting at its office that killed five

    The Pulitzer Prize Board awarded a special citation Monday to the staff of the Capital Gazette for their work in covering the June attack on their Annapolis offices that killed five employees. The Capital's citation was given "for demonstrating unflagging commitment to covering the news and serving their community at a time of unspeakable grief."

  • The South Florida Sun Sentinel was awarded the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for public service on Monday for its coverage exposing failings by school and law enforcement officials before and after the deadly shooting rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.

    Sun Sentinel awarded Pulitzer Prize for Parkland shooting coverage

    In dozens of stories, the Sun Sentinel exposed failures by the school district, law enforcement and social services that enabled the teenage gunman to enter the school on Valentine's Day 2018 and slaughter staff and students with a semiautomatic rifle.

  • The Virginian-Pilot won 33 news awards during the annual Virginia Press Association awards banquet that was held Saturday night.

    The newspaper won seventeen first place awards, with wins in writing, design, multimedia and photography categories. Photographer Kristen Zeis won in three categories, and reporters Gary Harki and Elisha Sauers each placed first in two categories.

    The Virginian-Pilot won the news sweepstakes award for finishing with the most accrued points among the largest daily newspapers in the state. Zeis won best in show for photography and Harki took best in show for writing.

    The newspaper and its affiliated publications, including the Daily Press in Newport News, won 95 awards for news and advertising in the contest. Together, the two newspapers picked up 47 awards in the daily news division.

    Virginian-Pilot takes first in 17 categories in Virginia Press Association contest

    The Virginian-Pilot won 33 news awards Saturday night during the annual Virginia Press Association awards banquet. Seventeen were first place, with wins in writing, design, multimedia and photography categories. Photographer Kristen Zeis won in three categories, and reporters Gary Harki and Elisha Sauers each placed first in two categories.

  • “The journalists put their mission above their misery to inform the public, honor their fallen friends, and still somehow ‘put out a damn paper,’” the judges wrote in an announcement of the awards. “The work they produced lived up to the highest standards of breaking news reporting while covering a horrific tragedy in their own work place, their own lives.”

    Capital Gazette, Baltimore Sun recognized with national breaking news award for Capital shooting coverage

    The Capital Gazette and The Baltimore Sun have been recognized with a national breaking-news award for their coverage of the June 28 shooting that killed five Capital employees. The News Leaders Association - the new organization that encompasses the American Society of News Editors and Associated Press Media Editors - announced the winners of their 2019 News Leaders Association Awards on Tuesday.

  • Congratulations to Kristen Zeis who was recently announced the winner of the Visual Journalism Award Large division by the American Society of News Editors and Associated Press Media Editors for her work on "No turning back: The story of a transgender man's experience as a Navy sailor."

    Virginian-Pilot photographer wins top award for visual journalism

    A Pilot photographer earned the top award for visual photography on Tuesday. Kristen Zeis was announced the winner of the Visual Journalism Award Large division by the American Society of News Editors and Associated Press Media Editors for her work on " No turning back: The story of a transgender man's experience as a Navy sailor."

  • “We’re proud to have made a positive impact in our community, and we’re honored to be recognized among the best in journalism,” Sun Sentinel's Editor-in-Chief Julie Anderson said.

    Sun Sentinel wins national journalism awards for public service and editorial leadership

    The South Florida Sun Sentinel won two News Leaders Association awards for its coverage of the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, and for editorials on sea level rise it contributed to the media consortium series, "The Invading Sea: Can South Florida be saved?"

  • Congratulations to our journalists across Chicago Tribune, Chicago magazine and Daily Southtown who've been named finalists for 2018 Peter Lisagor Awards for Exemplary Journalism! Winners will be announced May 10, 2019 at the Union League Club of Chicago.

    Finalists for the 2018 Peter Lisagor Awards

    Here are the finalists for the 2018 Peter Lisagor Awards for Exemplary Journalism. Winners will be announced May 10, 2019 at the Union League Club of Chicago. Questions? Email awards@headlineclub.org. Congratulations to the finalists!

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