Tuesday, March 27, 2007

More awards the Enquirer didn't win

The Enquirer didn't win any awards from this year's Investigative Reporters and Editors Awards competition. And why would it?

UPDATE: A commenter points out that the Enquirer's Sharon Coolidge was a finalist for an FOI award in that competition, for "Lead's Dangerous Legacy." Finalists are listed here. Kudos to Sharon.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you read down the entire list you will find Sherri Coolidge credit as a FOI finalist work in "special categories". That is not an insignificant accomplishment in this highly competitive category. I believe it's the only Ohio newspaper represented. Bash the Enquirer and its bosses but give this reporter credit due.

FOI Award
Secret Political Piggy Bank — Times Union of Albany, N.Y.

Farmsubsidy.org — Nils Mulvad, Brigitte Alfter and Jack Thurston
Judges' comments: Nils Mulvad, a Danish investigative journalist, led a two-year effort to open archives all over Europe to expose the closely guarded secrets of farm subsidies.


Lead's Dangerous Legacy — Cincinnati Enquirer ; Sharon Coolidge

CDC — Atlanta Journal-Constitution; Alison Young


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