Friday, March 07, 2008

I couldn't help myself

More awards the Enquirer didn't win: First, the National Headliner Awards. Note how many awards are won by smaller papers. A columnist from the Cleveland Plain Dealer won, and the Columbus Dispatch won an award for public service.

Second, the National Journalism Awards from the Scripps Howard Foundation. Big papers such as the New York Times and the Chicago Tribune won the big awards, but smaller newspapers like the Hartford Courant and the Virginian-Pilot were finalists.

Also, word is leaking out about Pulitzer winners. No mention of the Enquirer there either. Didn't the Marcus Fiesel coverage knock the judges off their chairs?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

one more time: NOBODY CARES about journalism awards - short of the Pulitzers - except journalists. NOBODY.

4:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More awards they didn't win ... National Educaton Writers competition ... The Columbus Dispatch won a first and a special citation.

9:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm not a journalist and I care. It would be nice to live in a city where the major daily had well-written articles, high quality investigative journalism, a reputation for excellence in reporting, and a tendency to treat its readers as if they were intelligent, thinking adults.

11:08 AM  

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