To paraphrase Young MC: Brody Mullins’ “got more rhymes then the other guys do; They’re just a monkey, I’m the whole damn zoo.” Yet again, Mullins picks up another award.
We reported it earlier and it was made official today: the WSJ’s Mullins took home the Sandy Hume Memorial Award for Excellence in Political Journalism (for the second year in a row). The award is for reporters who are 34 or younger.
The National Press Club announced their 2007 National Press Club Awards today. The Louisville Courier-Journal’s James Carroll picked up the Washington Correspondence Award. Carroll also won the Robin Goldstein Award for Washington Regional Reporting (also a repeat performance).
Dana Milbank picked up an award for “Body of Work.”
Other local honors:
Broadcast: NPR’s David Folkenflik
Newsletter Journalism (analytical): Inside the Pentagon’s Elaine Grossman
Broadcast: XM’s The Bob Edwards Show
Download a .pdf of the winners here.
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