The National Press Club journalism awards are in and the ceremony is tonight.
The results…The Washington Post: two first-place awards. The Seattle Times, The Salt Lake Tribune, McClatchy Newspapers and The Wall Street Journal: one award each. PBS was among the broadcast winners. MSNBC.com and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting won for online journalism and outstanding multimedia reporting.
From the release…WaPo‘s Dan Balz won the Lee Walczak Award for Political Analysis for his writing about the atmosphere that set the stage for GOP gains in the 2010 elections, while Al Kamen won the Gingras Humor Award for humorous columns on life in the nations capital. The Seattle Times’ Michael J. Berens won the Consumer Journalism Award for newspapers with an in-depth examination of Washington state’s adult family home system that showed how efforts to move seniors out of nursing homes into community care results in bad conditions and negligence. Tommy Burr of The Salt Lake Tribune won for Washington regional reporting.
Congratulations to all.
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