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Sigma Delta Chi Awards Announced

The Sigma Delta Chi Awards — which honor excellence in professional journalism — have been announced. Each year the Society of Professional Journalists sort through over 1,700 entries to pick winners in print, radio, television and online. Below are the magazine winners. Click through for the entire list.

Magazine Investigative Reporting (National Circulation)
“Duping the Donors,” by David Evans, Bloomberg Markets

Magazine Investigative Reporting (Regional/Local Circulation)
“Crime, No Punishment,” by Lilly Rockwell, Florida Trend

Magazine Writing (National Circulation)
“The Yankee Comandante,” by David Grann, The New Yorker

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Bloomberg News, Others, Take Home Multiple Loeb Awards

Bloomberg News, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal each won multiple Gerald Loeb Awards, which recognize excellence in business journalism. Matthew Winkler, Bloomberg News’ Editor-in-Chief, said of grabbing multiple wins, “As there is no greater measure of respect than to be honored by our peers, we are grateful to be recognized with seven Loeb finalists and three Loeb winners, all of them advancing the public interest.”

The awards were presented last night. Below are the winners, congrats to all.

Bloomberg News:

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Southern California Journalism Awards

LAPCLogo2-1.jpgThe LA Press Club held their annual awards banquet last night at the Sheraton hotel in Universal City. Winners of the Journalist Of The Year awards included David Evans of Bloomberg Markets in the Print- over 100K circulation division, Brad A. Greenberg of The Jewish Journal in the Print- under 100K circulation division, Ana Garcia and Fred Mamoun of KNBC and Eric Longabardi of TeleMedia in the Television category, and Frank Stoltze of KPCC 89.3 in the Radio category.

The winners for the event’s highest awards were Rick Orlov of the Daily News (Joseph M. Quinn Award for lifetime achievement), Robyn Dixon of the LAT (Daniel Pearl Award) and Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post (President’s Award).

Jonathan Gold was awarded an honorable mention in the Newspaper Columnist category, which we are certain he will be displaying proudly on his mantle right next to the Pulitzer.

A complete list of last night’s winners can be viewed here.