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CCNMA: Latino Journalists of California Announces Winners of Ruben Salazar Awards

CCNMA: Latino Journalists of California announced the winners of its 13th annual Ruben Salazar Journalism Awards this week. The awards are named after the late, great LA Times columnist and given to the best print, broadcast, ratio and photographic works that deal with Latino issues in California. LA Times staffer Richard Fausset won in the print category for his series  “The New Latino South.”

KCET’s Yvette Cabrera and producer Saul Gonzalez won in the TV category for their story “The Border Between Them.”

Curiously, there were no winners in the Radio, Photography or Commentary categories.

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how_i_met_your_mother_entourage_tv_.jpgJournos versus Journos: The Golden Derby pits TV Journos against “Awards Nuts” in handicapping the Emmys. Clever idea. Check back here Monday to see who did the better job.

42421991-17232353.jpgCommunity Organizer. That’s What. Richard Fausset has a genius piece of journalism in today’s paper. With all the talk (and derision) over Barack Obama‘s background as a community organizer, Fausset hits the streets of Detroit to profile how “American as apple pie” and how “tougher than being a mayor” the job really is.

41655351-16184820.jpgAnybody Out There? James Rainey takes a look at TV news and realizes that everybody is talking, but nobody is saying a thing. Sure, that insight has been the Daily Show‘s bread and butter — but Rainey does one better: offering fellow journos the questions he’d like candidates to ask.