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AltWeekly Awards

2005 Column-Political Above 50,000

1st Place (tie): The Works by Ben Joravsky , Chicago Reader
1st Place (tie): Freedom Watch by Harvey A. Silverglate , Boston Phoenix
2nd Place: by Matt Smith , SF Weekly
Honorable Mention: Calhoun (PDF) by Patricia Calhoun , Westword

2005 Column-Political Below 50,000

1st Place: Andrew Wheat by Andrew Wheat , The Texas Observer
2nd Place: Hit & Run (PDF) by Paul Bass , New Haven Advocate
3rd Place: Spin Cycle (PDF) by Kyle Whitmire , Birmingham Weekly
Honorable Mention: Frank Talk (PDF) by Frank Cagle , Metro Pulse

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Over 35 AAN Publications Collaborate on Letter-Writing Project Ahead of U.N. Climate Change Conference

Over 35 AAN publications will publish Letters to the Future, a national letter-writing project featuring letters from authors, artists, scientists and the general public. (FULL STORY)
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It's All Journalism: Global News Has a Local Impact

PBS Newshour foreign affairs producer P.J. Tobia talks about his journey from working at an alternative newspaper in Nashville to covering local news in Afghanistan to launching the foreign affairs podcast, Shortwave. (FULL STORY)
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Willamette Week Partners with Washington Post on New Websitenew

The Washington Post's Arc custom publishing platform now powers the website of Willamette Week, which is the first media company to use the content management system.
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