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2011 Drugs Reporting Below 50,000

1st Place: Buzz Factory by Peter Rugg , The Pitch

2006 Drugs Reporting Above 50,000

1st Place: "Crackpot Crackdown" by Jordan Smith , Austin Chronicle
2nd Place: "The Perfect Drug" by Sarah Fenske, Robert Nelson, Jimmy Magahern, Paul Rubin and Joe Watson , Phoenix New Times
3rd Place: "Lost & Found" by Luke Turf , Westword
Honorable Mention: "Little Court of Horrors" by Beth Hawkins , City Pages (Twin Cities)

2006 Drugs Reporting Below 50,000

1st Place: "Searching for Justice" by Brita Belli , Fairfield County Weekly
2nd Place: "Overprescribed Drugs" by Jill Kramer , Pacific Sun
3rd Place: "Chemical Casualties" by Joel Warner , Boulder Weekly

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AAN Convention Features Digital Wins and New Projectsnew

The recent AAN Convention in Nashville highlighted the digital successes of alternative media, including multimedia stories, digital services, crowdfunded projects and social media, as AAN also announced its Digital Agency Consortium and the launch of a mobile advertising platform.
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AAN Accepts Three New Members, Fills Eight Board Seats

Little Village, Motif Magazine, and Wisconsin Gazette are voted in as new members. Salt Lake City is chosen as the site of the 2015 Annual Convention. (FULL STORY)
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Penny Muse Abernathy — It's Not Too Late to Save Community Journalism

This week's It's All Journalism podcast is a recording of Penny Muse Abernathy's presentation at the 2014 AAN Convention. She discusses the economic shift taking place in the journalism industry and what business decisions publishers need to make in order to remain competitive. (FULL STORY)
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