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2010 Music Criticism Above 50,000

1st Place: Go See Phish at Least Once, On Michael Jackson's This Is It, and On 50 Cent's Self-Help Book by Rob Harvilla , The Village Voice
2nd Place: A Long Strange Trip, Just Tweet It, and DJ Beto by Jennifer Maerz , SF Weekly
3rd Place: The Day the Music Died, Katy Perry Unpeeled, and Bon Iver at Hollywood Forever Cemetery by Randall Roberts , L.A. Weekly
2nd Place: Bush Music: A Mix, Dream's Life, and Two Testaments by Chris Herrington , The Memphis Flyer
3rd Place: El Moz, Die Reggaeton Die, and The Incredible Shrinking Grammy by Enrique Lopetegui , San Antonio Current

2009 Music Criticism Above 50,000

1st Place: "Down in Front" by Rob Harvilla , The Village Voice
2nd Place: Newport, Nights Out and Fourth Quarter CDs by Jon Garelick , Boston Phoenix
3rd Place: Swagger Like Us by Pete Freedman , Dallas Observer

2009 Music Criticism Below 50,000

1st Place: Abe Kenney, Noise and Pap by Luke Baumgarten , The Inlander
2nd Place: Pity for Black Kids, Lil Wayne and Billy Corgan's Bombast by Robbie Mackey , INDY Week
3rd Place: Euro With a Thousand Faces, Wither Without You and Beach Blanket Brilliance by Justin Strout , Orlando Weekly
2nd Place: Freaks Come Out at Night by Jonathan Cunningham , New Times Broward-Palm Beach

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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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