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AltWeekly Awards

2002 Health Reporting Above 54,000

1st Place: Losing Dorothy by Sara Catania , L.A. Weekly
2nd Place: The New Drug War by Patty Wentz , Willamette Week
3rd Place: Dealing Drugs the Legal Way by Mara Shalhoup , Creative Loafing (Atlanta)

2002 Health Reporting Below 54,000

1st Place: Slice of Life by Michael Tisserand , Gambit
2nd Place: Loss of Life by Kelly Davis , Ventura County Reporter
3rd Place: Frozen Out by Barbara Solow , INDY Week

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AAN plans Texas-sized conference in Austin

On this week's It's All Journalism, producer Michael O'Connell talks to Tiffany Shackelford, executive director of the Association of Alternative Newsmedia, about AAN's 2016 Conference in Austin. We talk about some of the big guests that will be there along with all the after hours activities AAN has planned for attendees. (FULL STORY)
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NUVO's new Editor is Katherine Coplennew

Coplen is the first woman to fill that role in the 26-year history of the paper.
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CJR Commemorative Magazine Features Willamette Week's Pulitzer Prize-Winning Investigationnew

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It's All Journalism: Solutions Journalism With a Global Perspective

Peter Klein, award-winning journalist and director of the Global Reporting Centre, discusses solutions journalism and the Centre's efforts to report global stories that fall between the cracks of mainstream media coverage. (FULL STORY)
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It's All Journalism: SecureDrop Helps Journalists Protect Identity of Anonymous Sources

Charles Berret, a Ph.D. student at the Columbia University School of Journalism, talks about SecureDrop, a new technology that helps journalist protect the identity of their anonymous sources. (FULL STORY)
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