Narrow Search

Category

Year

AltWeekly Awards

2009 Innovation Above 50,000

1st Place: Washington City Paper Files for Chapter 86 Content Bankruptcy by Erik Wemple, Andrew Beaujon and Jule Banville , Washington City Paper
2nd Place: The Adventures of Kwame-man (PDF) by Curt Guyette, W. Kim Heron and Sean Bieri , Metro Times

2009 Innovation Below 50,000

1st Place: Things To Do in Santa Fe When You're Undead by Dave Maass, Ursula Coyote and Random Zombie Fans , Santa Fe Reporter
3rd Place: Christmas Sex Stories Contest, "A Tingle of Joy" (PDF), "Barely Christmas" (PDF) and "Treesome" (PDF) by Tom Bagley, Genevieve Simm and Travis Sengaus , FFWD Weekly
Honorable Mention: Anti-Coverage for Anti-Pop (PDF) by Justin Strout and Shan Stumpf , Orlando Weekly

2009 Investigative Reporting Above 50,000

1st Place: Prescription for Disaster by John Dickerson , Phoenix New Times
2nd Place: State of Emergency by Jared Jacang Maher , Westword
3rd Place: The Shadow Economy Series by Jeffrey Anderson, Edward Ericson, Jr., Chris Landers and Van Smith , Baltimore City Paper

2009 Investigative Reporting Below 50,000

1st Place: Might Makes Right by Jeffrey C. Billman , Orlando Weekly
3rd Place: Don’t Bother (PDF) by Susan Clark Armstrong , Folio Weekly
3rd Place: Pushing Paper by G.W. Miller III , Philadelphia Weekly

2009 Media Reporting/Criticism Below 50,000

1st Place: Fear Factor by David Koon and Gerard Matthews , Arkansas Times
3rd Place: The Incredible Shrinking Sentinel by Jeffrey C. Billman, Billy Manes, Bob Whitby and Deanna Sheffield , Orlando Weekly

rssAAN News

It's All Journalism: Heading Down to Nashville

AAN Executive Director Tiffany Shackelford gives the lowdown on what you can expect at the convention, both in the meeting rooms and after hours (FULL STORY)
It's All Journalism  |  Conference News

Help Rescue Us from the SAVE Act

It's time for AAN members to speak out against the "Save Act." (FULL STORY)
AAN  |  Legal News

A Special 100th Episode of It's All Journalism

It's All Journalism is a weekly conversation about the changing state of the media and the future of journalism. (FULL STORY)
It's All Journalism  |  It's All Journalism
More AAN News »