Snapshot of today’s online journalism

The Editors Weblog has a decent roundup of recent online journalism tidbits today: The obligatory blah-blah about citizen journalism, a good point about the increasing fragmentation of search (especially as related to online video), and a well-deserved dig… Read More

Stuck in the last century

Read what Steve Yelvington wrote about the Pulitizers being old and tired. Technorati tags: newspapers | online journalism

No Pulitzer Prize for multimedia

The 2006 Pulitzer Prize winners include photojournalist Todd Heisler of the Rocky Mountain News, in Denver, Colorado. I thought his incredible pictures of Marines and their dead (from the Iraq war) at funerals back in the U.S. were… Read More

Investigative story as multimedia package

In comments about the 2005 IRE Award Winners, the judges had this to say about the Bergen County (N.J.) Record’s top medal-winning story, Toxic Legacy: This work stood out not only for its exhaustive reporting and clear writing,… Read More

Annual Web photojournalism awards

Online now: NPPA’s Best of Photojournalism 2006 Web site winners. Technorati tags: multimedia | photojournalism

Courageous journalism: Yahoo! News

The 2006 Daniel Pearl Award for Courage and Integrity in Journalism has been awarded to Kevin Sites. In case you (and your students) don’t know about Sites, he’s one of those “backpack journalists” that some old-school newsroom types… Read More