Now featuring 37 categories and $58,500 in prize money, the awards have built a steady reputation as the preeminent award for groundbreaking digital journalism from around the world.
DENVER — Superlative reporting on leaked data, prison reform and undue police force led coverage that garnered top honors for 35 media organizations Saturday night at the 2016 Online Journalism Awards, which ended the Online News Association Conference.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Finalists for the 2016 Online Journalism Awards, representing a wide range of nonprofit, public, academic, major media and emerging technology organizations from around the globe, were announced today by the Online News Association.
The deadline for entries for the 2016 Online Journalism Awards has been extended to Friday, June 10, at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Now that you have more time, here is what you need to know to enter:
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The call for entries for the 2016 Online Journalism Awards is now open, and we couldn’t be more excited.
With 35 categories and $53,500 in prize money, the awards honor the finest examples of digital journalism across the …
This article was originally posted on Columbia News and was written by Kim Brockway.
The winners of the inaugural Online Journalism Awards (OJAs) have been announced by the Online News Association (ONA) and the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. The …