Miami Herald, WLRN big winners in Green Eyeshade awards

 

Miami Herald Staff

The Miami Herald has won three first-place Green Eyeshade awards — one shared with El Nuevo Herald — and the newspaper was a finalist in four other categories. The Herald’s news partner at WLRN/Miami Herald Radio swept its categories, winning 14 awards.

The Green Eyeshade awards represent the best work in 2013 by journalists in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia.

Miami Herald awards

•  First place: Deadline Reporting – Large Dailies: The Miami Herald/el Nuevo Herald staff: Horror in Hialeah: Shooting spree is deadliest South Florida rampage in decades.

•  First place: Sports Commentary – All Dailies: The Miami Herald: Dan LeBatard

•  First place: Politics Reporting – All Dailies: The Miami Herald – Patricia Mazzei: The case of the phantom ballots

•  Second place: Criticism – All Dailies: Jordan Levin

•  Second place: Technology Reporting – All Dailies: The Miami Herald – Mimi Whitefield, Andres Viglucci, Yoani Sanchez: Blogger gets by with a lot of help from her friends

•  Third place: Public Affairs Reporting – All Dailies: Jenny Staletovich, Andres Viglucci and Patricia Borns, Public Affairs reporting for West Grove v. Coral Gables and the toxic soil reporting.

• Third place: Travel Writing – All Dailies: Mimi Whitefield

WLRN/Miami Herald News awards

•  Best of Division – Radio: WLRN-Miami Herald News – Terence Shepherd, Alicia Zuckerman & Wilson Sayre, March on Washington: Hear From The Folks Who Were There

•  First place: Best Newscast- Radio: WLRN-Miami Herald News – Kelley Mitchell, Rick Stone, and the WLRN-Miami Herald News Team, That's So Miami.

•  First place: Breaking News Reporting – Radio: WLRN-Miami Herald News – Kelley Mitchell, Rick Stone, Elaine Chen, Isabel Echarte, Christine DiMattei, Patricia Sagastume, and the WLRN-Miami Herald News Team, Defense of Marriage Act Struck Down.

•  Second place: Breaking News Reporting – Radio: WLRN-Miami Herald News – WLRN-Miami Herald News Team, Chavez Dies: What Happens Now

•  Third place: Breaking News Reporting – Radio: Sammy Mack, John O’Connor, StateImpact Florida, a collaboration between between WLRN-Miami Herald News and WUSF Public Media, Bennett Resigns As Florida Education Commissioner

• First place: Investigative Reporting – Radio:WLRN-Miami Herald News – Sammy Mack, After the KKK.

• Third place: Feature Reporting – Radio:WLRN-Miami Herald News – Ana Veciana-Suarez,Miami Herald, Kenny Malone, Condom Lady

• First place: Documentaries- Radio: WLRN-Miami Herald News – Terence Shepherd, Alicia Zuckerman, Wilson Sayre, March on Washington: Hear From The Folks Who Were There

• Third place: Documentaries – Radio: WLRN-Miami Herald News – Tom Hudson, Wilson Sayre, WLRN-Miami Herald News Staff, Elevation Zero: Rising Seas in South Florida.

• First place: Public Service in Radio Journalism: WLRN-Miami Herald News – WLRN-Miami Herald News Staff, Elevation Zero: Rising Seas in South Florida.

• First place: Serious commentary online: WLRN-Miami Herald News – Tim Padgett, Tim Padgett, WLRN's Americas Editor

• First place: Sports commentary online: WLRN-Miami Herald News – Kenny Malone, Gabe Gravin, David Kobert, Gustavo Matamoros, Rebekah Monson, Remix the News: Dolphin Stadium Edition

• First place: Business reporting online: WLRN-Miami Herald News – Arianna Prothero, Ballet's Glass Ceiling

• Third place: Public service in online journalism: WLRN-Miami Herald News – Elaine Chen, Daniel Rivero, Lazaro Gamio, WLRN-Miami Herald News Staff, Session 2013 – WLRN’s Online Initiative

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