Finalistas do Online Journalism Awards

Divulgados os nomes dos finalistas do Online Journalism Awards 2004. Reproduzo abaixo, com links:

General Excellence, large sites (more than 500,000 unique visitors/month)

BBC News Online

CNN.com

Wall Street Journal Online

WashingtonPost.com

General Excellence, small sites (fewer than 500,000 unique visitors/month)

Center for Public Integrity

Congressional Quarterly

PBS Frontline/World

PBS P.O.V.

Ventura (CA) County Star

Creative Use of the Medium, large sites

– “Haiti: The Eroding Nation,” South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com

– “Israel’s Security Barrier,” WashingtonPost.com

– “Laci Peterson coverage,” CourtTV.com

– “Last Full Measure of Devotion,” St. Petersburg Times

– “Tour de France,” Agence France-Presse

Creative Use of the Medium, small sites

Games, GothamGazette.com

Greenland: Land of Ice and Snow, WBUR-FM, Boston

P.O.V.’s Borders: Environment, PBS

– Projo.com’s “Tribute to our Troops,” Belo Interactive

Enterprise Journalism, large sites

– “Betrayal in the Ranks,” DenverPost.com

– “Coaches Who Prey,” SeattleTimes.com

Prisoner Abuse at Abu Ghraib, CBSNews.com

– “Runaway Priests,” DallasNews.com, Belo Interactive

– “The Search for Eddie Peabody,” HoustonChronicle.com

Enterprise Journalism, small sites

– “Booking and Bidding Sight Unseen,” Consumer WebWatch

– “Frontline/World Fellows Program,” PBS

– “Murder, Race, Justice: The State vs. Darryl Hunt,” Winston Salem Journal

– “Silent Partners: How political non-profits work the system,” Center for Public integrity

Breaking News, large sites

– “Coverage of the Capture of Saddam Hussein,” NYTimes.com

– “Firestorm 2003,” Sign on San Diego

– “The Capture of Saddam Hussein,” WashingtonPost.com

Breaking News, small sites

Accident at Disneyland, MousePlanet.com

Murder coverage, Fresno Bee

PE.com’s Wildfire coverage, Belo Interactive

– “Serial Shootings,” NBC4 Columbus

Online Commentary, large sites

Ad Report Card by Seth Stevenson, Slate

– “Best of the Web Today,” OpinionJournal.com

Christopher Dickey’s Shadowland, Newsweek

Nicholas D. Kristof, NYTimes.com

Terri Cullen, WSJ.com

Words: Woe & Wonder, CBC News

Online Commentary, small sites

Dan Gillmor’s eJournal, Knight Ridder

Mark Glaser, Online Journalism Review

Pressthink by Jay Rosen

Specialty Journalism, large sites

– “Canada Votes,” CBC News

MayoClinic.com

– “Movies.nytimes.com,” NYTimes.com

– “Outdoors,” LATimes.com

– “Super Bowl coverage,” HoustonChronicle.com

Specialty Journalism, small sites

CowboysPlus, Belo Interactive

CQ Homeland Security, Congressional Quarterly

WBUR Online Arts, WBUR-FM, Boston

Service Journalism, large sites

– “Adverse Drug Reaction Database,” CBC News

– “Building Homes, Building Problems,” OrlandoSentinel.com

– “Cell Phones,” ConsumerReports.org

– “Online B-Schools Channel,” BusinessWeek.com

Service Journalism, small sites

PE.com’s Epicenter, Belo Interactive

– Projo.com’s The Station Fire, Belo Interactive

– “Toxic Treats,” Orange County Register

Student Journalism

Chiloe Stories, University of North Carolina

Friendship Project, Ball State University

Making it in L.A., University of Southern California

Ten Years On, University of North Carolina

Best Student Web site

NewsLink Indiana, Ball State University

Web Devil, Arizona State University

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2 thoughts on “Finalistas do Online Journalism Awards

  1. Nos finalistas do Online Journalism Awards, há um domínio esmagador de sites de língua inglesa. Que eu tenha reparado da lista que colocou, aparece um francês, dedicado a um tema específico – a volta a França em bicicleta! No tema “breaking news”, a captura de Saddam Hussein aparece em primeiro lugar. Reparo também que os grandes jornais, como o Washington Post e o New York Times, surgem destacados. E no “service journalism”, os temas são actuais: droga, telefones celulares, canais online nas escolas.Para além do notório interesse do seu post, devemos reflectir na questão do agendamento. O que se produz em termos de notícias é o que é agendado pelos grandes media. E a escolha dos finalistas aos prémios de jornalismo em linha reproduz esse mesmo agenda-setting.E parece-me que estes prémios têm uma estrutura semelhante aos óscares ou grammies, pela divisão de categorias. Que é interessante isso é, mas e o resto do mundo – como é que ele se organiza e premeia?

  2. Rogério, muito pertinente o seu comentário. Acho que tem razãoquando diz que “O que se produz em termos de notícias é o que é agendado pelos grandes media. E a escolha dos finalistas aos prémios de jornalismo em linha reproduz esse mesmo agenda-setting.” Agora sobre o resto do mundo… é o resto do mundo. Paciência!

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