Finalistas do “Online Journalism Awards 2006”

Os jornais tradicionais com presença na web dominaram a lista dos finalistas ao prêmio Online Journalism Awards 2006.

O New York Times entrou em três categorias, inclusive na de melhor site de jornalismo online, ao lado USA Today, Washington Post e Star Tribune.

A BBC é o único media inglês que figura entre os selecionados, conforme lembra matéria do Online Press Gazette.

Segue abaixo a lista dos finalistas por categoria:

“Online Journalism Award finalists”

General Excellence in Online Journalism (Large)

MSNBC (cable network)
The New York Times (newspaper)
Star Tribune (newspaper)
USA Today (newspaper)
Washington Post.com (newspaper)

General Excellence in Online Journalism (Medium)

New West (not affiliated)
Orlando Sentinel (newspaper)
Roanoke.com (newspaper)
Spokesman Review (newspaper)

General Excellence in Online Journalism (Small)

The Center for Public Integrity (not affiliated)
Congressional Quarterly (magazine)
LJWorld.com (newspaper)
Speaking of Faith (broadcast network)

Breaking News (Large)

“London Terrorist Bombings”, CNN (cable network)
“NYC Transit Strike,” New York Times (newspaper)
“Hurricane Katrina,” NOLA.com (newspaper)
“Hurricane Wilma,” Sun Sentinel (newspaper)
“Hurricane Katrina,” USA Today (newspaper)

Breaking News (Small)

“The 404 Debate,” CFO.com (magazine)
“Hurricane Katrina,” Sun Herald (newspaper)

Online Commentary (Large)

“The Drive-In with James Hill,” BET (cable network)
“BorgBlog,” Jim Borgman, Cincinnati.com (newspaper)
“David Pogue on NYTimes.com,” New York Times (newspaper)
“Architecture,” Slate Magazine (not affiliated, though owned by a newspaper company)
“Moneybox,” Slate Magazine (not affiliated, though owned by a newspaper company)

Online Commentary (Medium)

“Stuck in the 80s,” TampaBay.com (newspaper)
“Stacy Haddox,” TheDay.com (newspaper)
“Survivor: Treasure Coast Blogfest,” TCPalm.com (newspaper)

Online Commentary (Small)

CJR Daily (magazine)
“Get on the Bus,” Scott Elliot (newspaper)
“Good Morning Silicon Valley,” John Paczkowski (newspaper)
SeeingBlack.com (not affiliated)

Outstanding Use of Multiple Media (Large)

“London Attacks,” BBC News (broadcast network)
“Hurricane Katrina,” MSNBC.com (cable network)
“Going Down the Crooked Road,” Roanoke.com (newspaper)
“2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy,” USA Today (newspaper)

Outstanding Use of Multiple Media (Small)

“An Enduring Mystery,” Herald Tribune (newspaper)
“Montgomery Boycott,” Montgomery Advertiser (newspaper)
“Tallahassee Bus Boycott Anniversary,” Tallahassee Democrat (newspaper)

Specialty Journalism (Large)

Business Week (magazine)
“Taking back the Web: New generation, technologies return Net to social roots,” CNET News.com (not affiliated)
“ESPN Insider,” ESPN (cable network)
NOVA Science NOW (broadcast network)

Specialty (Small)

Bicycling (magazine)
“Azerbaijan Elections 2005,” EurasiaNet.org (not affiliated)
Fine Woodworking (magazine)
Lawrence.com (newspaper)
McKinneySports.net (not affiliated)

Service Journalism (Large)

“The Mercury Menace,” Chicago Tribune (newspaper)
“Identity Crisis: Myth vs. Reality in ID Theft,” CNET News.com (not affiliated)
“Walk This Way Challenge,” Prevention (magazine)
“License to Harm,” Seattle Times (newspaper)
“Couples and Their Cash,” USA Today (newspaper)

Service Journalism (Small)

“Quality Counts at 10: A Decade of Standards Based Education,” Education Week (magazine)
“Toxic Legacy,” The Bergen Record (newspaper)
Gulf Coast News (newspaper)

Enterprise Journalism (Large)

“A Million Little Lies,” The Smoking Gun (not affiliated, though owned by a cable network)
“e-Qaeda,” Washington Post (newspaper)
“9/11 Loans,” Associated Press (newspaper)

Enterprise (Small)

“Cause for Alarm,” WTHR 13 Eyewitness News (local TV)
“Conflicts on the Bench,” Muckracker.Org (not affiliated)
“Power Trips,“ The Center for Public Integrity (not affiliated)
“Toxic Cargo,” Press Enterprise (newspaper)

Knight Foundation Award for Public Service

“Hurricane Katrina: The Storm We Always Feared,” NOLA.com (newspaper)
“Toxic Legacy,” The Record (newspaper)
“Fire Alarm,” Newsday (newspaper)
“Mortgage Fraud: The new street hustle,” Chicago Tribune (newspaper)
“Hurricane Katrina,” Sun Herald (newspaper)

Student Journalism

“Chasing Crusoe,” University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Journalism and Mass Communication and the Universidad de Los Andes, Facultad de Comunicación
“My Blue Eyed Girl,” Heather Gehlert, School of Journalism, University of Berkeley
“Peavine Explorations,” Reynolds School of Journalism
“Rezoned,” Jeff DelViscio and Khody Akhavi, Columbia School of Journalism
“The Ancient Way,” School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of North Carolina, the Department of Journalism at the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain) and the Faculty of Communication at the Universidad de los Andes (Chile)

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