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Gannett Wins Nine National Headliner Awards

Gannett won a combined nine National Headliner Awards, including three first place prizes. The National Headliner Awards are one of the oldest and largest annual award contests in the country honoring the best journalism in newspapers, photography, radio, television and online. Among the winners:

    Detroit Free Press – First Place, Local Interest Column on a Variety of Subjects (Rochelle Ray)
    Cincinnati Enquirer – First Place, Feature Writing on a Variety of Subject by an Individual (Krista Ramsey)
    USA TODAY – First Place, Health, Medical and Science Writing by an Individual or Team (Peter Eisler, “When Healthcare Makes You Sick”); Second Place, Environmental Writing by an Individual or Team (Thomas Frank and Christopher Schnaars, “Green Inc: Environmentalism for Profit”); USA TODAY – Second Place, Journalistic Innovation (Alison Young, Peter Eisler and John Hillkirk, “Ghost Factories: Poison in the Ground”)
    The Tennessean – Second Place, Newspaper Sports Photography (Sanford Myers, “Goalpost Crash”)
    KARE-TV – Second Place, Broadcast or Cable Television Stations Feature, Sports or Human Interest Story (Boyd Huppert and Jonathan Malat, “Neighborhood of Love”)
    The Journal News – Third Place, News Series in Daily Newspaper with Daily Circulation up to 75,000 (The Journal News staff, “District in Crisis”)
    The News Journal – Third place, Environmental Writing by an Individual or Team (Jeff Montgomery and Molly Murray, “Climate Change: Coastline in the Crosshairs”)

Congratulations to all the winners! For more information, click here.