St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Todd C. Frankel won a first-place award for feature writing and Robert Cohen won a second-place award for photo essay/story from the National Headliner Awards. Cohen's photography was also honored by the American Society of News Editors.
Will Sullivan, interactive director at the Post, was named to the 20102011 class of Donald W. Reynolds Fellows. His Fellowship project Mobile Development Opportunities is to develop strategies for news organizations to use mobile technology to report deeper, faster and more accurately for and with their audiences.
Editorial writer John Carlton and photographer Robert Cohen were among the finalists for the Pulitzer Prizes announced in April. Carlton wrote about health care reform and Cohen portrayed homeless suburban families camping in motels.
Reporters Matthew Hathaway, Elizabethe Holland and Jim Gallagher won the Gerald Loeb Award For Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism for their stories last year about problems in the after-market auto service contract industry in the St. Louis area.
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|Title Annotation:||MEDIA AWARDS|
|Publication:||St. Louis Journalism Review|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Jul 1, 2010|
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