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Parent CategoryChild CategoryAwardEntry TitleJudge CommentsFirst NameLast NameName 1Name 2Name(s) on Award
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89.3 WMKV-FMBEST OF SHOW - RADIOBest ProducerSecond PlacePaul Dixon: A Centennial CelebrationMikeMartiniMike Martini
WMKV-FM
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91.7 WVXUBEST OF SHOW - RADIOBest NewscastSecond PlaceNewscast - August 21, 2018MaryanneZeleznikMaryanne Zeleznik91.7 WVXU WVXU News Team
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91.7 WVXUBEST OF SHOW - RADIOBest Public Affairs ProgramSecond PlaceCincinnati Edition: Organizations Offer Support To Abuse VictimsDanHurleyPete RightmireSelena Reder91.7 WVXU

Dan Hurley
Pete Rightmire
Selena Reder
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91.7 WVXUDIGITAL MEDIABest Blog Post (news organization)First PlaceThe World Knows One Jerry Springer; We Know AnotherGreat article that provides insight into someone so many people know about, but with a background I'm guessing very few people know about.HowardWilkinson91.7 WVXU Howard Wilkinson
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91.7 WVXURADIOBest Continuing CoverageSecond PlaceOhio River FloodingJayHanselmanBill Rinehart91.7 WVXU Jay Hanselman Bill Rinehart
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91.7 WVXURADIOBest Continuing CoverageFirst PlaceRestoration of Union TerminalHistorical topic gleaning much national interest, factual and interesting architectural related information. Dearborn Station Michigan gained national press recently for a similar story of rehabilitating turn-of-the-century brick and mortar sites. Great link between history and present day salvage of structural eyesores.TanaWeingartner91.7 WVXU Tana Weingartner
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91.7 WVXURADIOBest Education Issues Reporting, K-12First PlaceCrowdsourcing Data As Science Comes Under AttackWriting detailed yet conversational. Number of interviews impressive. Great "hands on" broadcasting!BillRinehart91.7 WVXU Bill Rinehart
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91.7 WVXURADIOBest Feature ReportingFirst PlaceMinions, Mickeys And Rubber Duckies: All Flushed Away, But Not Forgotten, At MSDVery engaging with good sound and sound bites. Informational with good listener interest.BillRinehart91.7 WVXU Bill Rinehart
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91.7 WVXURADIOBest General Assignment ReportingFirst PlaceTake a Look Under Ohio's Tallest BridgeNice use of ambient sound to tell the story!TanaWeingartnerTana Weingartner91.7 WVXU Tana Weingartner
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91.7 WVXURADIOBest Spot NewsFirst PlaceBacker Of White Supremacist Richard Spencer Sues University of CincinnatiTanaWeingartner91.7 WVXU Tana Weingartner
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91.7 WVXURADIOBest WebsiteSecond PlaceWVXU.ORGMaryanneZeleznik91.7 WVXU WVXU News team
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Akron Beacon JournalPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Consumer ReportingFirst PlaceBetty Lin-Fisher, Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comDiverse, insightful reporting and commentary.BettyLin-Fisher
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comBEST OF SHOW - PRINT (75,000+ circ.)Best Daily NewspaperSecond PlaceAkron Beacon JournalAkronJournal
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comBEST OF SHOW - PRINT (75,000+ circ.)Best Photographer in OhioSecond PlacePhil Masturzo, Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comPhilMasturzo
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Arts ProfileSecond PlaceCoon’s sensational yearClintO'ConnorClint O'Connor Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.com
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Business ProfileFirst PlaceRestaurant offers hope an entreeAmandaGarrett
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Children’s Issues ReportingFirst PlacePath to diploma blocked for someGood coverage of an issue that will affect so many graduates. Nicely doneDougLivingston
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Editorial Page CampaignSecond PlacePayday lendingMichaelDouglas
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Feature ReportingSecond PlaceCraig Webb, Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comCraigWebb
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Headline WritingFirst PlaceMark J.Price, Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.com"It’s nice when a man finds his porpoise" and "Like father, like song" are good examples of using punny headlines appropriately.MarkPrice
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Political CommentarySecond PlaceBig problems in Ohio's small townsMichaelDouglas
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Rock and Roll Feature WritingFirst PlaceOn the riseLove the lede -- nice profile of a band "on the run."MalcolmAbram
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Social Issues ReportingSecond PlaceHousing the homeless is a challenge for AkronDougLivingston
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Sports ReportingFirst PlaceMarla Ridenour, Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comThe reporter chooses interesting topics, rooted in sports but with wider implications. She has a good crisp writing style, an eye for detail and multiple voices in her stories.MarlaRidenour
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Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.comPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best WebsiteSecond PlaceOhio.comStaffMemberes
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Cincinnati Business CourierBEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best Reporter in OhioFirst PlaceSteve Watkins collection of entriesThis entry included a stimulating balance of deadline, non-deadline and feature stories. In particular, the article on public CEO's showed a breadth of skills from data-assisted reporting to multi-layered, explanatory chops.SteveWatkins
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Cincinnati Business CourierBEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best Weekly NewspaperFirst PlaceCincinnati Business CourierOf the entries, the Cincinnati Business Courier offered the more important news for the overall community's benefit. The topics of the editions were well-written and focused on how the information would or could affect the public.Cincinnati Business CourierStaffCincinnati Business Courier Staff
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Cincinnati Business CourierPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Business ProfileFirst PlaceA Man on a ($300 Million) Mission: Former P&Ger Rigaud wants new firm to be his legacyWho knew a profile on a "special purpose
acquisition company" could be so fun to read?

Great quotes, rich historical background, strong story structure, excellent explanations of complex business entities.

Best business profile in a wide field of candidates.

It's not often you get to reference the Underground Railroad in a business feature about an acquisition firm.
Great story.
SteveWatkinsSteve Watkins, Cincinnati Business Courier
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Cincinnati Business CourierPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Business ReportingFirst PlaceIdea Lab, King of Cannabis and P&G all in on naturalsThese stories put the human element of complex business issues front and center.
It's not easy to do that consistently in business reporting, but it keeps the copy compelling and meaningful.
With great ledes and smooth flow, the writer wastes no time getting to the fun part in each of these stories, and keeps the reader interested.
Strong writing and impressive graphics supported by exhaustive research put this set of stories over the top in a very competitive field of strong Ohio business reporting entries.
BarrettBrunsmanBarrett J. Brunsman, Cincinnati Business Courier
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Cincinnati Business CourierPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Medical / Science ReportingSecond PlaceCincinnati Children's Hospital idea labBarrettBrunsmanBarrett J. Brunsman, Cincinnati Business Courier
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Cincinnati Business CourierPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best WebsiteSecond PlaceCincinnati Business CourierErinCaproni
Cincinnati Business Courier Staff
Cincinnati Business Courier
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Cincy MagazineBEST OF SHOW - TRADE PUBLICATIONSBest Trade PublicationFirst PlaceCincy MagazineJust a great looking publication with a collection of great photos, layout and design and interesting stories. This was another tough category with solid entries. The decision was difficult because they were all good in their own right.CorinneMinardGuy KellyEric HarmonEric Spangler, Cincy Magazine; Katy Rucker; Cincy Magazine
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Cincy MagazineTRADE PUBLICATIONSBest Cover DesignSecond PlaceCincy MagazineGuyKellyGuy Kelly, Cincy Magazine
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Cincyinno.comDIGITAL MEDIABest Business/Tech StoryFirst PlaceHow technologists are fighting the Opioid Crisis in OhioWow, what incredible coverage on an important topic to both Ohio and the United States. There was great reporting in the series, great source material and a great presentation of the story with pulled quotes and inline images for the reader.MarkPayneMark Payne CincyInno
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CityBeatFREELANCE - PRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Feature WritingFirst PlaceMagical Realism: 12 Hours at The Mercantile Library, Cincinnati's Own Room of RequirementThe Mercantile Library is more than a library -- it's a capsule of Cincinnati life and history and Zachary Petit more than illustrates how it's the heart of the city. Boy, would I like to glance the walls and shelves.ZacharyPetitZachary Petit CityBeat
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Cleveland Jewish NewsBEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best ColumnistFirst PlaceRegina Brett - Body of WorkCommon sense applied to the crazy world -- well done. I especially liked the column on voting. This should be required reading for everyone every year. Excellent work.ReginaBrettRegina Brett Cleveland Jewish News
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Cleveland Jewish NewsBEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best CriticFirst PlaceBob Abelman - Body of WorkThis critic can write ... and think. His reviews were a pleasure to read, filled with surprising turns of phrase and lush descriptions. But his work also reveals the breadth of his knowledge of the arts he covers. He places the material before him in deep context, without slighting the details of the specific production he is reviewing. He is able to pan a play with conviction but also with laudable constraint.BobAbelmanBob Abelman Cleveland Jewish News
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Cleveland Jewish NewsBEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best Special SectionFirst PlacePittsburgh Stronger than hateExcellent presentation. Its purpose and meaning to society will live on long after the tragic event.Cleveland Jewish NewsStaffCleveland Jewish News Staff Cleveland Jewish News
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Cleveland Jewish NewsPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)
Best Education Issues Reporting, Higher Ed
Second PlaceJane Kaufman - Body of WorkJaneKaufmanJane Kaufman Cleveland Jewish News
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Cleveland Jewish NewsPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Education Issues Reporting, K-12First PlaceAmanda Koehn - Body of WorkAmandaKoehnAmanda Koehn Cleveland Jewish News
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Cleveland Jewish NewsPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Human Interest WritingSecond PlaceHistory-preserving Holocaust HologramAlyssaSchmittAlyssa Schmitt Cleveland Jewish News
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Cleveland Jewish NewsPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Minority Issues ReportingFirst PlaceCLEVELAND CONVERSION CONNECTION: Local rabbis help Israeli fathers’ baby become JewishFascinating story about a couple and their effort to have a family. Well-written and presented in a way that clearly explains the struggle of Jewish gay people to be accepted by Israel.AmandaKoehnAmanda Koehn Cleveland Jewish News
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Cleveland Jewish NewsPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Religion ReportingFirst PlaceCLEVELAND CONVERSION CONNECTION: Local rabbis help Israeli fathers’ baby become JewishAmandaKoehnAmanda Koehn Cleveland Jewish News
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Cleveland Jewish NewsPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Sports ProfileFirst PlaceCrafty veteran: Cleveland Heights native, among oldest living MLB players, recalls pitching careerI really enjoyed this story - it was like taking a trip back in time. Very well written.EdCarrollEd Carroll Cleveland Jewish News
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Cleveland Jewish News and JstyleTRADE PUBLICATIONSBest General StoryFirst PlaceSandwich tzedakah: Temple Israel Ner Tamid’s Peanut Butter & Judaism program has helped sustain Cleveland’s homeless and hungry for 10 years, inspiring countless congregants along the wayA very well-written feature on a unique program.MichaelButzMichael C. Butz Cleveland Jewish News and Jstyle
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Cleveland Jewish News, CanvasBEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best Special PublicationFirst PlaceCanvas, Winter 2018Wonderful, thorough look at the art scene in the area; lots of variety, lots of, well, fun. Good work!CanvasStaffCanvas Staff Cleveland Jewish News and Canvas
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Cleveland Jewish News, CanvasBEST OF SHOW - TRADE PUBLICATIONSBest Trade PublicationSecond PlaceCanvas, Fall and Winter 2018CanvasStaffCanvas Staff Cleveland Jewish News and Canvas
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Cleveland Jewish News, Canvas and JstyleTRADE PUBLICATIONSBest Feature DesignSecond PlaceCleveland Jewish Publication Company - Body of Work
Cleveland Jewish Publication Company
StaffCleveland Jewish Publication Company Staff Cleveland Jewish News, Canvas and Jstyle
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Cleveland Jewish News, CanvasCle.comTRADE PUBLICATIONSBest Trade Publication WebsiteSecond Placecanvascle.comCanvasStaffCanvas Staff Cleveland Jewish News and Canvas
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Cleveland Jewish News, Jstyle and CanvasPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Arts ReportingFirst PlaceMichael C. Butz - Body of Work"Change Agents" is how a profile on an artist should be. The fact that Michael Butz did this for seven such collectives and with the right amount of character and information shows how much passion he has for the arts.
His CityMusic Cleveland preview is also tops. It's not a stale preview that a reader would just check for concert dates. He gets behind what the group is presenting for the year.
MichaelButzMichael C. Butz Cleveland Jewish News, Jstyle and Canvas
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Cleveland Jewish News/ Balanced FamilyPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Children’s Issues ReportingFirst PlaceFostering family: At a time when Northeast Ohio has a growing need for foster parents, a Vermilion family provides a loving example for aspiring families to followI enjoyed reading about the Yost family. Great way to put a face on this issue and perhaps attract more families to foster care.EdCarrollEd Carroll Balanced Family
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CanvasBEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best Special SectionSecond PlaceChange AgentsCanvasStaffMichael C. ButzCanvas Staff Michael C. Butz Cleveland Jewish News and Canvas
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JstylePRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Public Service JournalismSecond PlaceSandwich tzedakah: Temple Israel Ner Tamid’s Peanut Butter & Judaism program has helped sustain Cleveland’s homeless and hungry for 10 years, inspiring countless congregants along the wayMichaelButzMichael C. Butz Cleveland Jewish News and Jstyle
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Cleveland MagazineFREELANCE - PRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Feature WritingSecond PlaceFlower ChildKenSchneck
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Cleveland MagazinePRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Rock and Roll Feature WritingSecond PlaceArchie And The Bunkers Are Helping to Energize Our Punk PastAnnieZaleskiAnnie Zaleski Cleveland Magazine
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Columbus AliveBEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best CriticSecond PlaceAndy DowningAndyDowning
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Columbus AlivePRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Arts ProfileSecond PlaceNew Wexner Center artist-in-residence Mark Lomax finds the rhythm behind the kit and in lifeJimFischer
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Columbus AlivePRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Minority Issues ReportingSecond PlaceCover: The roots of Columbus’ ongoing color divideJoelOliphint
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Columbus AlivePRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Public Service JournalismFirst PlaceCover: The roots of Columbus’ ongoing color divideThis examination of the way racism, sometimes subtle, sometimes blatant, shaped Columbus forced readers to look at their history, and their neighborhoods, in a new way. With luck, the understanding fostered by Joel Oliphint's work will help those readers correct wrongs that still hurt Columbus residents today.JoelOliphint
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Columbus AlivePRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)
Best Rock and Roll Commentary / Best Music Review
First PlaceConcert review: Taylor Swift at Ohio StadiumA lively and intelligent review of a single concert that also managed to capture current controversies surrounding the performer.AndyDowning
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Columbus AlivePRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Rock and Roll Feature WritingFirst PlaceCover: Saintseneca readies ‘Pillar of Na’Outstanding profile of the musician, his life and career. Well done!JoelOliphint
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Columbus AlivePRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Social Issues ReportingSecond PlaceCommunity in Crisis: Can Wedgewood Village rebound from a violent 2017?AndyDowning
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Columbus AlivePRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Sports ProfileSecond PlaceBlue Jackets 2018-19 season preview: Pierre-Luc Dubois steps out on his ownJimFischer
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Columbus Business FirstBEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best Page One DesignSecond PlaceColumbus Business FirstJohnLauerJohn Lauer
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Columbus Business FirstDIGITAL MEDIABest Overall Blog (news organization)Second PlaceMorning RunMarkSomerson
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Columbus Business FirstPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Business ProfileSecond PlaceAbercrombie & Fitch CEO Fran HorowitzDanEaton
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Columbus Business FirstPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Business ReportingSecond PlaceColumbus' affordable housing crisisCarrieGhose
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https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/BEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best Weekly NewspaperSecond PlaceColumbus Business FirstDougBuchananStaff
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Columbus CEOBEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best Graphic DesignerFirst PlaceYogesh Chaudhary, Columbus CEOSimplistic yet it catches your eyes. There was tough competition in this category all entries had unique features which made it difficult to judge. In the end, this entry rose to the top based on its draw to the page and the message it sent.YogeshChaudhary
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Columbus CEOBEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best MonthlySecond PlaceColumbus CEODaveGhose
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Columbus CEOPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Explanatory JournalismFirst PlaceReinventing the United Way, Dave Ghose, Columbus CEODavid Ghose's story on changes at the local United Way pointed readers toward larger changes in the overall giving culture and society at large. It gave readers fertile ground for new thoughts and discussions. That said, picking a winner in this category was tough - there were a lot of outstanding entries.DaveGhose
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Columbus MonthlyBEST OF SHOW - PRINT SM (<75,000 circ.)Best Graphic DesignerSecond PlaceAlyse PasternakAlysePasternak
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Columbus MonthlyPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Arts ProfileFirst PlaceGet UncomfortableThe profile on Rachel Wiley doesn't focus on one part of this multidimensional slam poet. It leaves readers wanting to know this personality is like when she performs her poetry and why she is on the national radar.LauraArenschield
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Columbus MonthlyPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Arts ReportingSecond Place400ChrisGaitten
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Columbus MonthlyPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Feature ReportingFirst PlaceChris GaittenThe writing in these three articles is spectacular! Reading these articles is like being right there as thing happen.This is some of the best journalistic material I have read in quite a long time.ChrisGaitten
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Columbus MonthlyPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Newsmaker ProfileFirst PlaceMike DiSabato's WarFascinating profile of a very complex and fiery personality. The writer handles a lot of complex material in an organized and engrossing manner. The writing is smart and energetic. He lets all sides have their say. In the end, the story builds to an interesting and volatile climax.DaveGhose
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Columbus MonthlyPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Social Issues ReportingFirst PlaceSeeking SanctuaryThis story provided an insightful examination of a topic that has gripped the nation.SuzanneGoldsmith
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Columbus UndergroundBEST OF SHOW - DIGITAL MEDIABest General News SiteSecond PlaceColumbus UndergroundWalkerEvansWalker Evans & Anne Evans Columbus Underground
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Columbus UndergroundBEST OF SHOW - DIGITAL MEDIABest Online Still Photographer in OhioFirst PlaceMatt Ellis - PhotographyMattEllisMatt Ellis Columbus Underground
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Columbus UndergroundDIGITAL MEDIABest Arts/Entertainment StoryFirst PlaceLocal Artist Spotlight Series (2018)Taijuan Moorman's series was an excellent representation of articles on the arts. The selection of articles was diverse, interesting and reflected the many talents in her region. All were fascinating in their own right and allowed readers to see inside the souls of the artists.TaijuanMoormanTaijuan Moorman Columbus Underground
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Columbus UndergroundDIGITAL MEDIABest Business/Tech StorySecond PlaceThe Scooter Numbers Are In: Here’s How Many People Have Ridden One So FarBrentWarrenBrent Warren Columbus Underground
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Columbus UndergroundDIGITAL MEDIABest Editorial WritingFirst PlaceOpinion: In Ohio, Motherhood is Both Mandatory and PunishedThis piece from Lauren was very powerful. It was filled with facts and information to back up the editorial.LaurenSegaLauren Sega Columbus Underground
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Columbus UndergroundDIGITAL MEDIABest Editorial WritingSecond PlaceOpinion: Scooters are Fun Distraction From Real Transit IssuesWalkerEvansWalker Evans Columbus Underground
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Columbus UndergroundDIGITAL MEDIABest News StoryFirst PlaceBike Lane Series 2018Great reporting on a topic that is important in a major city like Columbus. The linking back to previous articles made it easy for readers to see past coverage, and the stories had great layouts and sourcing.BrentWarrenBrent Warren Columbus Underground
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Columbus UndergroundFREELANCE - DIGITAL MEDIA
Best Arts Review (movies, art, music, theatre, etc.)
First PlaceArt Review | I, Too, Sing America: The Harlem Renaissance at 100Well-researched and well-written, this review of the Harlem exhibit is filled with interesting bits of information on the collection and event. Very professionally critiqued, Jeff Regenburger made it clear to readers he knew what he was talking about.JeffRegensburgerJeff Regensburger Columbus Underground
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Columbus UndergroundFREELANCE - DIGITAL MEDIABest Criticism/EditorialSecond PlaceOpinion: Columbus Deserves Nice ThingsJesseBetheaJesse Bethea Columbus Underground
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The MetropreneurDIGITAL MEDIASpecialized Journalism SiteSecond PlaceThe MetropreneurWalkerEvansWalker Evans & Anne Evans The Metropreneur
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Columbus UndergroundFREELANCE - DIGITAL MEDIABest News WritingFirst PlaceQ & A: Mary Jo Hudson Reflects on Columbus School Board ResignationGrantWaltersGrant Walters
Columbus Underground
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Crain's Cleveland BusinessDIGITAL MEDIABest Blog Post (news organization)Second PlaceOne more for The LandKevinKlepsKevin Kleps Crain's Cleveland Business
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Crain's Cleveland BusinessDIGITAL MEDIABest Overall Blog (news organization)First PlaceSports biz blogA finely focused blog on Cleveland's major teams and the business side that hangs onto the wins and losses, including seeing LeBron James exit for Los Angeles.KevinKlepsKevin KlepsKevin Kleps Crain's Cleveland Business
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Crain's Cleveland BusinessPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Education Issues Reporting, K-12Second PlaceSay Yes to EducationRachel
Abbey McCafferty
Rachel Abbey McCafferty Crain's Cleveland Business
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Crain's Cleveland BusinessPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Government ReportingFirst PlaceLeadership transformed Pittsburgh from the Steel City into a tech mecca. Can Cleveland do the same?This entry took a solutions approach to explain to readers how government can work with philanthropic, civic and business organizations to help a city to thrive economically.

It took on a complicated issue, but was easy to read and to understand.
JayMillerJay Miller Crain's Cleveland Business
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Crain's Cleveland BusinessPRINT SM: (<75,000 circ.)Best Sports ReportingSecond PlaceBusiness of sportsKevinKlepsKevin Kleps Crain's Cleveland Business
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Dayton Daily NewsBEST OF SHOW - PRINT (75,000+ circ.)Best Columnist in OhioFirst PlaceColumns by Amelia RobinsonOutstanding, clear, concise writing about vital issues. Wonderful work!AmeliaRobinsonAmelia Robinson
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Dayton Daily NewsBEST OF SHOW - PRINT (75,000+ circ.)Best Daily NewspaperFirst PlaceDayton Daily NewsGreat investigative reporting as well as thorough local coverage of many issues. Well done!StaffStaffStaff
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Dayton Daily NewsBEST OF SHOW - PRINT (75,000+ circ.)Best Page One DesignFirst PlaceDayton Daily NewsI like multiple local stories on the front. Clean look. Good headlines.StaffStaff
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Dayton Daily NewsPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Political ReportingFirst PlaceClifford RosenbergerLaura Bischoff's relentless coverage of the fall of House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger didn't just cover a juicy scandal - it also showed how the corruption may have prevented passage of an important bill. The eyewitness account of the FBI raid on his his house added drama, while the facts gleaned from public records showed meticulous reporting. Readers are wiser for her efforts.LauraBischoffLaura Bischoff
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Dayton Daily NewsPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best Public Service JournalismFirst PlaceThe Path ForwardThis series of incredibly moving stories is the embodiment of public service journalism. From issues facing the local school system to the region's ongoing opioid crisis, this newspaper has dedicated a significant amount of staff resources to writing deeply and assertively on issues that truly matter and impact the community at large.StaffStaffStaff
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Dayton Daily NewsPRINT LG: (75,000+ circ.)Best WebsiteFirst PlaceDayton Daily NewsA great, clean website that showcases several stories and several sections prominently on the homepage. The navigation at the top is very easy to use and I enjoy how the site pages feature three stories at the top with others below.StaffStaffStaff
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