LA School Report nominated for 5 SoCal journalism awards
LA School Report | June 3, 2014
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In case you missed it, LA School Report has been honored with five nominations for the Los Angeles Press Club’s 56th Southern California Journalism Awards.
The awards recognize Los Angeles area journalists and publications as well as excellence in new and emerging media.
Of the five nominations, two go to LA School Report commentator Ellie Herman, a writer/teacher who has spent the last year following a group of teachers in classrooms throughout Los Angeles.
Herman is a finalist for “non-political commentary” for her post, “Pump Down The Volume On Rhetoric.” She also got cited in the category of “individual blog” for her entry, “Why Teachers Teach?–Need You Ask.”
The staff of LA School Report is nominated in two categories — as a finalist for overall excellence in “reporting by an internet website news organization,” and for “best use of social media to enhance a story” with the entry, Story of Deasy Media Frenzy in 15 Tweets.
In addition, Jame Alter Lynton, the founder of LA School Report, is nominated in the columnist category for a piece entitled, “Do you or Don’t You Support John Deasy?”
For the full list of nominations, click here: LA Press Club Nominations
The awards will be presented June 29 at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. The Press Club is also honoring Ann Curry of NBC; Maria Shriver, of The Shriver Report; Khaled Abu Toameh, of Jerusalem Post; and Michael Bloomberg and Matthew Winkler of Bloomberg News.