Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Young Journos Wreck Shop

Who says young journalists don't do big things?

The Livingston Awards, a national contest for exemplary reporting for finalists under age 35, announced its finalists for the 2006 awards.

So if this isn't inspiration to do great work, consider the $10,000 prizes handed out for Local, National and International Reporting. Congrats on all of the nominees, and Big Ups to Ten95-supporter Kelley L. Carter of the Detroit Free Press, who is among the finalists. Winners are announced June 5.

Livingston Awards finalists, who include print, broadcast and online journalists are:
Esmeralda Bermudez, The Oregonian
Amy Biegelsen, Style Weekly
Michael Blanding, Boston Magazine
Jill Carroll, The Christian Science Monitor
Kathleen Carroll, The Record (Bergen County, N.J.)
Kelley L. Carter, Detroit Free Press
Allison Brophy Champion, Culpeper Star Exponent (Culpeper, VA)
Christopher Collins, The Merced Sun-Star
Pamela Colloff, Texas Monthly
Sharon Coolidge, The Cincinnati Enquirer
Oscar Jose Corral, The Miami Herald
Amanda Crawford, The Arizona Republic
Benning DeLaMater, The Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, MA)
Jeff Eisenberg, The Press-Enterprise (Riverside, CA)
Andrea Elliott, The New York Times
Gady Epstein and Stephanie Desmon, The Baltimore Sun
Will Evans, Salon.com
Sarah Fenske, Phoenix New Times
Carlos Frias, The Palm Beach Post
McKenzie Funk, Mother Jones
Vanessa Gezari, St. Petersburg Times
Gregory Gilderman, Philadelphia Magazine
Michael Grabell, The Dallas Morning News
Eliza Griswold, Harper's Magazine
Jason Grotto, The Miami Herald
K. Oanh Ha, San Jose Mercury News
James Hagengruber, The Spokesman-Review
Jesse Hamilton, The Hartford Courant
Eric Hand, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Shane Harris, National Journal
Chris Hawley, The Arizona Republic
Brian Hendrickson, Vancouver Columbian
Claire Hoffman, West Magazine (Los Angeles Times)
Ian James, The Associated Press
April Jimenez, Long Island Press
Sam Kennedy, The Morning Call
Jeremy Kohler, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Matthew LaPlante, The Salt Lake Tribune
Jared Jacang Maher, Westword
Abraham McLaughlin, The Christian Science Monitor
Paul Meyer and Stella Chavez, The Dallas Morning News
David Morton, The New Republic
Brian Newsome, The Gazette (Colorado Springs, CO)
Yoshiaki Nohara, The Daily Herald (Everett, WA)
Evan Osnos, Chicago Tribune
Lydia Polgreen, The New York Times
Nathaniel Popper, Forward
Matthew Power, Harper's Magazine
Charles Michael Ray, South Dakota Public Broadcasting
Guy Raz, National Public Radio
Bill Reiter, Kansas City Star
Brian Rokus, CNN
Charlie Savage, The Boston Globe
Mara Shalhoup, Creative Loafing
Jeff Sharlet, Harper's Magazine
Kara Spak and Tara Malone, Paddock Publications/Daily Herald
Todd Spivak, Houston Press
Laura Sullivan, National Public Radio
Jim Tankersley and Joshua Boak, The Blade (Toledo, OH)
Kevin Whitelaw, US News and World Report
Emily Witt, Miami New Times

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