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Awards for Excellence

2021 Contest Information

The New York News Publishers Association has announced the winners of its 2021 Awards for Excellence competition.

This year’s winners will be officially recognized at the Continuing Excellence Awards Banquet on a date to be determined.

The annual contest recognizes journalistic excellence among the association’s member newspapers. Newspapers competed against one another in five circulation classes: Under 10,000; 10,000-24,999; 25,000-49,999; 50,000-75,000 and Over 75,000. Contest judges selected winners from 426 entries submitted by 22 New York State daily newspapers.

The judges were:

  • Ken Tingley, retired editor of The Post-Star, Glens Falls author of “The Last American Editor” and “The Last American Newspaper” and current publisher of “The Front Page” at kentingly.substack.com
  • Rik Stevens, former news editor for upstate Associated Press New York and Northern New England, and current editorial team leader for Bloomberg Intelligence.
  • Rob Brill, retired editor of the Times Union, Albany
  • Teresa Buckley, retired senior editor of the Times Union, Albany
  • Tom Callinan, retired news executive of the Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester

Awards were presented in each of twenty-three categories (see full category descriptions below).

Following is the list of winners:

 

 

 

 

Adirondack Daily Enterprise

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

Under 10,000

Distinguished Column Writing

Bob Seidenstein

 

 

 

 

Cortland Standard

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

Under 10,000

Distinguished Editorial Writing

Todd R. McAdam

 

 

 

 

The Citizen, Auburn

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

Under 10,000

Distinguished Sports Column Writing

Justin Ritzel

Under 10,000

Distinguished State Government Coverage

Robert Harding

Under 10,000

Distinguished Sports Photography

Kevin Rivoli

Under 10,000

Distinguished Multi-Media Presentation

Kevin Rivoli, Robert Harding

   

 

 

The Daily News, Batavia

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

Under 10,000

Distinguished Sports Writing

 

Nate Rider

Under 10,000

Distinguished News Photography

Mark Gutman

 

 

 

 

Highlands Current

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

Under 10,000

Distinguished Headline Writing

Michael Turton

Under 10,000

Distinguished Beat Reporting

Brian PJ Cronin

Under 10,000

Distinguished Business Reporting

Chip Rowe, Leonard Sparks,

Jeff Simms, Brian PJ Cronin,

Michael Turton

Under 10,000

Distinguished Community Service

Brian PJ Cronin

Under 10,000

Distinguished Page Design/Presentation

Pierce Strudler

 

 

 

 

Finger Lakes Times, Geneva

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

Under 10,000

Distinguished News Supplement

Mike Cutillo,

Louise Hoffman Broach,

Mike Hibbard, Steve Buchiere, Davis Shaw, Abbey Sitterly, Susan Clark Porter,

Spencer Tulis, Alan Brignall, Desiree Jacot

Under 10,000

Distinguished Live Sports Coverage

Pete Lambos

Under 10,000

Distinguished Sports Supplement

Pete Lambos, Nick Felice, Mary Beth Thorpe, Alan Brignall, Spencer Tulis

Under 10,000

Distinguished Online Photo Gallery

Spencer Tulis

Under 10,000

Distinguished Feature Photography

Spencer Tulis

Under 10,000

Distinguished Investigative Reporting

Spencer Tulis

Under 10,000

Distinguished Feature Supplement

Staff

 

 

 

 

The Red Hook Daily Catch

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

Under 10,000

Distinguished Feature Writing

Patrick Grego

 

 

 

 

Star Gazette, Elmira

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

Under 10,000

Distinguished Breaking News Coverage

Jeff Murray, Anthony Borrelli

 

 

 

 

Press-Republican, Plattsburgh

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

Under 10,000

Distinguished State Government Coverage

Cara Chapman

Under 10,000

Distinguished Page Design/Presentation

Ben Rowe

 

 

 

 

 

 

Press & Sun Bulletin, Binghamton

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Feature Writing

Katie Sullivan Borrelli


10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Online Photo Gallery

Kate Collins


 

 

 

The Journal News, White Plains

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Breaking News Coverage

Steve Lieberman, Peter Kramer, Nancy Cutler, John Meore,

 Peter Carr

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Live Sports Coverage

Stephen Haynes

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Investigative Reporting

Mark Lungariello, Gary Stern, Tiffany Cusaac-Smith,

David McKay Wilson,

Jonathan Bandler

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Beat Reporting

Gary Stern

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Sports Writing

Josh Thomson, Peter Carr,

Mark Vergari

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Sports Column Writing

Nancy Haggerty

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Column Writing

David McKay Wilson

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Community Service

Diana Dombrowski, Asher Stockler, Katelyn Cordero, Jonathan Bandler, Lana Bellamy,

Seth Harrison and Pat Oehler

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished News Photography

Seth Harrison

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Feature Photography

Frank Beccerra Jr.

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Sports Photography

Frank Beccerra Jr.

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Multi-Media Presentation

Journal News and USA TODAY Network New York Staff

 

 

 

 

The Post Star, Glens Falls

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Online Blog

Greg Brownell

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Editorial Writing

Will Doolittle

 

 

 

 

Poughkeepsie Journal

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Business Reporting

Saba Ali

 

 

 

 

Times Herald-Record, Middletown

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

10,000 – 24,999

Distinguished Headline Writing

Beth Kalet

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Daily Gazette, Schenectady

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished Feature Writing

John Cropley

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished Sports Column Writing

Mike MacAdam

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished Editorial Writing

Mark Mahoney

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished Page Design/Presentation

John Thorpe

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished Sports Writing

Adam Shinder

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished Community Service

Indiana Nash, Shenandoah Briere, Ashley Onyon,

Cailin Brown,

Lianne Webster-Kim

   

 

 

Staten Island Advance

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished Investigative Reporting

Kyle Lawson

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished News Photography

Jason Paderon

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished Multi-Media Presentation

Alexandra Salmieri

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished Column Writing

Pamela Silvestri

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished Feature Photography

Jason Paderon

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished Beat Reporting

Annalise Knudson

25,000 – 49,999

Distinguished Breaking News Coverage

Staff

 

 

 

 

The Post-Standard, Syracuse

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Sports Writing

Nate Mink

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Business Reporting

Rick Moriarty

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished State Government Coverage

Tim Knauss

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Sports Supplement

Jackie Domin, Hank Domin

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Editorial Writing

Marie Morelli

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Community Service

Marnie Eisenstadt

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Feature Writing

Marnie Eisenstadt

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Beat Reporting

James T. Mulder

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Investigative Reporting

James T. Mulder,

Michelle Breidenbach

 

 

 

 

Syracuse.com

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Multi-Media Presentation

Christa Lemczak,

N. Scott Trimble

 

 

 

 

Times Union, Albany

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Headline Writing

Gregory Dayton

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished News Photography

Staff

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Sports Photography

Lori Van Buren

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Feature Photography

Lori Van Buren

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Page Design/Presentation

Gregory Dayton

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Feature Supplement

Staff

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Online Blog

Kristi Barlette

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Breaking News Coverage

Staff

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished News Supplement

Staff

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Column Writing

Chris Churchill

50,000 – 75,000

Distinguished Online Photo Gallery

Will Waldron

 

 

 

 

 

 

Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

75,000 – and over

Distinguished State Government Coverage

David Robinson

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Feature Writing

Marcia Greenwood

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Community Service

Caroline Johnson, Marili Vaca, Mathew Leonard

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Multi-Media Presentation

Gary Craig, Ray Soto,

William Austin, Alan Davies, Mara Corbett, Stephen Beard, Mathew Leonard,

Annette Meade,

Tina McIntyre-Yee,

Shawn Dowd

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Investigative Reporting

Sarah Taddeo, Georgie Silvarole

 

 

 

 

Newsday, Long Island

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Sports Photography

J. Conrad Williams Jr.


75,000 – and over

Distinguished Feature Photography

Thomas A. Ferrara

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Online Photo Gallery

Thomas A. Ferrara

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Business Reporting

James T. Madore

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Beat Reporting

Sarina Trangle

 

 

 

 

Buffalo News

 

Circulation Class

Category

Winners

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Column Writing

Sean Kirst

75,000 – and over

Distinguished News Photography

Derek Gee

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Feature Supplement

Toni Ruberto, Terry Lew, Andrew Galarneau, Susan Martin, Jeff Miers, Be Tsujimoto, Geoff Nason, Mike Connelly, Cathaleen Curtiss, Derek Gee

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Page Design/Presentation

Terry Lew

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Column Writing

Mike Harrington

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Breaking News Coverage

Maki Becker, Tom Precious, Jerry Zremski, Bob McCarthy,

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Editorial Writing

Kevin Walter

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Live Sports Coverage

Jay Skurski, Jason Wolf,

Mark Gaughan, Vic Carucci, Maki Becker, James P. McCoy

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Sports Writing

Jason Wolf

75,000 – and over

Distinguished Sports Supplement

Vic Carucci, Mark Gaughan,

Jay Skurski, Jason Wolf, Harry Scull, James P. McCoy, Mark Mulville, Terry Lew,

Josh Barnett

 

Click here for a PDF file of the official press release announcing the 2021 Awards for Excellence winners.

Subject Categories
(Note: Print and digital content is eligible for entry in all categories, except in categories 18-20, which are reserved for online-only content, and categories 21-23, which are reserved for newspaper supplement and/or specialty publication content.) 

  1. Distinguished Breaking News Coverage
    Submissions should demonstrate effective newspaper response to deadline demands. Submissions may consist of a single story or a group of stories by one or more reporters relating to the same event. Submissions should demonstrate clarity, thoroughness, balance, and aggressiveness in the coverage of local spot news.

  2. Distinguished Live Sports Coverage
    Submissions should demonstrate effective newspaper response to deadline demands as related to live sporting events. Submissions may consist of a single story or a group of stories by one or more reporters relating to the same event. Submissions should demonstrate clarity, thoroughness, balance, and aggressiveness in the coverage of local live sports.

  3. Distinguished Investigative Reporting
    Submissions should demonstrate thorough, thoughtful, fair, and resourceful reporting of local stories that reveal corruption or malfeasance or inherent flaws in the functioning of society's institutions, and/or stories that effectively measure the performance of those institutions against their stated missions. Submissions may consist of a single story or a group of stories by one or more reporters relating to the same event.

  4. Distinguished Business Reporting
    Submissions should demonstrate effective newspaper coverage of business and the economy, skillful investigative reporting and excellence in writing style, editing, display and other pertinent criteria. The subject matter should deal primarily with how business and economic events relate to individuals and the newspaper's community. In this category, a submission may be one or more articles from the same edition relating to the same story, or a series of articles on a common subject running on different days.

  5. Distinguished Beat Reporting
    Submissions should demonstrate sustained and knowledgeable coverage of a particular subject or activity of local interest. Submissions should be a series of no more than five reports on the same subject or activity by the same writer.

  6. Distinguished Editorial Writing
    Submissions should demonstrate a genuine concern for local community problems; courage in taking a position regardless of the popular view and/or against own self-interest; originality of viewpoint and style; and other pertinent criteria. Each submission must be a local editorial. One or more editorials by the same writer on the same subject may be submitted to this category.

  7. Distinguished Feature Writing
    Submissions should showcase good writing in non-deadline situations. Submissions may include personality profiles, trend stories, narratives and general features. Submissions should demonstrate style, originality and the ability to make readers laugh, cry or feel. Submissions may consist of a single story or a series of stories from one or more editions relating to the same subject.          

  8. Distinguished Sports Writing
    Submissions should demonstrate effective coverage of the people, institutions or trends in the local sports community employing thorough, thoughtful, fair, and resourceful reporting as well as quality writing. Submissions may consist of a single story or a group of stories by one or more reporters relating to the same topic.

  9. Distinguished Column Writing
    Submissions should demonstrate originality, insight, wit, the capacity to illuminate character, and the capacity to enhance the reader's understanding of persons and events in the community served by the newspaper. Submissions may be a single column or a body of work by the same writer up to a maximum of five columns.

  10. Distinguished Sports Column Writing
    Submissions should demonstrate originality, insight, wit, the capacity to illuminate character, and the capacity to enhance the reader’s understanding of persons and events in local or national sports. Submissions may be a single body of work by the same writer up to a maximum of five columns.

  11. Distinguished Headline Writing
    Submissions should demonstrate clarity, creativity, and the capacity to distill and capture the essence of the story. Single submissions only will be accepted in this category.

  12. Distinguished Community Service
    Submissions (in this category a submission may be a series of articles and/or editorials on a common subject) should demonstrate effort and effect on the part of the local newspaper toward the improvement of the community served, as well as an effort on the newspaper’s part to engage the community through both traditional and new media.

  13. Distinguished State Government Coverage
    Submissions should demonstrate effective newspaper coverage of state government as manifested in service to the community; skillful investigative reporting and excellence in writing style, editing, display, and other pertinent criteria. The subject matter should deal primarily with an aspect of state government - the legislature, executive branch, a specific state agency, etc. - and how it relates to the community. In this category, a submission may be one or more articles from the same edition relating to the same story, or a series of articles on a common subject running on different days.

  14. Distinguished Page Design/Presentation
    Submissions should demonstrate strong visual appeal, style and originality; and should enhance the written content, making it easy to understand or navigate. Submissions may be a single page or a body of work designed by the same person, up to a maximum of three examples. If submitting a series, up to three days' editions may be included.

  15. Distinguished News Photography
    Submissions should demonstrate news value, timeliness, communicative effectiveness, and skill as shown in composition and technical quality. A submission may be one or more photographs from one or more editions relating to the same news event.

  16. Distinguished Feature Photography
    Submissions should demonstrate imagination in the handling of feature subjects; communicative effectiveness; appeal to reader interest; and skill in composition, technical quality, and cropping. A submission may be one or more photographs from one or more editions relating to the same feature subject.

  17. Distinguished Sports Photography
    Submissions should sharply capture the drama inherent in human athletic competition and draw the reader's eye to peak action, capturing the moment and communicating it on an emotional level with a high degree of technical skill, composition and quality. A submission may be one or more photographs from one or more editions relating to the same subject.

  18. Distinguished Online Photo Gallery
    Submissions should consist of a series of photographs which appeared on a newspaper’s website in a single gallery. Submissions should enhance the story to which the gallery is attached, while demonstrating the highest standards of photojournalism.

  19. Distinguished Online Blog
    Submissions should demonstrate timeliness, originality, insight, reader interaction and the capacity to enhance the reader's understanding of persons and events in the community served by the newspaper. Submissions may be a single day's blog entry or entries, or a series of blog entries over the course of the year by the same writer, with a maximum of ten entries.

  20. Distinguished Multi-Media Presentation
    Submissions should demonstrate work that incorporates distinguished journalistic storytelling via media other than the print format. Submissions may consist of web-based interactive graphics and displays, videos, photo galleries and audio slideshows, or any combination of all of these elements. Creativity, ease-of-use for the website visitor, impact on the community and overall technical execution will be among factors considered by the judges.

  21. Distinguished News Supplement
    Submissions should demonstrate imaginative layout and design; creative use of headlines; solid, staff-written articles; and high-quality photos relating to a breaking news event. Submissions should also demonstrate knowledge of and connection with the newspaper’s community, and must contain primarily locally-produced content. Submissions may be one example of a regularly-produced weekly supplement, or a one-time supplement or publication.

  22. Distinguished Sports Supplement
    Submissions should demonstrate imaginative layout and design; creative use of headlines; solid, staff-written articles; and high-quality photos relating to a local or national sporting event. Submissions should also demonstrate knowledge of and connection with the newspaper’s community, and must contain primarily locally-produced content. Submissions may be one example of a regularly-produced weekly supplement, or a one-time supplement or publication.

  23. Distinguished Feature Supplement
    Submissions should demonstrate imaginative layout and design; creative use of headlines; solid, staff-written articles; and high-quality photos relating to a common feature. Submissions should also demonstrate knowledge of and connection with the newspaper’s community, and must contain primarily locally-produced content. Submissions may be one example of a regularly-produced weekly supplement, or a one-time supplement or publication.


Archived 2020 Contest Information

The New York News Publishers Association has announced the winners of its 2020 Awards for Excellence competition. Due to COVID-19 our traditional awards banquet was again cancelled.

The annual contest recognizes journalistic excellence among the association’s member newspapers. Contest judges selected winners from 388 entries submitted by 20 New York State daily newspapers.

For the complete list of winners, download the 2020 contest's press release via the link below:


Archived 2019 Contest Information

The New York News Publishers Association has announced the winners of its 2019 Awards for Excellence competition. Due to COVID-19 our traditional awards banquet was cancelled.

The annual contest recognizes journalistic excellence among the association’s member newspapers. Contest judges selected winners from 358 entries submitted by 19 New York State daily newspapers.

For the complete list of winners, download the 2019 contest's press release via the link below:


Archived 2018 Contest Information

The New York News Publishers Association has announced the winners of its 2018 Awards for Excellence competition. This year’s winners were officially recognized at the 2019 Continuing Excellence Banquet and Reception on Wednesday, July 17 at the Hearst Media Center at 645 Albany Shaker Road, Albany.

The annual contest recognizes journalistic excellence among the association’s member newspapers.

This year, contest judges selected winners from 407 entries submitted by 20 New York state daily newspapers.

For the complete list of winners, download the 2018 contest's press release via the link below:


Archived 2017 Contest Information

The New York News Publishers Association has announced the winners of its 2017 Awards for Excellence competition. This year’s winners were officially recognized at the 2018 Continuing Excellence Banquet and Reception on Wednesday, July 18 at the Hearst Media Center at 645 Albany Shaker Road, Albany.

The annual contest recognizes journalistic excellence among the association’s member newspapers.

This year, contest judges selected winners from 399 entries submitted by 24 New York state daily newspapers.

For the complete list of winners, download the 2017 contest's press release and presentation via the links below:


Archived 2016 Contest Information

The New York News Publishers Association has announced the winners of its 2016 Awards for Excellence competition. This year’s winners were officially recognized at the 2017 Continuing Excellence Banquet and Reception on Wednesday, July 19 at The State Room in Albany.

The annual contest recognizes journalistic excellence among the association’s member newspapers.

This year, contest judges selected winners from 436 entries submitted by 23 New York State daily newspapers.

For the complete list of winners, download the 2016 contest's press release and presentation via the links below:


Archived 2015 Contest Information

The New York News Publishers Association has announced the winners of its 2015 Awards for Excellence competition. This year’s winners were officially recognized at the 2016 Continuing Excellence Banquet and Reception on Wednesday, July 20 at The State Room in Albany.

The annual contest recognizes journalistic excellence among the association’s member newspapers.

This year, contest judges selected winners from 482 entries submitted by 26 New York State daily newspapers.

For the complete list of winners, download the 2015 contest's press release and presentation via the links below:


Archived 2013-2014 Contest Information

The New York News Publishers Association has announced the winners of its 2013-2014 Awards for Excellence competition. This year’s winners were officially recognized at the Continuing Excellence Banquet and Reception on Wednesday, July 22 at The State Room in Albany.

The annual contest recognizes journalistic excellence among the association’s member newspapers.

This year, contest judges selected winners from 480 entries submitted by 28 New York State daily newspapers.

Once again, the Poughkeepsie Journal was the biggest winner of the competition, taking home 14 awards in the 25,000-49,999 circulation group.

Other big winners of the contest included Newsday (12 awards in Over 175,000), the Press-Republican in Plattsburgh (11 awards in 10,000-24,999), The Post-Standard in Syracuse (8 awards in 50,000-175,000) and the Finger Lakes Times in Geneva (7 awards in 10,000-24,999).

Additionally, four people were honored with NYNPA’s John Peter Zenger Award, which recognizes individuals who demonstrate an unyielding dedication to freedom of the press in the state of New York. The 2015 honorees were Donna Donovan, Lisa Robert Lewis, Barbara Lombardo and Barry Rothfeld.

For the complete list of winners and bios of the John Peter Zenger Award winners, or to view the awards banquet slideshow presentation, please utilize the links below:

Archived 2012-2013 Contest Information

The New York News Publishers Association has announced the winners of its 2012-2013 Awards for Excellence competition. This year’s winners were officially recognized at the Continuing Excellence Banquet and Reception on Wednesday, April 9 at The State Room in Albany. The annual contest recognizes journalistic excellence among the association’s member newspapers.

Contest judges selected winners from 567 entries submitted by 34 New York State daily newspapers. To download the banquet's awards presentation slideshow or NYNPA's official press release announcing this year's contest winners please use the links below:


Archived 2011-2012 Contest Information
The New York News Publishers Association has announced the winners of its 2011-2012 Awards for Excellence competition. This year’s winners were officially recognized at the Continuing Excellence Banquet and Reception on Wednesday, April 10, 2013 at The State Room in Albany. The annual contest recognizes journalistic excellence among the association’s member newspapers.

Contest judges selected winners from 566 entries submitted by 37 New York State daily newspapers. For a complete list of results, please download the official press release below:


Archived 2010-2011 Contest Information
The New York News Publishers Association has announced the winners of its 2010-2011 Awards for Excellence competition. This year’s winners were officially recognized at the Continuing Excellence Banquet and Reception on Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at The State Room in Albany. The annual contest recognizes journalistic excellence among the association’s member newspapers.

Contest judges selected winners from 512 entries submitted by 28 New York State daily newspapers. For a complete list of results, please download either of the following documents:


Archived 2009-2010 Contest Information
The New York News Publishers Association has announced the winners of its 2009-2010 Awards for Excellence competition. This year’s winners were officially recognized at the Continuing Excellence Banquet and Reception on Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at The State Room in Albany. The annual contest recognizes journalistic excellence among the association’s member newspapers.

Contest judges selected winners from 644 entries submitted by 33 New York State daily newspapers. For a complete list of results, please download any of the following documents:

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