Monday, April 18, 2011

Awards | Reminder: Pulitzers out at 3 p.m. today

[Updated at 3:07 p.m. ET. Here's the list of winners and finalists.] Columbia University is scheduled to announce journalism's top awards at 3 p.m. ET. The Poynter Institute's Roy J. Harris looks at the prospects, and provides a wrap-up of awards already given this year for work produced in 2010.

Columbia doesn't announce finalists in advance. Winners and finalists will be disclosed in New York City at

Two Gannett newspapers were honored last year. The Des Moines Register won for "heart-stopping" water rescue photo. And, the Asbury Park Press was a finalist in the award's top category, public service.

Earlier: Gannett Blog named a finalist in the 2011 Mirror Awards, given for media industry reporting.

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  1. Why don't they have a winner in Breaking News if they have three finalist?

  2. 3:13 I was wondering the same thing. Jim, do you know the reason behind that?


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