Monday, November 01, 2010

Nashville wins a 2010 online journalism award

The Tennessean was honored today in the 2010 Online Journalism Awards in the category of "breaking news, small site," for its coverage of flooding in the city this year. It was one of 31 winners.

Launched in May 2000, the OJAs are administered by the Online News Association, in partnership with the University of Miami’s School of Communication. Six awards now come with a total of $33,000 in prize money, courtesy of the Gannett Foundation and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the association said in a statement.

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