Indianapolis Monthly Wins 10 ‘Best in Indiana Journalism’ Awards

Announced over the weekend by the state chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, the 2014 honors include five first-place nods.

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At its annual banquet on Friday, the state chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists announced 10 2014 Best in Indiana Journalism awards for IM, including five first-place winners. Here is the complete list of honorees:

First Place
“The Boy With Half a Brain” (August), by Michael Rubino
Medical or Science Reporting, any publication with circulation over 40,000

First Place
“Turning the Page” (June), by Evan West
Business or Consumer Affairs Reporting, any publication with circulation over 40,000

First Place
Back Home Again column, by Philip Gulley. Entries included: “Grave Expectations” (March),  “Lucky Dog” (August), and “Stick with Me” (November).
Column Writing, magazines and non-daily newspapers

First Place
“Larry Bird’s Greatest Shot Was the One He Didn’t Take” (December), by Michael Rubino
Sports Reporting, magazines and non-daily newspapers

First Place
“Into the Darkness” (October), by Evan West
Features Writing, magazines and non-daily newspapers

Second Place
“In the Line of Fire,” (March), by Michael Rubino
Criminal Justice Reporting, any publication with circulation over 40,000

Second Place
IM‘s April, August, and December covers, by design director Todd Urban
Cover Design, all magazines or periodicals

Third Place
“When Will Kristine Bunch Be Free?” (January), by Megan Fernandez
Criminal Justice Reporting, any publication with circulation over 40,000

Third Place
“It Takes a Village” (September), by Megan Fernandez
Education Coverage, any publication with circulation over 40,000

Third place
Deborah Paul column, by Deborah Paul. Entries included: “Modern Family” (April), “War Torn” (August), and “Class Dismissed” (September).
Column Writing, magazines and non-daily newspapers

 

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