The San Diego Press Club Excellence in Journalism Awards were held on Tuesday in Balboa Park, during which time the name of publication won awards–including best local news site for the sixth time. From the submissions that earned first prize, Contributing photographers Chris Stone and Contributing editor Ken Stone, a married couple from La Mesa, collected and awards respectively for their journalism, photography as well as their video production skills. Two of them collaborated on projects andChris Stone took all three places in photojournalism for news photos. Lastly, Chris Jennewein of Del Mar as editor and the publisher of the site that was founded in 2005 has been awarded an individual first-place prize for his selection.
It’s an honor to be a part of Times of San Diego to be recognized as the best news outlet within San Diego for the sixth time. Times of San Diego attracts daily new readers and can receive the prestigious recognition due to Ken, Chris and JW.
The San Diego Union-Tribune staff and contributors presented three men with specific honors in recognition of their careers in news media, public relations, as well as media management. For example, CBS reporter Steve Fiorina received the Harold Keen Award for the Most Outstanding Contribution to Journalism, the binational PR director Jorge D’Garay received the Andy Mace Award for outstanding contributions in Public Relations. Finally, the retired KGTV Chief Assignment Editor Brad McLellan received the Jim Reiman Award for outstanding media Management.
The Times of San Diego is proud to announce that it has won the first place in three categories from vice’s contest. Chris Jennewein is one of the Times of San Diego employee has won the category news web site. Jennewein received the coverage of elections category for his piece, “Voter Guide: San Diego County and State Races during June Primary Election”. And in the essay/commentary/opinion category, Jennewein won for his article “Newspapers Squandered Their Monopoly-Era Profits and Now Blame Google and Facebook.
One “Honor Flight’s Ending Trip in the wake of WWII, Korean War” Photography — Portrait of Chris Stone, “Honor Flight’s Lone Female Veteran: Final Trip from D.C.
This text was created in a Formal tone: Governors’ Online and Daily newspapers: Features – Serious Subject: Ken Stone, “Echo from / in La Mesa: Lt. Thomas M.
What we can learn
Honor Flight is an excellent program, and it’s always uplifting to read about the experiences of participants. There’s a glaring omission in the program – female veterans. It is an unfortunate fact that there are not enough female veterans in the program to fill the entire flight, however that doesn’t mean that women should be overlooked. Honor Flight is an excellent program. Honor Flight program is a fantastic way to provide veterans the respect that they are due and it’s crucial that we keep supporting the program.