3x Finalist! What are the SoCal Journalism Awards?
What are the Southern California Journalism Awards?
“The Southern California Journalism Awards were born during the Cold War, when Los Angeles journalism was dominated by the city’s many newspapers. Television was in its infancy. Developments like all-news radio were still years away. Women journalists were rare in mainstream media. Minorities, even rarer.
Today we see greater diversity in the newsroom and in the ways we provide information. The Press Club has been striving to embrace Internet journalists and bloggers–clearly the wave of the future.
The Southern California Journalism Awards, now celebrating 59 years of recognizing high-caliber journalism, continues to call attention to the Los Angeles area’s fine journalists while promoting excellence in new and emerging media.”
Lisa Niver is a 2018 Finalist in three categories for the Southern California Journalism Awards:
TRAVEL REPORTING: Popsugar Fitness
PERSONALITY PROFILE: Saturday Evening Post: A World War II Hero Remembers Guadalcanal
“The 60th SoCal Journalism Awards Contest is the largest and most impressive in our Los Angeles Press Club’s recent history. Our judges sorted through nearly 1,400 entries. Our finalists represent the most talented and hardworking journalists in Southern California! ”
Awards for Editorial Excellence in 2017 and Honorary Awards for 2018.
The 60th SoCal Journalism Awards Contest as we award the best and brightest of Southern California journalism!
We’ll also be honoring:
* LESTER HOLT – The Joseph M. Quinn Award for Lifetime Achievement
*KIM YOSHINO – The Presidents Award for Impact on Media
*RAIF BADAWI – The Daniel Pearl Award for Courage and Integrity in Journalism
*DOLLY PARTON – The Bill Rosendahl Public Service Award for Contributions to Civic Life
ABOUT THE GALA
When: Sunday, June 24, 2018
4:30 p.m. – red carpet
5 p.m. – cocktails and silent auction
6 p.m. – dinner and program
Where: Crystal Ballroom
Millennium Biltmore Hotel
506 S. Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA
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