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2021 WINNER for Technology Reporting! YAY!

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November 12, 2021

Thank you Los Angeles Press Club and Southern California Journalism Awards! I am honored to be 3rd place winner for Technology Reporting!

2021 Winner: Southern California Journalism Awards

B6. TECHNOLOGY REPORTING WINNERS:

1st: Alena Maschke, Long Beach Post, “Lies, Manipulations, Impersonations: ‘Dirty Tricks’ on Social Media Descend on Local Politics” https://bit.ly/3uFHwqT Judges’ comment: The conflict between technology and humanity is perfectly illustrated on an immediate and direct basis — with intriguing twists and turns.

2nd Matthew Leising, Bloomberg Businessweek, “My Trip Down the Crypto Rabbit Hole in Search of the DAO Hacker”

3rd Lisa Niver, Thrive Global, “Is Talking Through Technology Making You More Human? With Rana el Kaliouby

 

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The five Finalists for B6. TECHNOLOGY REPORTING

* Lisa Niver, Thrive Global, “Is Talking Through Technology Making You More Human? With Rana el Kaliouby”

* Michelle Boston, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, “Remember Me” * Matthew Leising, Bloomberg Businessweek, “My Trip Down the Crypto Rabbit Hole in Search of the DAO Hacker” * Alena Maschke, Long Beach Post, “Lies, Manipulations, Impersonations: ‘Dirty Tricks’ on Social Media Descend on Local Politics” * Alex Weprin, The Hollywood Reporter, “NBCUniversal Quietly Sold $500 Million Stake in Snapchat”

Lisa Niver has won many awards! From 2017 to 2021, in the Southern California Journalism Awards and National Arts and Entertainment Journalism Awards, she has won five times and been a finalist seventeen times for a variety of broadcast, print and digital categories. 

2021: Southern California Journalism Awards Winner for Technology Reporting for Thrive Global article, “Is Talking Through Technology Making You More Human? with Rana el Kaliouby.”

2021: Southern California Journalism Awards Finalist for Book Criticism

2021: National Arts and Entertainment Journalism Awards Winner for Book Critic See all of Lisa’s book reviews here.

2020: Southern California Journalism Awards Winner: Print Magazine Feature: Hemispheres Magazine for United Airlines, “Painter by the Numbers, Rembrandt” Finalist for: Online Journalist of the Year, Activism Journalism, Educational Reporting, Broadcast Lifestyle Feature

2020: Southern California Journalism awards 5x Finalist: Online Journalist of the Year, Activism Journalism, Educational Reporting, Print Magazine Feature, Broadcast Lifestyle Feature

2019: National Arts and Entertainment Journalism Awards Winner: Soft News Feature for Film/TV: KTLA TV Oscars Countdown to Gold with Lisa Niver and Finalist for: Soft News, Business/Music/Tech/Art

2019 Southern California Journalism Awards  Finalist: Broadcast Television Lifestyle Segment: Ogden Ski Getaway

2018: Southern California Journalism Awards Finalist: Science/Technology Reporting, Travel Reporting, Personality Profile

2017: Southern California Journalism Awards  Winner: Print Column “A journey to freedom over three Passovers” Finalist for: Travel Reporting.

More of my Awards? CLICK HERE!

 

KTLA TABLE
Lisa Niver, Dr. Wendy Walsh and Julio Caro
Lisa Niver, Magnus Walker, Hannah Elliott, Chris Palmeri, Bloomberg, Dr. Wendy Walsh and Julio Caro
Lisa Niver and Rob Eshman, The Daily Forward, former EIC, The Jewish Journal
Lisa Niver and Susan Bejeckian
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – OCTOBER 16: BJ Korros and Lisa Niver attend the Los Angeles Press Club’s 63rd Annual Journalism Awards Dinner at Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles on October 16, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Robin L Marshall/Getty Images)
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