The Online News Association announced the winners of their annual Online Journalism Awards during their annual conference on September 13.
Reuters.com/MediaStorm won the Multimedia Feature, Large Site: category for Bearing Witness, a collaborative site launched on the 5th Anniversary of the Iraq war, featuring profiles of three Reuter’s journalists who have more than 23 years combined experience reporting and photographing in Iraq.
With nearly 800 entrants per category, these awards recognize the best in online journalism.
Other categories and winners included:
Knight Award for Public Service: WashingtonPost.com, Fixing D.C. Schools
General Excellence, Small Site: ArmyTimes.com
General Excellence, Medium Sites: LasVegasSun.com
General Excellence, Large Site: CNN.com
General Excellence (Non-English), Small Site: Soitu.es
General Excellence (Non-English), Large Site: ELPAIS.com
Breaking News, Medium Sites: STLtoday.com, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Kirkwood shootings
Breaking News, Large Sites: NYTimes.com, Eliot Spitzer’s resignation
Investigative Journalism, Small Site: RecordOnline.com, The Times Herald Record (Middletown, N.Y.) “I Didn’t Do That Murder”: Lebrew Jones and the death of Micki Hall
Multimedia Feature, Small Site: GEO.fr, Hidden World
Multimedia Feature, Medium Sites: STLtoday.com, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Reporting for Duty
Online Commentary, Small Site: Mark Fiore, MarkFiore.com, animated political cartoons
Online Commentary, Medium Sites: The Bottom Line, DallasNews.com, The Dallas Morning News
Online Commentary, Large Site: God-O-Meter, Beliefnet.com
Online Video Presentation: OregonLive.com, The Oregonian, Living to the End
Outstanding Use of Digital Technology, Small Sites: Everyblock.com
Outstanding Use of Digital Technology, Large Site: DesMoinesRegister.com, Iowa Caucuses
Specialty Site Journalism: WebMD
Topical Reporting, Small Sites: Azstarnet.com, Arizona Daily Star, Immigration in the Spotlight
Topical Reporting, Large Sites: USAToday.com, Today in the Sky