The 2013 BOP WINNER'S LIST

NPPA's 2013 Best of Photojournalism Annual Contest "the contest designed for photojournalists by photojournalists"
National Press Photographers Association's 2013 Best Of Photojournalism Competition Results

STILL PHOTOJOURNALISM FINALS JUDGES:
Jack Gruber, Boyzell Hosey and Amy Sancetta
Judged at Ohio University's School of Visual Communication

WINNERS:

PHOTOJOURNALIST OF THE YEAR (Large Markets)
First Place:                    RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post
Second Place:               Damon Winter, The New York Times
Third Place:                   Tyler Hicks, The New York Times
Award of Excellence:     Patrick Smith, Freelance
 
PHOTOJOURNALIST OF THE YEAR (Smaller Markets)
First Place:                    David Weatherwax, The Herald (Jasper, IN)
Second Place:               Tom Kelly IV, Freelance
Third Place:                   Gerry Melendez, The State (Columbia, SC)
Award of Excellence:     Michael Holahan, The Augusta Chronicle

SPORTS PHOTOJOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
First Place:              Patrick Smith, Freelance
Second Place:         Quinn Rooney, Getty Images
Third Place:             Bill Frakes, Sports Illustrated

CLIFF EDOM'S "NEW AMERICA AWARD"
Winner:                  Aaron Huey, Freelance for National Geographic Magazine, "In The Shadow Of Wounded Knee"
Awards of Merit:     Joe Amon, The Denver Post
Awards of Merit:    April Saul, The Philadelphia Inquirer

THE RETURNING VETERANS, COMING HOME:
First Place:                    Jay Janner, Austin American-Statesman
Second Place:               Lisa Krantz, San Antonio Express-News
Third Place:                   Tyler Hicks, The New York Times
Award of Excellence:     Patrick Smith, Freelance

INTERNATIONAL NEWS SINGLE:
First Place:                   Manas Paran, Associated Press
Second Place:              Goran Tomasevic, Reuters
Third Place:                  Esteban Felix, Associated Press
Award of Excellence:    Paul Hansen, Dagens Nyheter

INTERNATIONAL NEWS PICTURE STORY:
First Place:                   Bernat Armangue, Associated Press
Second Place:              Paul Hansen, Dagens Nyheter
Third Place:                  Kirill Ovchinnikov, Russian Reporter Magazine
Award of Excellence:    Elio Colavolpe, Emblema
Award of Excellence:    Cesar Manso, Agence France-Presse
Award of Excellence:    Altaf Qadri, Associated Press

GENERAL NEWS SINGLE:
First Place:                   John Moore, Getty Images
Second Place:              RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post
Third Place:                  Patrick Smith, Freelance
Award of Excellence:    Heather Charles, Chicago Tribune
Award of Excellence:    Pete Marovich, Freelance for European Press Agency
Award of Excellence:     Valerie Mosley, Springfield News-Leader

DOMESTIC NEWS SINGLE:
First Place:                   Adrees Latif, Reuters
Second Place:              Gregory Shaver, The Journal-Times
Third Place:                  Bill Roth, Anchorage Daily News
Award of Excellence:    Mike Eliason, ZUMA Press
Award of Excellence:    Michelle McLoughlin, Freelance for Reuters
Award of Excellence:    Peter Pereira, The Standard-Times

DOMESTIC NEWS PICTURE STORY:
First Place:                    Adrees Latif, Reuters
Second Place:               Adrees Latif, Reuters
Third Place:                   Jessica Hill, Associated Press
Award of Excellence:     Robert Stolarik, Freelance for The New York Times

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES SINGLE:
First Place:                   Vadim Ghirda, Associated Press
Second Place:              Roberto Schmidt, Agence France-Presse
Third Place:                  Manish Swarup, Associated Press
Award of Excellence:    Jimmy Alford, Wise County Messenger
Award of Excellence:    Rebecca Blackwell, Associated Press
Award of Excellence:    Jacquelyn Martin, Associated Press
Award of Excellence:    Arkasha Stevenson, Los Angeles Times

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES STORY:
First Place:                   Johnny Hanson, Houston Chronicle
Second Place:              Alejandro Cartagena, Freelance for Newsweek
Third Place:                  Craig F. Walker, The Denver Post
Award of Excellence:    Jacob Ehrbahn, Politiken
Award of Excellence:    Emilio Morenatti, Associated Press

FEATURE SINGLE: 
First Place:                   Wally Skalij, Los Angeles Times
Second Place:              Andrew Harnik, The Washington Times
Third Place:                  Kacper Kowalski, Panos Pictures
Award of Excellence:    Karim Sahib, Agency France-Press
Award of Excellence:    Jacob Ehrbahn, Politiken
Award of Excellence:    Daniel Ochoa de Olza, Associated Press
Award of Excellence:    Probal Rashid, OnAsia Images

PORTRAIT AND PERSONALITY SINGLE:
First Place:          Alex Garcia, Chicago Tribune
Second Place:     Arkasha Stevenson, Los Angeles Times
Third Place:         Tyrone Turner, Freelance for National Geographic Magazine

PORTRAIT SERIES:
First Place:                   Andrea Gjestvang, Moment Agency
Second Place:              Mila Teshaieva, Laif
Third Place:                  Colin Delfosse, Out Of Focus
Award of Excellence:    Jay L. Clendenin, Los Angeles Times

ENVIRONMENT SINGLE:
First Place:                   Michael Chow, The Arizona Republic
Second Place:              Mark Kelley, Alaska Magazine
Third Place:                  Betinna Hansen, The Seattle Times
Award of Excellence:    Andrey Antov
Award of Excellence:    Andrey Antov (Two Different Images)
Award of Excellence:    Sam Dean, The Roanoke Times

ENVIRONMENT PICTURE STORY:
First Place:                    Ivan Kashinsky, Freelance for National Geographic
Second Place:               James Morgan 
Third Place:                   Mario Tama, Getty Images South America
Award of Excellence:     Dan Bates, The Herald
Award of Excellence:     Alex Hofford, European Press Agency

SPORTS ACTION SINGLE:
First Place:                   Jessica Hill, Associated Press
Second Place:              Karen Warren, Houston Chronicle
Third Place:                  Andrew Harnik, The Washington Times
Award of Excellence:    Vernon Bryant, The Dallas Morning News
Award of Excellence:    Bill Frakes, Sports Illustrated
Award of Excellence:    Kai-Huei Yau, Tri-City Herald

SPORTS FEATURE SINGLE:
First Place:                   Mike Roemer, Freelance for Associated Press
Second Place:              Ben Brewer, Deseret News
Third Place:                  Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News
Award of Excellence:    Scott Barbour, Getty Images AsiaPac
Award of Excellence:    Mathieu Belanger, Reuters
Award of Excellence:    Patrick Smith, Freelance for Getty Images
Award of Excellence:    Suzanne M. Tylander

SPORTS PICTURE STORY:
First Place:                   Patrick Smith, Freelance for Getty Images
Second Place:              Majid Saeedi
Third Place:                  Carlos Gonzales, Star Tribune
Award of Excellence:    Andrew Harnik, The Washington Times

OLYMPIC ACTION SINGLE:
First Place:                   David J. Phillip, Associated Press
Second Place:              Brian Peterson, Star Tribune
Third Place:                  David J. Phillip, Associated Press
Award of Excellence:    Al Bello, Getty Images
Award of Excellence:    Simon Bruty, Sports Illustrated
Award of Excellence:    Philip Noble, Reuters
Award of Excellence:    Suzanne Plunkett, Reuters

OLYMPICS FEATURE:
First Place:                   Adrian Dennis, Agency France-Press
Second Place:              Tim Clayton
Third Place:                  Ezra Shaw, Getty Images
Award of Excellence:    Erza Shaw, Getty Images
Award of Excellence:    Robert Gauthier, Los Angeles Times

OLYMPIC STORY:
First Place:          David Goldman, Associated Press
Second Place:     Ezra Shaw, Getty Images
Third Place:         Chris McGrath, Getty Images

PICTORIAL SINGLES:
First Place:                   Erika Schultz, The Seattle Times
Second Place:              Tom Kelly IV, Freelance
Third Place:                  Brian Cassella, Chicago Tribune
Award of Excellence:    Benjamin Krian, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Award of Excellence:    Robin Loznak, ZUMA Press
Award of Excellence:    Jonathan Newton, The Washington Post
Award of Excellence:    Christopher Pike, The National
Award of Excellence:    RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post

BEST PUBLISHED PICTURE STORY (Large Markets):
First Place:                   Melissa Lyttle, Tampa Bay Times
Second Place:              Matthieu Paley
Third Place:                  Aaron Huey, Freelance for National Geographic
Award of Excellence:    Lisa Krantz, San Antonio Express-News

BEST PUBLISHED PICTURE STORY (Smaller Markets):
First Place:                   Jill Nance, The News & Advance
Second Place:              Jill Nance, The News & Advance
Third Place:                  Brian Powers, Sun-Times Media
Award of Excellence:    Dave Weatherwax, The Herald
Award of Excellence:    Dave Weatherwax, The Herald (Two Different Images)

NON-TRADITIONAL PHOTOJOURNALISM PUBLISHING:
First Place:         Niclas Hammarstrom/Kontinent, ZUMA Press
Second Place:    Sayed Asif Mahmud, Freelance
Third Place:        Christopher Capozziello, Freelance

ROAD TO OFFICE PICTURE STORY:
First Place:                   Damon Winter, The New York Times
Second Place:              Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images
Third Place:                  Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images
Award of Excellence:    Adam Dean, Panos Pictures
Award of Excellence:    Brooks Kraft, Corbis

ROAD TO OFFICE SINGLE:
First Place:                   Brooks Kraft, Corbis
Second Place:              Max Whittaker, Freelance for Getty Images
Third Place:                  Jerry Wolford, News & Record (Greensboro, NC)
Award of Excellence:    Doug Mills, The New York Times
Award of Excellence:    Joe Raedle, Getty Images
Award of Excellence:    Damon Winter, The New York Times

PHOTOJOURNALISM EDITING JUDGES:
Bert Fox, Matt Moyer and Molly Roberts
Judged, April 20 + 21 at Ohio University's School of Visual Communication

WINNERS:

THE PREMIERE AWARDS: BEST USE OF PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS + PICTURE EDITORS OF THE YEAR AWARDS


For Newspapers with less than 75,000 circulation:

1st Place:       Eric Strachan & Michel Fortier, Naples Daily News
2nd Place:     Justin Rumbach, The Herald (Jasper, IN)
3rd Place:      Justin Best, The Herald, (Everett, WA)
HM:                Rob Romig, The Register-Guard


For Newspapers with 75,000 circulation or more:

1st Place:     Michele McNally and the New York Times Photo Staff
2nd Place:    Colin Crawford, The Los Angeles Times
3rd Place:     Kenneth D. Lyons, The Denver Post

For magazines:

1st Place:    Carol Nakagawa, of The Seattle Times' Pacific Northwest Magazine

For Electronic Publications:

NPPA Best Use Of Photography By Electronic Publications Title:
1st Place:     Scott Mc Kiernan, zReportage.com a Vision of ZUMA PRESS
2nd Place:    Andrew Piper, coloradoseen.com


NPPA Newspaper Picture Editor of the Year:

NEWSPAPER PICTURE EDITOR OF THE YEAR: Mark Edelson, The Palm Beach Post
               Runner-Up: Mary Cooney, Los Angeles Times
           Honorable Mention: Michele McNally, The New York Times

NPPA Newspaper Picture Editor of the Year (Team):

NEWSPAPER PICTURE EDITOR OF THE YEAR (TEAM): The Los Angeles Times Photography Editing Staff

NPPA Magazine Picture Editor of the Year:

MAGAZINE PICTURE EDITOR OF THE YEAR: Jamie Wellford, Newsweek


 
The FULL LIST OF MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER EDITING WINNERS

1) PHOTOJOURNALISM EDITING NEWSPAPERS


Newspaper Editing - Newspaper Front Page (EN01)
1st Place:     Mark Edelson, The Palm Beach Post for "Our Hearts Are Broken Today," coverage of the Newtown shooting
2nd Place:    Kenneth D. Lyons and Tim Rasmussen, The Denver Post
3rd Place:    Michele McNally, Nancy Weinstock and Sara Barrett, The New York Times
HM:              Robert St. John, The Los Angeles Times
HM:              Brian Kratzer and Josh Nichol-Caddy, Columbia Missourian


Newspaper Editing - News Section (Other Than Front Page) (EN02)
1st Place:     Michele McNally and Cornelius Schmid, The New York Times for "Election 2012"
2nd Place:    Michele McNally and Cornelius Schmid, The New York Times for "Election 2012"
3rd Place:     Matt Craig, The Wall Street Journal, Review Section: "UNDER ATTACK"


Newspaper Editing - Newspaper Sports Section Front (EN03)
1st Place:     Becky Lebowitz Hanger, The New York Times for "Sports Sunday"
2nd Place:    Becky Lebowitz Hanger and Brad Smith , The New York Times
3rd Place:     Sonya Doctorian, The Washington Post
HM:               Sonya Doctorian, The Washington Post


Newspaper Editing - Newspaper Sports Project (EN04)
1st Place:     Becky Lebowitz Hanger, The New York Times for "In First For Olympics, Amputee Will Run"
2nd Place:    Becky Lebowitz Hanger, The New York Times
3rd Place:     Justin Rumbach, The Herald (Jasper, IN.)
HM:               Becky Lebowitz Hanger, The New York Times


Newspaper Editing - Single-Page Documentary & Photojournalism Project (EN05)
1st Place:     Martin Smith-Rodden, The Virginian-Pilot for "Daily Life In Afghanistan"
2nd Place:    Michele McNally and Cornelius Schmid, The New York Times
3rd Place:    Jake May, The Register-Mail
HM:              Michele McNally and Jessica Dimson, The New York Times


Newspaper Editing - Multi-Page Doumentary & Photojournalism Project (EN06)
1st Place:     Tim Rasmussen, Meghan Lyden, and Joe Amon, The Denver Post for "Heroin In Denver: Fallen Angel"
2nd Place:    Eric Strachan, Michel Fortier, and Greg Kahn, Naples Daily News
3rd Place:     Mary Cooney, The Los Angeles Times
HM:              Justin Best, The Herald (Everett, WA)


Newspaper Editing - Newspaper Illustrative Single Page (EN07)
1st Place:     Jessie DeWitt, The New York Times  for "Travel: Single In The Caribbean."
2nd Place:    Mark Edelson, The Palm Beach Post
3rd Place:     Mark Edelson, The Palm Beach Post
HM:               Calvin Hom, The Los Angeles Times


Newspaper Editing - Newspaper Special Section or Reprint (EN08)
1st Place:     Michele McNally, Meaghan Looram and Jeffrey Henson Scales, The New York Times  for "Sunday Review"
2nd Place:    Michele McNally and Cornelius Schmid, The New York Times
3rd Place:     Mark Edelson, The Palm Beach Post
HM:               Becky Lebowitz Hanger, The New York Times

Newspaper Editing - Recurring Feature or Series (EN09)
1st Place:     Michele McNally and Cornelius Schmid, The New York Times  for "Election 2012"
2nd Place:    Becky Lebowitz Hanger, The New York Times
3rd Place:     Becky Lebowitz Hanger, The New York Times
HM:               Sonya Doctorian, The Washington Post


Newspaper Editing - Newspaper Picture Editor of the Year TEAM (EN10)
NEWSPAPER PICTURE EDITOR OF THE YEAR (TEAM): The Los Angeles Times, Photography Editing Staff


Newspaper Editing - Newspaper Picture Editor of the Year - INDIVIDUAL (EN11)
NEWSPAPER PICTURE EDITOR OF THE YEAR (INDIVIDUAL): Mark Edelson, The Palm Beach Post
                            Runner-Up: Mary Cooney, The Los Angeles Times
                                       HM: Michele McNally and Cornelius Schmid, The New York Times


Newspaper Editing - Single-Page News (EN12)
1st Place:     Mark Edelson, The Palm Beach Post for "An Unspeakable Scene," a Newtown massacre package
2nd Place:    Kenneth D. Lyons and Tim Rasmussen of The Denver Post
3rd Place:     Martin Smith-Rodden, The Virginian-Pilot
HM:               Martin Smith-Rodden, The Virginian-Pilot


Newspaper Editing - Multi-Page News (EN13)
1st Place:     Mark Edelson, The Palm Beach Post for "Our Hearts Are Broken Today," Newtown shooting coverage
2nd Place:    Martin Smith-Rodden, The Virginian-Pilot
3rd Place:     Mark Edelson, The Palm Beach Post
HM:               Martin Smith-Rodden, The Virginian-Pilot
 


2) PHOTOJOURNALISM EDITING MAGAZINES


Magazine Editing - Magazine Cover (EM01)
1st Place:      Andrew Piper of Colorado Seen for "Occupy Denver"
2nd Place:    Steve Fine, Sports Illustrated
3rd Place:     Carol Nakagawa, The Seattle Times
HM:               Steve Fine, Sports Illustrated
HM:               Carol Nakagawa, The Seattle Times


Magazine Editing - Magazine News Story (EM02)
1st Place:     Robert Csere, .tyzden for "Cervena ciara"
2nd Place:    Robert Csere, .tyzden
3rd Place:     Russian Reporter magazine
HM:               Paolo Marchetti, Newsweek
HM:               Robert Csere, .tyzden
HM:               Paolo Marchetti, Newswe

Magazine Editing - Magazine Story Opener (EM03)
1st Place:     Manish Swarup, Newsweek for "Desperate Acts"
2nd Place:    Robert Csere, .tyzden
3rd Place:     Robert Csere, .tyzden
HM:               Robert Csere, .tyzden


Magazine Editing - Magazine Illustrative Story (EM04)
1st Place:     Aitor Lara, Newsweek for "To The Death," a bullfighting story
2nd Place:    Russian Reporter magazine
3rd Place:     Q Sakamaki, Newsweek
HM:               Alejandro Cartagena, Newsweek
HM:               Mark Murrmann, Mother Jones


Magazine Editing - Magazine Sports Story (EM05)
1st Place:     Russian Reporter Magazine for their coverage of the Olympic Games
2nd Place:    Carol Nakagawa, The Seattle Times
3rd Place:     Nate Gordon, Sports Illustrated
HM:              Steve Fine, Sports Illustrated


Magazine Editing - Magazine Recurring Feature or Series (EM06)
1st Place:      Jim Colton, Sports Illustrated for "Leading Off"
2nd Place:     Carol Nakagawa, The Seattle Times
3rd Place:      Carol Nakagawa, The Seattle Times
HM:                Robert Csere, .tyzden


Magazine Editing - Magazine Personality Profile or Lifestyle Story (EM07)
1st Place:     Russian Reporter Magazine for a story about toddler beauty queens
2nd Place:    Robert Csere, .tyzden
3rd Place:     Robert Csere, .tyzden
HM:               Russian Reporter Magazine


Magazine Editing - Magazine Picture Editor of the Year (EM08)
MAGAZINE PICTURE EDITOR OF THE YEAR: Jamie Wellford, Newsweek



3) PHOTOJOURNALISM EDITING ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS


Electronic Publications Editing - Best Use of Photography
1st Place:     Scott Mc Kiernan, zReportage.com a Vision of ZUMA PRESS
2nd Place:    Andrew Piper, coloradoseen.com

MULTIMEDIA JUDGES:
Nancy Andrews, Jonathan Quilter and Zach Wise
Judged March 25, 2013 at Ohio University's School of Visual Communication

BEST OF PHOTOJOURNALISM 2013 MULTIMEDIA WINNERS:

MULTIMEDIA PHOTOJOURNALISM - BEST USE OF MULTIMEDIA
1st Place:                      Alan Spearman, The Commercial Appeal for "Memphis Poverty: What Obama Didn't See"
Special Recognition:     Liz O Baylen, The Los Angeles Times for "Dying for Relief"


MULTIMEDIA PHOTOJOURNALISM - MULTIMEDIA PACKAGE
1st Place:   The Visual Journalism Staff, The Los Angeles Times
2nd Place:  Spencer Bakalar, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3rd Place:   Rick Loomis, The Los Angeles Times
HM:             Claire O'Neill, NPR
HM:             Alan Spearman, The Commercial Appeal


MULTIMEDIA PHOTOJOURNALISM - DOCUMENTARY MULTIMEDIA STORY

1st Place:   Photography and Video: Phillip Toledano, Additional Video: Edward Toledano, Helene Toledano, Rick Gershon, Graphics: Joe Fuller, Producer: Tim McLaughlin, Executive Producer: Brian Storm, MediaStorm for "A Shadow Remains"
2nd Place:  Andrew Hida, Freelance for "Follow My Steps"
3rd Place:   Dai Sugano, San Jose Mercury News for "Gayla's Goodbye"
HM:             Brandon Ancil, CNN.com for "The Gift of Charles"
HM:             Magnus Wennman, Aftonbladet for "Rat Capital"


MULTIMEDIA PHOTOJOURNALISM - FEATURE MULTIMEDIA STORY
1st Place:    Alan Spearman, The Commercial Appeal for "Memphis Poverty: What Obama Didn't See"
2nd Place:   Robert Gauthier, The Los Angeles Times for "Losing Stu"
3rd Place:    Liz O Baylen, The Los Angeles Times for "Another Day Without Alex"
HM:             Jon Kasbe, Powering a Nation for "A Beautiful Waste"
HM:             Dai Sugano, San Jose Mercury News for "Devoted to the End"
HM:             Jon Kasbe, Living Galapagos for "Not At Home"


MULTIMEDIA PHOTOJOURNALISM - NEWS MULTIMEDIA STORY / 48 HOURS
1st Place:         Chris Zuppa & Kathleen Flynn, Tampa Bay Times for "RNC 2012: Inside and Out"
2nd Place:        Evelio Contreras, CNN.com for "Conversations with Newtown"
3rd Place:         Ben de la Cruz, The Washington Post for "Thinking Outside The Circle: Exploring the ‚ÄúSong1‚Äù Exhibit"


MULTIMEDIA PHOTOJOURNALISM - SPORTS MULTIMEDIA STORY
1st Place:         Misha Domozhilov for "Motoball Monsters"
2nd Place:        Arkasha Stevenson, The Los Angeles Times for "A Day for a King"
3rd Place:         Luca Kleve-Ruud and Dagens Naeringsliv for "Run for Life"


MULTIMEDIA PHOTOJOURNALISM - TABLET/MOBILE DELIVERY PROJECT
1st Place:   Reuters for 'The Wider Image'
2nd Place:  James Gregg, The San Diego Union-Tribune for 'Health Care 911'
3rd Place:   Deborah Pang Davis, Multimeda Photography & Design Department at Syracuse University, for 'PUSH Magazine'
HM:             Biel Calderon for 'The Little Big Project - The iBoo'
HM:             Greg Constantine, Freelance, Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting for "In Search of Home"


MULTIMEDIA PHOTOJOURNALISM - VISUAL COLUMN, RECURRING SERIES OR VISUAL BLOG
1st Place: The Visual Journalism Staff of The Los Angeles Times for 'Framework'
           

            http://framework.latimes.com/2012/07/22/crowding-the-planet/#/0
            http://framework.latimes.com/2012/10/15/time-lapse-video-space-shuttle-endeavours-trek-across-l-a/
            http://framework.latimes.com/2013/01/18/stanley-cup/
            http://framework.latimes.com/2012/06/14/transgender-kids/


2nd Place: Mike Kepka, San Francisco Chronicle for 'The City, Exposed'
           

           Yodeling Cowboy
            TL tours
            Monkey Business
            Poetry for survival


3rd Place:   Simon Barnett, CNN Digital for 'CNN Photos'
HM:             Claire O'Neill, NPR for 'The Picture Show'

TV Editing and Photography

1) VIDEO PHOTOJOURNALISM EDITING

VIDEO PHOTOJOURNALISM EDITING JUDGES:
Amanda Dennis and Matt Rafferty
Judged March 26 through 29, 2013 at Michigan State University

The Winners:

NPPA Video Editor of the Year:
VIDEO EDITOR OF THE YEAR: James Evans, CNN
           Runner-Up: Greg T. Johnson, WFAA-TV (Dallas)


Video Editing - Bumps/Teases/Pre-Show (Editors)
1st Place:    "Deadly Dose" Meg Pearlstein, CNN
2nd Place:   “Indy’s Super Week Fri Open" Ryan Thedwall, WTHR
3rd Place:    "Wounded Warrior Open" James Evans, CNN


Video Editing - Editor's Effects (Editors)
1st Place:    "Answering the Call" Steve Rhodes, WTHR
2nd Place:   "London's Sensational Ride" Steve Rhodes, WTHR
3rd Place:    "We Bought a Shell Company" Evan Stulberger, WNBC
HM:             "Anti-Drug" Jonathan Malat, KARE-TV


Video Editing - General News/Simple Effects (Editors)
1st Place:     "The Tom Brady Interview" Margaret Meo, KDVR/KWGN
HM:              "Fashion Show for Cancer Patients" Margaret Meo, KDVR/KWGN

Video Editing - General News/Simple Effects (Photographers)
1st Place:    "Happy Birthday P.D" Rob Collett, KTUL-TV
2nd Place:   "It Didn't Look Right" William Middeke, KARE
3rd Place:    "We Can Make 1,000" George Taylor, KWCH
HM:              "Cheap Lights" Greg T. Johnson, WFAA-TV
HM:              "The Bike Depot" Andy Buck, KUSA-TV


Video Editing - News Feature (Editors)
1st Place:     "Irsh Dancers" Peter Rosen, KSL-TV
2nd Place:    "Freedom Isn't Free" Greg T. Johnson, WFAA-TV
3rd Place:     "Fashionweek" James Evans, CNN


Video Editing - News Feature (Photographers)
1st Place:  "Life Cycle of a PBJ" Douglass Burgess, KING TV
2nd Place: "From Trap To Truck" Dan Renzetti, News 12
3rd Place:  "Garbage Time" Dan Renzetti, News 12
HM:            "55 Years" Jason Hanson, KSTP-TV
HM:            "Kicking Yoda" John Kirtley, WLOS


Video Editing - Photo Essay (Editors)
1st Place:     "Voices of an Era: Stories of the Gay Rights Movement" Brad Horn
2nd Place:    "Homecoming" James Evans, CNN
3rd Place:     "Run For Your Live" Meg Pearlstein, CNN.com


Video Editing - Photo Essay (Photographers)
1st Place:      "This is the Forge" Reed Nolan, KIRO-TV
2nd Place:     "We'll Be Back" William Middeke, KARE
3rd Place:      "NOLA Coast Guard Training" Andrew Smith, CCTV America


Video Editing - Under Deadline
1st Place:      "Towson Bell Homecoming" Linda Patterson-Pupo, WJZ-TV
2nd Place:     “She’s in Awe and Shocked" Joshua Maranhas, KDVR / KWGN

 

Video Editing - Sports (Editors)
1st Place:    “Wounded Warrior Archery" James Evans, CNN

 

Video Editing - Magazine Editing
1st Place:    “Love @ First Byte: The Secret Science of Online Dating" Patrick Ahearn, Richard Korn, Michael Sheehan, Allison Stedman, CNBC
2nd Place:   “Big Hits, Broken Dreams" Carl Graf, CNN
3rd Place:    “Who is Black in America" April Hock, CNN



2) VIDEO PHOTOJOURNALISM PHOTOGRAPHY

VIDEO PHOTOGRAPHY JUDGES:
Lynn French, Brian Kaufman and Seth Voorhees

The Winners:

Ernie Crisp Television News Photographer of the Year
PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR: Doug Burgess, KING (Seattle)
               Runner-Up: Jeff Christian, KING (Seattle)

NPPA Photojournalism Award for Reporting
Winner:      Boyd Huppert, KARE

Runner Up:   John Sharify, KING

Small Market Station of the Year
Winner:      KCCI, Des Moines

Runner Up:   WHO, Des Moines

Medium Market Station of the Year
Winner:       WAVY, Portsmouth

Runner Up:    KTUL, Tulsa

Large Market Station of the Year
Winner:       KING, Seattle

Runner Up:    KARE, Minneapolis


Photography Competition - 48 Hour Feature
1st Place:     "Never Ending Fight" Nick Moron,WAVY
2nd Place:    "B.A.A.T.Z." Chris Hansen, KUSA (Denver)
3rd Place:     "Happy Peep’ster!” Matt Mrozinski, KING  (Seattle)
HM:               "One Person at a Time" Josh Stephens, WFAA


Photography Competition - Sports Feature
1st Place:     “Life’s Firsts" Doug Burgess, KING (Seattle)
2nd Place:    "Carne Cabeza" Dave Larson, WBBF (Baltimore)
3rd Place:     "Bad Blood" Chris Hansen, KUSA (Denver)
HM:               "To Succeed...Dodge!” Andy Sugden, WZZM (Grand Rapids, Michigan)


Photography Competition - Spot News
1st Place:     "Poor Sunny" Nick Moron, WAVY
2nd Place:    "A Piss Poor Day" Scott Jensen, KING (Seattle)
3rd Place:     "Somebody Call the Police" Pete Cassam, KING (Seattle)
HM:              "A Precarious Place" John Drilling, KARE


Photography Competition - In-Depth
1st Place:     "Saving Grace" Jonathan Malat, KARE
2nd Place:    "Fractured" Joshua Davis/Powering a Nation
3rd Place:     "Washington Wolf Woes" Carolyn Hall, KING (Seattle)
HM:               "Hero Project" Mike Rose, WTVF

 

Photography Competition - General News
1st Place:    "Privacy vs Safety" Matt Mrozinski, KING
2nd Place:   "The Trip Continues" Michael DelGiudice, WNBC
3rd Place:    "Happy Birthday PD" Rob Collet, KTUL
HM:             "He Was Well Loved" Pete Cassam, KING



Photography Competition - Deadline Photography
1st Place:     "Down the Road" Scott Jensen, KING (Seattle)
2nd Place:    "We Didn't Disappear" Michael DelGiudice, WNBC
3rd Place:     "The Great Fall of Edmonds" Jeff Christian, KING (Seattle)
HM:               "Officer Decker" Mitch Pittman, KSTP

 

Photography Competition - News Feature
1st Place:    "Life Cycle of PBJ" Doug Burgess, KING
2nd Place:    "Biker Bud" John Drilling, KARE
3rd Place:     "Economy of Chess" Kevin Sullivan, KUSA
HM:             "There Had to Have Been Someone" Doug Burgess, KING
HM:             "Denver Diner" Kevin Sullivan, KUSA


Photography Competition - Solo Video Journalist Feature
1st Place:     "Growing Up Fast" Darren Durlach, The Boston Globe
2nd Place:    "The Fighter" Greg Bledsoe, KNSD
3rd Place:     "Peeps B Who?" Anne Herbst, The Denver Post

 

Photography Competition - Documentary
1st Place:  "Operation Hope" Oliver Janney, CNN

 

Photography Competition - Solo Video Journalist General News
1st Place:     "Smooth Talker" Anne Herbst, The Denver Post
2nd Place:    "Duluth Residents Cope with Flood Waters" McKenna Ewen, Star Tribune
3rd Place:     "Elevate St. Louis" Ashley Yarchin, KSDK
HM:              "Dancing Queens (and Kings)" Anne Herbst, The Denver Post


Photography Competition - Team Entry
1st Place:     "As I Am" Alan Spearman, The Commercial Appeal
2nd Place:    “Ali’s Guiding Light", Matt Mrozinski + Pete Cassam + Dave Wike + Eric Wold, KING-TV
3rd Place:     "Teresa 'Flying Eagle' Baird”, Matt Mrozinski + Eric Sander, KING-TV
HM:               "Recipe for Disaster", Jonathan Malat and Jeff Wiltgen,KARE-TV.