2001 Winners

CATEGORY A: LARGE NEWSPAPERS


The winners in the large newspaper category (left to right), Ronald Campbell, William Heisel and Mark Katches of the Orange County Register, are congratulated by presenter Paul Steiger (far right), managing editor of The Wall Street Journal.

“The Body Brokers” by William Heisel, Mark Katches and Ronald Campbell, The Orange County Register


CATEGORY B: MEDIUM NEWSPAPERS


Robert Sargent (left) of the Orlando Sentinel accepts the award for the medium newspaper category, on behalf of his co-authors Ramsey Campbell, Jim Leusner and Sean Holton, from Paul Steiger, managing editor of The Wall Street Journal.

“Government Inc.” by Robert Sargent, Ramsey Campbell, Jim Leusner and Sean Holton, The Orlando Sentinel


CATEGORY C: SMALL NEWSPAPERS


Winner in the small newspaper category, Bruce Rushton (left) of the Riverfront Times (St. Louis, MO), receives his award from Larry Armstrong, senior correspondent for BusinessWeek.

“Porn in the USA” by Bruce Rushton, The Riverfront Times (St. Louis, MO)


CATEGORY D: MAGAZINES


Gary Rivlin (center), the winner in the magazine category, and Jonathan Webber (left), editor-in-chief of The Industry Standard, accept the award from presenter Larry Armstrong, senior correspondent for BusinessWeek.

“AOL’s Rough Riders” by Gary Rivlin, The Industry Standard


CATEGORY E: COMMENTARY


The 2001 commentary category winner, Floyd Norris (right) of The New York Times, is presented with his award by Stephen West, media and entertainment editor of Bloomberg News.

“Floyd Norris Columns” by Floyd Norris, The New York Times


CATEGORY F: DEADLINE OR BEAT WRITING


Rebecca Smith (left) of The Wall Street Journal, winner of the deadline or beat writing category, receives congratulations from presenter Stephen West, media and entertainment editor of Bloomberg News.

“Juice Squeeze” by Rebecca Smith, The Wall Street Journal


CATEGORY G: TELEVISION


Winners in the television category, Lynne Dale and John Larson of Dateline NBC, were represented by Andrew Lehren (right), off-air reporter for the project, as Matt Krantz, reporter for USA Today, presented the award.

“The Paper Chase” by Lynne Dale, John Larson, Dateline NBC - NBC News


CATEGORY H: RADIO


Ed Wallace (left) of KLIF-AM (Dallas, TX), winner of the 2001 radio award, is congratulated by presenter Matt Krantz, reporter for USA Today.

“The 100 Greatest Events in the History of the Automotive Industry” by Ed Wallace, KLIF-AM (Dallas, TX)


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