January 04, 2011
Gerald Loeb Awards Announces Call for Entries
January 31 is deadline for submissions
LOS ANGELES, CA -- UCLA Anderson School of Management and the G. and R. Loeb Foundation invite business, financial and economic journalists from print, online and broadcast media to submit entries and nominations for the 2011 Gerald Loeb Awards for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism. The Loeb Awards are the most prestigious honor in business journalism, recognizing writers, editors and producers who make significant contributions to the understanding of business, finance and the economy for both the private investor and the general public.
This year, the Loeb Awards have replaced Feature Writing with a new Explanatory category and have added a category for Online Enterprise. The awards use an entirely electronic submissions process. Submissions and nominations for the competition categories and career achievement awards are accepted online only at www.loeb.anderson.ucla.edu.
Entries Accepted in 13 Competition Categories
- Large Newspapers
- Medium & Small Newspapers
- Breaking News
- Beat Reporting
- News Services
- Online Enterprise
- Personal Finance
- Television Enterprise
- Business Book
Consideration is limited to entries that were published or broadcast in the United States during calendar year 2010. All submissions and nominations must be submitted online at www.loeb.anderson.ucla.edu by 11:59 p.m. PST Monday, January 31, 2011.
Nominations Accepted for Lifetime Achievement and Lawrence Minard Editor Awards
The Loeb Awards are also accepting nominations for (1) the Lifetime Achievement Award, which recognizes exceptional career contributions in the field of business, financial and economic news; and (2) the Lawrence Minard Editor Award, which recognizes career contributions in business journalism editing. Nominations will be accepted online only at www.loeb.anderson.ucla.edu.
More information and submission guidelines can be found at www.anderson.ucla.edu/x3294.xml or by contacting the Loeb Awards office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (310) 825-4478.
Loeb Awards Final Judges
RAFAT ALI, Founder, PaidContent.org
AMANDA BENNETT, Executive Editor, Enterprise, Bloomberg News
MATTHEW BISHOP, New York Bureau Chief, The Economist
GENE BLOCH, Managing Editor, CNN New York
DAVID BOARDMAN, Executive Editor, The Seattle Times
CHRYSTIA FREELAND, Global Editor-at-Large, Thomson Reuters
JOHN HILLKIRK, Executive Editor, USA Today
LARRY KRAMER, Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, CBS Marketwatch
GLENN KRAMON, Assistant Managing Editor, The New York Times
JOANNE LIPMAN, Founding Editor-in-Chief, Condé Nast Portfolio
TYLER MATHISEN, Vice President for Strategic Editorial Initiatives, CNBC
MATT MURRAY, Deputy Managing Editor, National News, The Wall Street Journal
JUDY D. OLIAN, Dean, UCLA Anderson School of Management
ALLAN SLOAN, Senior Editor-at-Large, Fortune
RUSS STANTON, Editor, Los Angeles Times
PAUL STEIGER, Editor-in-Chief, ProPublica
GILLIAN TETT, U.S. Managing Editor, Financial Times
JONATHAN WALD, Executive Producer, Piers Morgan Tonight / Adjunct Professor, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism
About UCLA Anderson School of Management:
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