EPPY Winners 2018

 

WINNERS LIST
CATEGORY WINNER

1 million unique monthly visitors and over
WINNER

Under 1 million unique monthly visitors
Best Daily Newspaper Website BostonGlobe.com Winnipeg Free Press
Best News Website CNN The Marshall Project
Best Weekly or Non-Daily Newspaper Website Community Impact Newspaper Gambit | bestofneworleans.com
Best Business/Finance Website The Balance | Dotdash Debtwire
Best Sports Website ESPN.com * No Winner
Best Entertainment/Cultural News Eltrecetv.com | Artear SA OnMilwaukee
Best Investigative/Enterprise Feature on a Website You just gotta get out of here: Heroic rescues, harrowing escapes in Wine Country fires | Mercury News/East Bay Times A Century of Domination: As America’s Carbon Wars Rage, Oil and Gas Industry Influence Grows | The Center for Public Integrity
Best Collaborative Investigative/Enterprise Reporting (TIE)Paradise Papers: Secrets of the Global Elite – International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
(TIE) United States of Climate Change – The Weather Channel Digital
Taking Cover | Better Government Association / WBEZ
Best News or Event Feature on a Website (TIE)US-funded police linked to illegal executions in El Salvador | CNN

(TIE) The Rohingya humanitarian crisis | Singapore Press
The Last Wild Place | Honolulu Civil Beat
Best Business Reporting on a Website (TIE)How to Rebuild Puerto Rico | Bloomberg
(TIE) Matt Egan covers the downfall of mighty GE | CNNMoney
Wireless Wars: The Fight Over 5G | The Center for Public Integrity
Best Digital Magazine *No Winner Above the Fold |Winnipeg Free Press
Best Innovation Project on a Website The Wall | USA TODAY California Voter Guide: An election? We prefer to call it a job interview. | CALmatters
Best Use of Data/Infographics on a Website Russia Investigation | CNN One War. Two Races. | Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Best Community Service on a Media-Affiliated Website (TIE)Boston. Racism. Image. Reality. | The Boston Globe

(TIE) “Why so secret, Kansas:”
Power Struggle | Better Government Association
Best Social Media/Crowd Sourcing #FreePress | The Boston Globe *No Winner
Best Mobile App USA TODAY *No Winner
Best News or Event Feature Video Women Who March: The Movement | CNN Hawaii’s Lava Hunter | Beme News
Best Sports Video Duglegur: The World Cup & football in Iceland | CNN International Party on, Winnipeg: Jets fans revel in Game 7 playoff victory | Winnipeg Free Press
Best Enterprise/Investigative Video Beneath the Skin | CNN *No Winner
Best Podcast The Pay Check | Bloomberg Offshore Podcast: The Blood Calls | Honolulu Civil Beat
Best Photojournalism of a Website Invictus Team Romania, Bunchie Young, FARC Football, Damon Allen Jr.| ESPN 1217 | Temple University Department of Journalism
Best Overall Website Design NBC News | NBC News Digital 1217 | Temple University Department of Journalism
Best Redesign/Relaunch 3 brand and multiplatform redesign | NBC News Digital *No Winner
Best Editorial/Political Cartoon The Best of Walt Handelsman – Capital City Press * No Winner
Best Promotional/Marketing Campaign Newsday Feed Me TV | Newsday Media Group The Oklahoman’s Former Subscriber Campaign | The Oklahoman Media Company
Best Business Blog Justin Fox | Bloomberg *No Winner
Best News/Political Blog Michael Daly | The Daily Beast Swamp Watch | The Center for Public Integrity
Best College/University Newspaper Website NYCity News Service | Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY
Best College/University News or Event Feature Stuck | The International Reporting Program, University of British Columbia
Best College/University Investigative
Documentary Report
News21: Hate in America | Carnegie-Knight News21
The Spotlight Award Tracing a neighborhood | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The Spotlight EPPY is a special award presented by EPPY judges to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette — recognizing outstanding achievement for undertaking an ambitious project that enriched a community.
*Winners must receive a score in the top one-third of the average score across all categories within their division. As a result, there may be no winner in categories not reaching this threshold.

2018 EPPY JUDGES
Dustin Barnes — The Tennessean Andree Lau — HuffPost/Canada
Peter Bhatia — Detroit Free Press David Lucas — Thomson Reuters
Jak Boumans — Electronic Media Reporting (Netherlands) Mark Mahoney — The Daily Gazette
Meredith Broussard — New York University Meg Martin — Minnesota Public Radio
Neil Chase — The Mercury News & East Bay Times Laura McAdoo — The Seattle Times
Paul Cheung — Knight Foundation Jeremy McBain — Petoskey News-Review
Chris Coates — Herald & Review Christine McKenna — CUNY  Lehman College
Linda Corcoran — Cape Cod Times Stephanie Monty — The Internet Educator
Kevin Dale — Colorado Public Radio Javier Moya — The Tab Gang  Revista Don (Spain)
Kristen DelGuzzi — The Arizona Republic / azcentral.com Bernie Oravec — Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Matt DeRienzo — LION Publishers Allison Petty — Herald & Review
Kathleen Duncan — Reynolds Journalism Institute Ed Pikulski — Times-Shamrock Communications
Tim Gallagher — The 20/20 Network Damian Radcliffe — University of Oregon
Hasani Gittens — NBC News  Senior News Editor Dana Rieck — Belleville News-Democrat
Lindsay Gloor — The Herald-News Seth Rogin — Nucleus Marketing Solutions
Andrew Green — Thomson Reuters Amy Shioji — USA TODAY NETWORK
Megan Greenwell — Deadspin Bridget Sibthorp-Moecker — Herald & Review
Tricia Greyshock — Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association Erica Smith — The Virginian-Pilot
Lauren Gustus — The Sacramento Bee Otto Strong — ESPN
Erik Hall — USA TODAY Network Levi Sumagaysay — Mercury News/Bay Area News Group
Sam Hall — The Clarion-Ledger Annika Toernqvist — The Press Democrat
Chris Harper — Temple University Hannah Wise — Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Rich Jackson — Times-News Catherine Wynn — The Salem News
Keith Jordan — Upstream Digital Media Jim Zachary — The Valdosta Daily Times
Laura Kinsler — GrowthSpotter.com