Mark Silverman of Tennessean to Receive Bradlee Editor of the Year Award

By: E&P Staff

Mark Silverman, editor of The Tennessean, in Nashville, has been selected to receive the Benjamin C. Bradlee Editor of the Year Award, the National Press Foundation has announced.

The award, nation s oldest and most prestigious award for editors, was given to Silverman because of his paper’s outstanding coverage of unexpected floods in 2010 and its innovative use of social media platforms to extend that coverage and bind its community together, according to the NPF selection committee. The award carries a $5,000 prize and an engraved crystal vase.

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