Awards



Jaffe’s reporting chronicled the unionization struggle of low-wage workers and the effort companies like Dollar General are willing to exhaust to thwart unionization efforts.

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The program highlighted ways to celebrate and maximize the newfound sunlight following Daylight Savings Time by helping users create their own itinerary from a selection of optimistic activities such as meditating, planning a vacation or playing with pets.

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The Washington Post named the recipients of the 2021 Eugene Meyer Awards and the 2021 Ben Bradlee Award for Courage in Journalism.

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The Post reimagined the reader experience across platforms, redesigning its desktop and mobile homepages, article pages, newsletters and apps to create a faster, more relevant and convenient news package.

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The National Press Foundation awarded The Post’s Monica Ulmanu, Ann Gerhart, Olivier Laurent, Sarah Kaplan, John Muyskens, Chris Alcantara and Andrew Freedman (now with Axios) with the 2021 Innovative Storytelling award.

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The Best American Newspaper Narrative Writing Contest, sponsored by the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference, honored National Reporter Greg Jaffe, National Enterprise Reporter Hannah Dreier and Enterprise Reporter John Woodrow Cox.

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The Arthur Ross Media Awards “seek to recognize individuals or groups of individuals (e.g., a news bureau) whose reporting and analysis in diplomacy and foreign affairs is making a singular contribution to public understanding of the critical role played by diplomacy in the furtherance of America’s foreign policy interests.”

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The Washington Post won five awards and was named finalists in 10 categories at the Online News Association Awards. This is The Post’s largest number of both wins and finalists in the contest’s 22-year history.

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The Post won three awards at the 2021 Gerald Loeb Awards for excellence in journalism in the fields of business, finance and the economy.

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Nakashima and Miller were among several reporters whose phone records were secretly seized in 2017 by the Department of Justice in an effort to identify and silence their sources.

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The Post’s Drea Cornejo was awarded first place for video storytelling for “After years of Living in Motels, A Family Finally Got Their Own RV. Then COVID-19 Came.”

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Judges praised Dreier’s winning feature, “The Worst-Case Scenario,” as an example of “relentless reporting,” with a “literary feel, vivid descriptions and strong quotes.”

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The Post received recognition in the breaking news, investigative reporting, writing and sports categories.

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The Post took the top prize in the Beat Reporting category for its “Environmental Safeguards” package.

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Washington Post technology reporter Jay Greene and graphics reporter Chris Alcantara have won the July Sidney award for their reporting on the rate of injuries at Amazon warehouses. The Sidney is a monthly award administered by the Sidney Hillman Foundation that recognizes outstanding investigative journalism

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The prize, awarded by Columbia University, recognizes Sheridan's career excellence in coverage of Latin America.

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This recognizes The Post's fast-growing ad technology business as one of the top strategic partners in the media industry.

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The program, produced by The Washington Post and Storied Media Group for Discovery and Science Channels, won for Outstanding Daytime Special Event at a ceremony Friday night.

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The Post’s Audio team has been honored with a Peabody Award for the Post Reports episode, “The Life of George Floyd.”

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Post Graphics received a special recognition, a gold medal, two silvers and nine bronzes at the Malofiej International Infographics Awards.

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