Geoff was selected for “The Secret Life of Your Data,” a series of illuminating columns on how companies use devices, web browsers and services to track your personal data. Geoff becomes the first tech writer to win in this category since 1999.
The list recognized The Post's coverage of President Trump's impeachment trial and its TikTok account.
The Post’s coverage led with a report from reporters Gerry Shih and Lena Sun on an “unidentified and possibly new viral disease in central China” in January and grew to include stories from departments across the newsroom.
Fue reconocido como el Mejor Podcast Multinacional entre participantes de América Latina, España y Estados Unidos.
The podcast was recognized as the best multinational podcast among entrants from Latin America, Spain, and the U.S.
The Murrows are among the top honors in digital journalism, and the Overall Excellence Award is presented to news organizations exemplifying a high standard of quality in video journalism to its audience.
Burrell-Stinson was also named a winner of the 2020 Women in Content Marketing Awards in General Excellence category.
The awards recognize exceptional work from the Graphics and Design departments
The Washington Post and the American Nurses Association (ANA) announced the winners of the 2020 Star Nurses Awards, recognizing registered nurses in the Washington, D.C. area with the Nightingale Award for excellence in their field.
Dicker, who has spearheaded ad innovation at The Post through R.E.D. and Zeus, is was selected by his peers in the ad industry as a top young thought leader making a significant impact on the industry.
The Washington Post was awarded the first-place award for Outstanding Explanatory Reporting by the Society of Environmental Journalists for its “2°C: Beyond the Limit” series. The Post’s “2°C: Beyond the Limit” series was recognized in the Outstanding Explanatory Reporting (Large Newsroom or Circulation) category for the Reporting on the Environment competition.
The annual awards “honor outstanding reporting on issues that reflect Robert Kennedy's concerns, including human rights, social justice, and the power of individual action in the United States and around the world.”
The Post won in the single-issue category for the “Prison” issue.
The Post won in the investigative reporting category and in the personal essay (short form) category.
For the fourth consecutive year, The Post was awarded the top honor – best news website or mobile service – at the WAN-IFRA North American Digital Media Awards.
The Post won first place for its series on Japan’s uneasy relationship with whales and dolphins, and for its reporting on changing views of gender.
The Post won in the investigative feature writing category for its reporting on the action of Hong Kong police during months-long demonstrations.