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The San Diego Press Club Excellence in Journalism Awards were held on Tuesday in Balboa Park, during which time the name of publication won awards—including best local news site for the sixth time. Of the entries that took first place, Contributing photographer Chris Stone and Contributing editor Ken Stone, a married pair from La Mesa, collected and awards respectively for their reporting, photography, and video skills. The two collaborated on two projects andChris Stone swept all three places in still news photography. Lastly, Chris Jennewein of Del Mar, editor and publisher of the -year-old site, won an individual first-place plaque for his election.
It is an honor for Times of San Diego to be recognized as the best news site in San Diego for the sixth time. Thanks to Ken, Chris, JW and everyone on our team, Times of San Diego continues to attract new readers and receive professional recognition.
The San Diego Union-Tribune staff and contributors awarded three men with special honors for their careers in news, public relations, and media management. The CBS reporter Steve Fiorina received the Harold Keen Award for Outstanding Contribution to Journalism, the binational PR executive Jorge D’Garay received the Andy Mace Award for Outstanding Contribution to Public Relations, and the retired KGTV Chief Assignment Editor Brad McLellan received the Jim Reiman Award for Outstanding Media Management.
The Times of San Diego is proud to announce that it has won first place in three categories in the vice program.
The Times of San Diego staff won the news site category, with Chris Jennewein taking first place. In the election coverage category, Jennewein won again for his article “Voter Guide to San Diego County and State Races in June Primary Election.” And in the essay/commentary/opinion category, Jennewein won for his article “Newspapers Squandered Their Monopoly-Era Profits and Now Blame Google and Facebook.
One, “Honor Flight’s Final Trip with WWII, Korean War” Photography — Still: Portrait: Chris Stone, “Honor Flight’s Lone Female Veteran: Final Trip to D.C.
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Governors’ Online and Daily newspapers: Feature – Serious Subject: Ken Stone, “Echo of / in La Mesa: Lt. Thomas M.
What we can learn
The Honor Flight program is a noble one and it’s heartwarming to see the stories of those who have participated in it. However, there is one glaring omission in the program – female veterans. It is an unfortunate fact that there are not enough female veterans to fill an entire flight, but that doesn’t mean that they should be forgotten. The Honor Flight program is a great way to give these veterans the recognition they deserve and it’s important that we continue to support it.