Winners named at #NABJ19
Photo credit: AJ Shorter Photography
Byron Pitts, anchor and chief national correspondent at ABC News and Harris Faulkner, anchor and host of “Outnumbered Overtime,” at FOX News co-hosted NABJ’s Salute to Excellence in Miami during its National Convention & Career Fair. Photos from the Convention will be available online next week.
MIAMI (Aug. 12, 2019) — The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) congratulates the winners of the 2019 NABJ Salute to Excellence Awards.The competition is the only event in the United States that honors exemplary coverage of African/ African-American people or issues exclusively. The Salute to Excellence Awards Gala highlights the work of media organizations and individuals involved in collegiate, digital, print, television, radio, photojournalism, podcasting and public relations/marketing categories.
There were more than 20 main categories and nearly 120 subcategories and winners.
“Judges were impressed with the caliber of entries, which made it really tough to choose winners in many of the categories because of the exceptional competition,” said Executive Director Drew Berry.”We congratulate all of our winners and finalists for a job well done.”
Winners were announced Saturday, Aug. 10, at the annual NABJ Salute to Excellence gala during the NABJ Convention & Career Fair in Miami, where more than 4,100 convention attendees gathered — the largest in the organization’s history.
Award listings are available as follows.
Collegiate & Digital Media Award Winners:
Large Market/Network Radio, Television, Print Award Winners:
Photojournalism, Podcasts, Magazine, PR & Marketing Award Winners:
Small-Medium Market Radio, Television, Print Award Winners: