India Currents Wins 8 Awards from the SF Press Club!

The San Francisco Press Club held its 42nd annual journalism awards dinner at the Hilton San Francisco Airport Bayfront Hotel in Burlingame on November 7, 2019. More than 100 journalists were recognized for their work in digital media, blogs, newspaper, magazine/trade publications and radio. Entries were judged by the journalism clubs in Milwaukee, New Orleans, San Diego and Cleveland.

The San Francisco Press Club’s Greater Bay Area Journalism Awards ceremony and dinner honors the outstanding work of Bay Area print, TV, radio and digital media journalists, graphic designers and photographers, as well as the work of documentary filmmakers and PR materials from nonprofits and corporations. 

This year the team at India Currents won 8 awards! The winning entries are here:

Digital Media–Blog/Commentary

Digital Media–Blog/Commentary

First Place: Nirupama Vaidhyanathan, Jaya Padmanabhan, “What Does Our Society Need?” India Currents  

https://indiacurrents.com/red-white-and-blue-and-the-hyphenated-american/

Second Place: Jaya Padmanabhan, “Vinod Khosla’s Illiberal Views on Education,” India Currents   

Digital Media–Columns: Features

First Place: Sarita  Sarvate, Swathi Ramprasad, Jaya  Padmanabhan, “Questions of Identity”, India Currents  

https://indiacurrents.com/metoo-not/

https://indiacurrents.com/a-race-to-admissions-the-harvard-story/

https://indiacurrents.com/god-save-the-queen-the-mercurial-alchemy-of-queens-lead-singer/

Digital Media–Columns-News/Political

First Place: Nirupama Vaidhyanathan, Nirupama Vaidhyanathan, Isha Trivedi, “Speaking Up”, India Currents  

https://indiacurrents.com/voting-quietly-do-you-know-how-to-do-that-i-do/

https://indiacurrents.com/how-does-one-respond-to-the-us-president/

https://indiacurrents.com/what-does-17-mean/

NBC Bay Area Senior Investigative Reporter Stephen Stock was the keynote speaker and spoke about the news media’s role in bringing important information to light. Kathi Duffel, a journalism teacher at Bear Creek High School in Stockton, and her student Bailey Kirkeby were presented a First Amendment Award for their bravery and commitment to the core principles of journalism. The Bill Workman News Writer Award was presented to Michael Barba of the San Francisco Examiner, making this his second time to be honored with the Workman award.

For a complete list of winners, check out: https://sfpressclub.org/2019/11/08/2019-dinner-award-winners/

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