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Post  Betep on Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:31 am

I&M wins 27 awards from New England Newspaper and Press Association
(Feb. 14, 2012) Inquirer and Mirror senior writer Jason Graziadei was named the New England Newspaper and Press Association's Weekly Journalist of the Year and the I&M received 27 awards at the industry group's annual convention in Boston last weekend.

The I&M, Nantucket's newspaper since 1821, received eight awards for editorial content, 12 for advertising and seven for photography. For a complete list, pick up Thursday's paper.
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Re: Cape Cod Times Awards

Post  mermaid on Mon Feb 20, 2012 12:47 pm

http://anonymouse.org/cgi-bin/anon-www.cgi/http://www.capecodonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20120220/NEWS/202200308

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How do they get rewards for writing that Cape Codders are all drunks, ( no link but am sure i cud find one in a heartbeat) to now all Cape Codders are fat too? Hmmmmm...

We feel this is sending yet another slanderous `no brain cells here` message about all Cape Codders.

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Times wins 21 awards from AP

Post  Betep on Sat Sep 15, 2012 3:38 am

Times wins 21 awards from AP

September 15, 2012

WORCESTER — The Cape Cod Times received 21 awards, including 10 first-place honors from The Associated Press on Friday.

Among the awards was the Thomas K. Brindley Public Service Award, which recognized the Times for ongoing police coverage. The Times was also awarded AP's Right to Know Award for Sean Teehan's coverage of the circumstances associated with Sgt. Matthew Gallagher's death in Iraq. It was the second year in a row the Times received both of these awards.

"We are pleased to be recognized by our peers for this work, which we believe is at the heart of our mission: uncovering stories that wouldn't see the light of day without hard-working journalists staying on the case," said Times editor Paul Pronovost. "Our industry has seen its share of challenges, but we remain committed to this mission."

Other awards included:

First place: Julie Lipkin, headline writing; George Brennan, enterprise reporting; Saralee Perel, local column writing; Larry Rowe, feature page design; James Warren, informational graphic; Larry Rowe, photo illustration; Dhyana Sansoucie, sports page design; and Christine Hochkeppel, photo story.

Second place: George Brennan and Cindy McCormick, continuing coverage; Patrick Cassidy and Steve Doane, investigative reporting; Patti Bangert, business page design; Barbara Tierney, sports page design; Steve Heaslip, deadline news photography; Christine Hochkeppel, general news photography; and Jim Preston, photo story.

Third place: Sean Gonsalves, local column writing; Russ Charpentier, sports column; Russ Charpentier, sports feature story; and Patti Bangert, informational graphic.

The awards were received during the New England Associated Press News Executives annual conference, held at the DCU Center-Convention Center in Worcester.
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Post  Betep on Fri Oct 12, 2012 10:50 am

Times takes top honors at NENPA awards

October 12, 2012

NATICK — The Cape Cod Times has been named the 2012 Daily Newspaper of the Year and Sunday Newspaper of the Year, and William Mills was named the Alan B. Rogers Editorial Writer of the Year by the New England Newspaper & Press Association.

It is third year in a row the daily newspaper has received the distinction and the second year for the Sunday paper.

"The folks at the Cape Cod Times work very hard to publish the best newspaper day in and day out, so we appreciate being recognized by our New England colleagues with these prestigious awards," said Times editor Paul Pronovost.

The Cape Cod Times has won either or both daily and Sunday newspaper of the year honors in 2012, 2011, 2010, 2008, 2007 and 2006.
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I&M earns 44 awards in NENPA Better Newspaper Contest

Post  Betep on Wed Feb 06, 2013 7:24 am

I&M earns 44 awards in NENPA Better Newspaper Contest

(Feb. 4, 2013) The Inquirer and Mirror received 44 awards from the New England Newspaper and Press Association (NENPA) in its annual 2012 Better Newspaper Contest. The awards were earned across the board in reporting, editorial writing, photography, design, advertising, promotion, website, niche and specialty publications and other categories. The I&M staff will travel to Boston Saturday for the NENPA Awards Banquet.


"I'm very proud of the entire team here at the I&M," said Inquirer and Mirror editor and publisher Marianne Stanton. "This represents the most awards we've ever won in a single year and is a true testament to the talent and professionalism of the people who work here and how they serve our island community."


Individual winners include Nicole Harnishfeger, up for seven awards for photography and is a finalist for photographer of the year; Jason Graziadei, up for four awards for reporting as well as a special award; Jim Powers, up for three awards for photography, Lindsay Pykosz for health reporting and Stanton for editorial writing.


The Inquirer and Mirror was also named the 2011 and 2012 Weekly Newspaper of the Year by NENPA, and has been named a Newspaper of the Year at the regional or national level seven times in the last decade, including 2004 and 2008 from the New England Press Association, 2005 from Suburban Newspapers of America, and 2007 and 2008 from the New England Newspaper Association.
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Post  Betep on Mon Feb 11, 2013 11:55 am

Times takes 51 New England journalism awards

February 11, 2013

The Cape Cod Times received 51 awards in the New England Newspaper & Press Association's 2012 Better Newspaper Competition, including general excellence for the staff and journalist of the year for Patrick Cassidy. The awards were announced Saturday at NENPA's annual convention at the Park Plaza in Boston.

"This was an amazing showing by every member of the staff, and a testament to how dedicated the journalists of the Cape Cod Times are to delivering the best work in word, picture, illustration and video," said Times editor Paul Pronovost. "That fact was never more evident than on Saturday, when the staff stayed on the Cape to deliver the latest news on the storm to readers rather than attend the awards event."

Cassidy received the top individual prize from the press association for the third year in a row.

"We are so happy to see Patrick recognized for his hard work and the great stuff he produces every day," Pronovost said. "He truly deserves this honor."
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Post  Betep on Sat May 04, 2013 8:14 am

Times veterans honored with 'master' status

By CAPE COD TIMES
May 04, 2013

DEDHAM — Two Cape Cod Times journalists were honored with prestigious awards from the New England Society of Newspaper Editors on Thursday.

Ron Sikora, a longtime copy editor and the Times' lead Page A1 designer, received the Len Levin Master Copy Editor Award, while K.C. Myers, a veteran reporter who recently completed a major series on the Cape's pill epidemic, received the Master Reporter Award.

"It's so rewarding to see Ron and K.C. being recognized by their peers for the great work they do," Editor Paul Pronovost said. "K.C.'s name is known and respected throughout New England journalism circles, and Ron's work, while behind the scenes like all good editors, is a big part of our newspaper's success for many years."

NESNE judge David Sullivan, assistant managing editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer, noted "the high quality of (Sikora's) pages and headlines," in addition to his strong knowledge of the Cape and Islands.

"Part of the role copy editors have played in newsrooms has been keepers of institutional memory, those who know how it has been done and where we have been. The best copy editors, particularly in this age, marry that with a sense of where we are now and where we must go."

"K.C. Myers doesn't shy away from tough stories," wrote Duchesne Drew, managing editor of the Star Tribune in Minneapolis, who judged the Master Reporter category. "She runs toward them and she runs hard. ... Myers gets her mind around complex issues, builds the trust essential to putting a face on the statistics, and she then crafts stories in a way that helps readers understand, care and, in some cases, take action."

The awards were presented Thursday at NESNE's 2013 Journalism Awards Ceremony at Northeastern University's Dedham campus.
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Post  Betep on Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:14 am

Cape Cod Times Sunday paper honored


October 12, 2013

NATICK — The Cape Cod Times has been named the Sunday Newspaper of the Year by the New England Newspaper & Press Association. It is the third year in a row and sixth time in seven years that the Sunday Times has received this honor.

"We are so proud of the reporters, editors, photographers and designers who work at the Times," said Editor Paul Pronovost. "Despite difficult economic times and an evolution of our business, the folks here are dedicated to producing the best journalism every day."

The Times competes with mid-size daily newspapers (circulation 30,000-45,000) from throughout New England.

In addition, the Times received a Publick Occurrences Award for its April series, "Pills that Kill." Established in 2000 to recognize the 300th anniversary of Publick Occurrences, the first newspaper published in America, the award recognizes individual and team excellence in journalism.

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Post  Betep on Mon Feb 10, 2014 4:56 pm

Times receives General Excellence award

By CAPE COD TIMES
February 10, 2014

The Cape Cod Times has been named the General Excellence award winner by the New England Newspaper & Press Association for the second year in a row.

The Times competes against New England daily newspapers with circulations greater than 30,000. “Extensive enterprise reporting, elegant design, solid sports, features and business. Outstanding newspaper,” the judges wrote.

It was one of 45 awards presented to the Times during NENPA’s Better Newspaper Competition, including 16 for reporting, five for design, nine for photography, 12 for digital and two for opinion. The Times was also honored for top sports section in New England and for community involvement for the special section Classroom Times.

Award winners included:

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Post  Betep on Mon Feb 23, 2015 10:28 am

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Cape Cod Times honored in New England newspaper competition

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Cape Cod Times honored with New England journalism awards

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       NATICK — The Sunday Cape Cod Times and daily Cape Cod Times were recognized with top honors from the New England Newspaper and Press Association during the organization's annual New England Newspaper of the Year awards luncheon where the best newspapers in the region are honored.

       The Sunday Cape Cod Times was named the Sunday Newspaper of the Year. The Times competes with midsize daily newspapers (circulation 30,000-45,000) from throughout New England.

       The daily Cape Cod Times was named a distinguished newspaper for its class (circulation 25,000-40,000).

       "This is an honor for our entire staff, which works hard every day to produce the best journalism in our region," Managing Editor Linda Corcoran said. "It's rewarding to be recognized by our peers.

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Doug Fraser named daily journalist of the year

Honor one of 48 received by Times at annual ceremony

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Posted Feb. 21, 2016 at 6:28 PM

Cape Cod Times reporter Doug Fraser has been named daily journalist of the year by the New England Newspaper & Press Association, the top individual honor and one of six awards Fraser received in the 2015 Better Newspaper Competition.

"We could not be more pleased for Doug or more proud to have him on our team," said Cape Cod Times Executive Editor Paul Pronovost. "The judges recognized what Times readers have known for a long time -- Doug is a talented reporter and tremendously gifted storyteller."

Fraser's award was one of 48 received by the Times at NENPA's annual awards banquet held at the Boston Park Plaza on Saturday night. The Times took home 17 first-place honors, including sweeps of first-, second-, and third-place prizes in general news reporting, spot news and entertainment video, and obituary writing.
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Heaslip named 2016 Master Photographer

DEDHAM — Steve Heaslip has been named 2016 Master Photographer by the New England Society of News Editors, an award that honors a career of excellence in photojournalism.

“Whether shooting a breaking news scene or a bee pollinating a dandelion, Steve’s photos have held a special place in our hearts, said Linda Corcoran, managing editor of the Cape Cod Times. “We are so happy the NESNE judges recognized what we’ve known for three decades — Steve Heaslip is a true talent.”

Heaslip’s award was one of four received by the Cape Cod Times. Doug Fraser took home top honors in the Best Enterprise/Long-form Reporting category for the series Saving Our Turtles. Eric Williams and Jason Kolnos were finalists in the Best Video category for Cape-Cast, and Kathi Scrizzi Driscoll was a finalist in the Best Neighborhood Reporting category for Classroom Times.

The awards were announced at the NESNE Annual Awards night at Northeastern’s Dedham campus on Thursday.

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Cape Cod Times recognized as Newspaper of the Year

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Posted May. 27, 2016 at 7:48 PM

The Cape Cod Times has been named Newspaper of the Year in the annual Best of Gatehouse contest, which recognizes the best journalism among newsrooms across the country.

“The Cape Cod Times delivers first-rate journalism on highly diverse topics. Its strong reporting and editing included enterprise projects on climate change, endangered turtles, heroin addiction, and a nuclear power station’s safety violations. Spot news coverage was also spot-on. Commitment to digital and mobile storytelling is growing, too,” the judges wrote.

“We're so pleased to receive this national recognition. The journalists here strive for excellence in everything they do and I consider myself very fortunate to be part of this talented group,” Executive Editor Paul Pronovost said.

The Times competes in the large daily division of Gatehouse Media, which includes newspapers such as the Providence Journal, Columbus Dispatch, and this year's Pulitzer-winning Sarasota Herald-Tribune.

Judges also recognized Pronovost as Editor of the Year.
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Times wins 44 awards in New England contest

Doug Fraser, Merrily Cassidy win top reporter, photographer honors

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The Cape Cod Times has received 44 awards from the New England Newspaper & Press Association, including top honors for Reporter of the Year to Doug Fraser and Photographer of the Year to Merrily Cassidy.

This was the second year in a row Fraser was named Reporter of the Year in NENPA’s annual Better Newspaper Competition.

“We are so pleased our staff was recognized for the great journalism they produce each day,” said Paul Pronovost, executive editor of the Times. “And seeing Doug and Merrily honored as the best in class for their reporting and photography makes us so happy because we know how hard they work. It is a richly deserved honor.”

CapeCodOnline.com, the Times’ vacation-oriented website, received three firstplace awards for design, interactivity and strategy. “Excellent concept that is well-executed,” wrote the judges. “This site is hugely informative and easy to use.”

Other first-place awards included: Cynthia McCormick, Education Reporting; Staff, Environmental Reporting; K.C. Myers, Social Issues Feature Story; Kathi Scrizzi-Driscoll, Arts & Entertainment Section; Gwenn Friss, Food Page or Section; Saralee Perel, Humor Columnist; Merrily Cassidy, Pictorial Photo; Merrily Cassidy, Spot News Photo; Merrily Cassidy, Photo Story; Merrily Cassidy, News Video; Gregory Bryant, Best Infographic on Website; Eric Williams, Best Webcast; Staff, Website Interactivity and Engagement; Staff, MultiMedia Coverage; Staff, Digital Strategy Excellence; Staff, Website Design; Merrily Cassidy, Photo Series.

Second-place awards went to: Haven Orecchio-Egresitz, Crime and Courts Reporting; Doug Fraser, Environmental Reporting; Doug Fraser, History Reporting; Doug Fraser, Obituaries; Doug Fraser, Local Personality Profile; Doug Fraser, Science-Technology Reporting; Sam Mintz, Jason Kolnos, George Brennan and Haven Orecchio-Egresitz, Transportation Reporting; Kathi Scrizzi-Driscoll, Special Section or Supplement; William Mills, Editorial Writing; Tim Miller, Humor Columnist; Merrily Cassidy, General News Photo; Merrily Cassidy, Portrait Photo; Merrily Cassidy, Photo Story; Eric Williams and Jason Kolnos, News Video; Eric Williams, Spot News Video; Jason Kolnos, Sam Mintz and Steve Heaslip, Spot News Video; Merrily Cassidy, Photo Series.

Third-place awards were: Mary Ann Bragg, Science-Technology Reporting; Matt Goisman, Sports Story; Madeleine List, Spot News Story; Staff, Sports Section; Gwenn Friss, Special Section or Supplement; Saralee Perel, Serious Columnist; Merrily Cassidy, Portrait Photo; Staff, Website Interactivity and Engagement.

The awards were announced at NENPA’s annual meeting and convention, held this past weekend at the Marriott Long Wharf in Boston.
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