It’s been another successful year for The Globe and we are very proud of our editorial achievements. Here’s highlights of the industry recognition we have received in the past year.
The Globe has been awarded Best News Website and Best Home Page from the prestigious Eppy Awards. The award for Best News Website, shared with The New Yorker, marks the first time we have won this ultimate recognition.
This is the second year in a row The Globe and Mail has won for Best Home Page. The EPPY Awards, presented by the U.S.-based journal Editor and Publisher, recognize the best media-affiliated websites across 31 diverse categories.
The Globe and our journalists were nominated for four other awards:
- Best News/Event Feature (for a special package on the North); http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/the-north/
- Best Investigative/Enterprise Feature (for coverage of the Lac-Mégantic, Que., disaster); http://www.theglobeandmail.com/topic/Lac-Mégantic,-Quebec
- Best Business Blog (for Michael Babad’s Business Briefing); http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/top-business-stories/
- Best Daily Newspaper Website. www.theglobeandmail.com
6 Digital Design Awards from the Society For News Design.
The Globe is one of only two Canadian news organizations to make the list, which includes The Guardian, The New York Times, NPR, The WSJ, Reuters, National Geographic and The Washington Post.
Noteworthy, the digital design awards are not awarded to individual journalists, but to an organization as a whole, to recognize their collective work in innovative storytelling and digital journalism. The Globe’s winning entries speak to the collaborative work of the video, digital, graphics, photo and design departments, reporters and editors.
Here are the winning entries:
- How income inequality hurts every Canadian’s chance of a building a better life
- Is Canada’s Future in the North?
- Proof that young adults have it worse (much worse) than 30 years ago
- The Data behind R.A. Dickey: A Pitch-by-Pitch breakdown of his 2012 Season
- Which federal departments are facing biggest cuts
National Newspaper Awards
The Globe and Mail won five National Newspaper Awards for 2013, tying with The Toronto Star for top spot in the most prestigious annual competition for Canadian newspapers. Read more…
National Magazine Awards
Report on Business won three gold and two silver at the June 6 National Magazine Awards for 2013, including top magazine cover for Larry Fink. This was ROB art director Domenic Macri’sthird gold for covers, a National Magazine Awards record. Anya Chibis’ black-and-white photo of BlackRock CEO Larry Fink also won a gold for Portrait Photography.
The National Magazine Awards celebrate the best in Canadian magazine work across print, visual and integrated categories. Volunteers judged almost 2,000 entries from 92 Canadian magazines.
ROB, which was a finalist in the photography, design, feature writing and editorial packages, also had 16 honorable mentions.
The magazine’s gold and silver winners:
- Magazine Cover: Domenic Macri for Larry Fink
- Written Categories – Business: Charles Wilkins for This Little Piggy Went to Market…and the Farmer Lost Money
- Portrait Photography: Anya Chibis for Larry Fink
- Editorial Package – Print: David Berman, Thomas Watson, Charles Wilkins, Ivor Tossell, Nathan Vanderklippe, Steve Brearton, Shawn McCarthy, John Daly, Dawn Calleja, Jason Unrau, Domenic Macri, Gary Salewicz for The future of energy
- Politics & Public Interest: Eric Reguly for The smartest guys on the planet
A complete list of winners is available online.