Division Highlights

Posted By Spring Eselgroth

Digital: Eligible entrants’ primary business activity is disseminating news and information through a digital platform (online, mobile, etc.).

Energy: Energy reporting and/or commentary from any source.

Government: Government reporting and/or commentary from any source.

Health Care: Health care reporting and/or commentary from any source.

Innovation: Stories, projects, initiatives that exemplify creativity and originality.

International: This category is open to media organizations based outside the United States, as well as work by U.S.-based organizations that is datelined outside the U.S.

News Agencies: Media primarily responsible for distributing news to other news organizations and business entities.

Personal Finance: Personal finance reporting and/or commentary on any platform.

Print: Dailies. Magazines published at various intervals. Business weeklies/biweeklies.

Radio/TV/Podcast: Broadcasts on radio, television, and podcast.

Real Estate: Commercial or residential real-estate reporting and/or commentary from any source.

Small Business: Reporting on small business and entrepreneurship from any source.

Social Media: A collection of Twitter and/or Facebook posts presenting an innovative skillful approach to the medium.

Student: Stories on any business journalism topic reported by students at colleges and universities.

Technology: Reporting on the technology industry from any source.


(updated 11/17/2015)

SABEW - Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication,
Arizona State University

555 North Central Ave, Suite 406 E, Phoenix, AZ 85004-1248
Phone: (602)-496-7862 Fax: (602) 496-7041

E-mail: sabew@sabew.org

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