Publication takes three honors in nationwide competitors; 8 in statewide contest
NH Enterprise Evaluate gained a complete of 11 journalism awards in current nationwide and statewide journalism competitions.
Workers author Bob Sanders gained two of the awards within the annual Alliance of Space Enterprise Publications – a company whose membership contains enterprise publications from all through North America. He was given a Gold award for Greatest Investigative Reporting for his article, “OSHA’s Meager COVID Response,” which the judges hailed as a “sturdy data-driven Bob Sanders investigation … the combination of study and storytelling is powerful.” Sanders additionally gained a Silver Award for Greatest General Physique of Work, praising his abilities at writing investigative tales and explanatory journalism.
As well as, 603 Variety, a quarterly launched final yr as a companion publication of NH Enterprise Evaluate, was given a Silver award within the Greatest Ancillary Publication class. Judges praised its “vibrant design” and “participating content material” that offers readers “actual readability in regards to the issues surrounding range within the office.”
NH Enterprise Evaluate additionally took house a complete of eight awards within the NH Press Affiliation’s annual Distinguished Journalism Contest, together with two first-place awards.
One first-place award within the Leisure Reporting class went to John Angelo for his article, “The artwork of pandemic survival.” The opposite first-place honor was gained by Bob Sanders within the Enterprise-Financial Reporting class for his piece, “NH’s provide chain nightmare.”
NH Enterprise Evaluate additionally gained 4 second-place awards, together with one for Basic Excellence within the Greatest Non-Every day Newspaper class. Different second-place winners had been Katie Hoppler and Bob Sanders within the Characteristic Story class for his or her article, “State finances proposal decimates assist for New Hampshire SBDC,” Tricia Soule for her article, “Rochester Museum of Effective Arts helps town reinvent itself,” which was honored within the Leisure Reporting class, and one other to Bob Sanders for his article, “NH traders entangled in actual property ‘Ponzi scheme’” within the Crime and Courtroom Reporting class.
Sanders additionally gained a third-place award for Basic Information Story for his article, “New Hampshire wage claims can add up for workers,” and one other within the Investigative Story/Collection class for his article, “NH, S. Dakota and the Pandora Papers.”