Center for Public Integrity wins seven Dateline Awards

Most among online news organizations in D.C.-area contest

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The Society of Professional Journalists’ Washington, D.C., chapter on Tuesday awarded the Center for Public Integrity seven 2016 Dateline Awards in its online journalism category — more than any other news organization.

The awards, distributed Tuesday night at the National Press Club, honor excellence among journalists based in the greater Washington, D.C., area.

Winners from the Center for Public Integrity include:

Non-breaking news: David Heath, Jim Morris, Jie Jenny Zou for “Science for Sale

Series: Geoff Mulvihill, Matthew Perrone, Liz Essley Whyte and Ben Wieder for the “Politics of Pain,” in collaboration with The Associated Press

Features: Allan Holmes, Ben Wieder, Eleanor Bell Fox, Chris Zubak-Skees and Gordon Witkin for “Broadband Inequality

Business: Fred Schulte for “Low Bar: How Lawyers Profit off Desperate Homeowners

Commentary/criticism: Dave Levinthal for “Unpacking Political Influence in Election 2016

Infographics: Chris Zubak-Skees for his portfolio

Editorial cartoon: Adam Zyglis for “Hillary Clinton’s Big Money Doubletalk

Additionally, reporter Carrie Levine’s profile of now-White House counsel Don McGahn was also named a finalist in the features category.

Carbon Wars,” a project produced by Center for Public Integrity journalists Jamie Smith Hopkins, Jim Morris, Jie Jenny Zou and Chris Zubak-Skees, in conjunction with the Weather Channel and Al Jazeera English, was a finalist in the online series category.

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists — until this year part of the Center for Public Integrity — was named a finalist for its “Panama Papers” project.

Other news organizations honored with Dateline Awards include: the Washington Post, the Washington Times, Politico, USA Today, Roll Call, the AP, Bloomberg BNA and McClatchy’s D.C. Bureau.

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