Daytona Beach News-Journal

Daytona Beach News-Journal

The Daytona Beach News-Journal has served Volusia and Flagler counties since 1883. No other media reaches more than 286,000 Volusia and Flagler adults every week. The News-Journal’s staff of award winning writers have won numerous awards from organizations such as the Society of Professional Journalists’ Sunshine State Award and Green Eyeshade Award – and the Florida Society of News Editors’ various honors.

 

 

The Palm Coast News-Tribune publishes twice weekly in Flagler County within the News-Journal, offering advertisers access to Flagler-specific readers each day of the week.

Daytona Beach News-Journal

At a Glance

  • Founded in 1883, The News-Journal is the number one local source for news, information and advertising.

Daytona Beach News-Journal

901 Sixth Street
Daytona Beach, Florida 32117

(386) 252-1511

http://www.news-journalonline.com

Awards

  • 2011 Florida Society of News Editors, Feature Photography, 1st Place, Jim Tiller
  • Society of Professional Journalists' Sunshine State Awards,1st Place, Environmental Reporting
  • Society of Professional Journalists' Sunshine State Awards, 2nd Place, Government and Political Reporting
  • Society of Professional Journalists' Green Eyeshade Award, 3rd Place, Editorials
  • 2011 Florida Society of News Editors, 1st Place, Feature Photography
  • 2013 Sunshine State Awards, South Florida chapter, Society of Professional Journalists First place, Community Reporting, Chris Graham, Ormond Beach/Holly Hill coverage First place, General Commentary and Criticism, Mac Thrower, collection of columns Second place, Presidential Election Coverage, Derek Catron, collection of stories
  • 2013 Florida Society of News Editors awards First place, Sports Page Design, Scott Turick, Ryan Lochte Gold Medal Second place, Editorials, Mac Thrower Third place, Community Leadership, Derek Catron, Beauty & Blight series Third place, Sports, Brent Woronoff, selection of stories Third place, Columns, Mac Thrower, selection of work Third place, Page One Design, Scott Turick
  • 2012 Green Eyeshade Award, Society of Professional Journalists, Southeast U.S. Region Third place, Editorials, Mac Thrower, “Victory for the Sunshine Law”
  • 2012 Sunshine State Awards, South Florida chapter, Society of Professional Journalists First place, Environmental Reporting, Dinah Voyles Pulver, collection of stories Second place, Government/Political Reporting, Derek Catron, collection of stories
  • 2012 Florida Society of News Editors awards First place, Feature Page Design, Karen Gallagher, “May in the Garden” Second place, Sports, Sean Kernan, collection of stories Second place, Page One Design, Scott Turick and Brad Tennant Second place, Sports Page Design, Mike Washuta, “The Inside Track” Third place, Features & Arts Writing, Derek Catron, “Bad Touch” Third place, Business, Tom Knox, collection of stories
  • 2012 Florida Press Club awards First place, Government News, Derek Catron, collection of stories First place, Education Writing, Annie Martin, high school graduation rates First place, Public Safety Reporting, Chris Graham, prescription pill epidemic First place, Front Page Design, Scott Turick, body of work First place, Special Section, The News-Journal staff, “United Forever” Second place, Education Writing, Deborah Circelli Second place, Business Writing, Tom Knox Second place, Commentary Writing, Mark Lane Second place, Sports Page Design, Jeff Wilen Third place, Serious Feature Writing, Derek Catron Third place, Education Writing, Deborah Circelli Third place, Public Safety Reporting, Lyda Longa Third place, Commentary Writing, Denise O’Toole Kelly Third place, Blog Writing, Jeff Wilen Third place, Sports Page Design, Scott Turick

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