City Comptroller Scott Stringer addressed a lively crowd at the 14th annual Ippies Awards, given by the Center for Community and Ethnic Media at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism to honor the best work of the community and ethnic press in the metropolitan area.
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The Center for Community and Ethnic Media at CUNY’s J School distributed awards June 5.
The 11th annual Ippies Awards cast the spotlight on the vibrant community and ethnic press. Check out the articles from the winners and finalists, who covered stories and perspectives not found in the mainstream media.
MTV Base MEETS, an interview show that runs on African MTV networks, seeks young Africans living in NYC; an ethnic newspaper editor argues against handing out newspapers for free; the library system tackles unemployment; and some more coverage of the Ippies awards.
To showcase the best New York City journalism in languages other than English published last year, Voices of NY is running translations of articles that won Ippies at last week’s gala. This report from Oct. 10, 2011, by Jacky Tik Wong at the Chinese-language publication Sing Tao Daily, won second place for best investigative/in-depth story.
Here’s a rundown of coverage from the community and ethnic press of last Thursday’s Ippies Awards, held at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism.
To showcase the best New York City journalism in languages other than English published last year, Voices of NY is running translations of articles that won Ippies at last week’s gala. This three-part article was published on Sept. 5, 2011 by the World Journal, and it won first place for best investigative/in-depth story.
Here at Voices of NY, we’re still happily recapping yesterday evening’s Ippies Awards gala, where the City University of New York’s Graduate School of Journalism handed out awards for outstanding journalism in 2011 from the city’s community and ethnic media, as well as $9,000 in prizes.