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National Entertainment Journalism Award

Saturday, March 1st, 2008

LA Press Club

A sincere thank-you to the Los Angeles Press Club for honoring the work we do at Why Tuesday? as part of their first National Entertainment Journalism Awards. I’m honored to be the inaugural recipient of the award for best TV news story, even though our primary platform for distribution is the web — a good sign for vloggers! We also received honorable mention for best online feature.

LA Weekly’s Nikki Finke, who swept the online awards, rounds up the rest of the winners and links to the complete list here.

The judges were former TV Week and Hollywood Reporter editor Alex Ben Block, Daily Variety’s Ted Johnson, and USA Today’s Claudia Puig.

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