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Heywood Broun Award

Deadline: Last Friday in January, annually

Eligibility: The award will be given for work published between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31 of the previous year. Employees of newspapers, news services, magazines and radio and TV stations in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico are eligible, whether Guild members or not. Managers are not eligible. Publications and other employers as such, or entries on behalf of an entire staff of a publication or employer, are not eligible. Applicants may submit entries for themselves or others.

Value: $5,000 to the winning entry.

The Newspaper Guild-CWA
501 Third St. N.W., 6nd Fl. 20001-2797
Washington DC,
Phone: 202-434-7177
FAX: 202-434-1472
Website: http://www.newsguild.org

Description: This annual competition is intended to encourage and recognize individual journalistic achievement by members of the working media, particularly if it helps right a wrong or correct an injustice.

Further Details: Contact Broun Award Committee for more information.

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