washingtonpost.com Wins Video Awards

washingtonpost.com has received 31 out of the 90 awards given by the White House News Photographers Association's "Eyes of History 2006" television contest. The highlights:

Travis Fox was named Editor of the Year for the third time. He also won in 2002 and 2003.
Travis, Pierre Kattar, Christina Pino-Marina, Ben de la Cruz, John Poole and Jen Crandall each won multiple awards for video journalism done over the course of the year.

The winners were announced Sunday, Jan. 15. A full list of winners can be found on the White House News Photographers' site.

Tom Kennedy
washingtonpost.com Managing Editor - Multimedia

By washingtonpost.com |  January 17, 2006; 10:16 AM ET  | Category:  Journalism
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How nice. When you're done patting yourselves on the back for getting an award from your White House masters that you toady yourself to so efficiently, how about getting back to the Howell discussion?

Posted by: Flappy Bob | January 17, 2006 10:27 AM

On the White House News Photographers Association website (www.whnpa.org) states that the Eyes of History Gala included a "Black-tie dinner for nearly 1000 members, guests, industry executives, and Washington personalities".

Does the Washington Post ever worry that socializing in this manner might effect the critical eye in which a newspaper is supposed to cover this same group of people?

Posted by: Steph | January 17, 2006 12:14 PM

Howell was one thing - Kurtz parroting the same lies (Democrats took money from Abramoff) in his online questioning today was another - Kurtz had plenty of time to get his facts straight today. Howell and Kurtz should be forced to put on the duncecaps and sit in the corner.

Posted by: opposition radio | January 17, 2006 06:10 PM


The Post utterly dominates Web-based multimedia -- no online newspaper comes close.

The Post also has the most frequent photographic presentations, which is a delight, too.

If I could make one wish for the site, it would be better charts explaining polling results.

Congratulations, washingtonpost.com for the usual great work!

Posted by: Tab Khan | January 18, 2006 01:42 AM

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