Missouri School of Journalism Announces Winners of 2007 Missouri Lifestyle Journalism Awards
May 22, 2007
Story Contact: Katherine Kostiuk, 573-882-3346, KostiukK@missouri.edu
COLUMBIA, Mo. — The Missouri School of Journalism at the University of Missouri-Columbia announced winners of the 2007 Missouri Lifestyle Journalism Awards. Well-known repeat winners include The Washington Post, the San Jose Mercury News and the Daily Camera in Boulder, Colo.; relative newcomers include The Roanoke Times and The Sacramento Bee.
Judges of the more than 1,200 entries wrote some of the following about the winners:
- “The quality of the writing, photography and design compare favorably with most national magazines.”
- “In the soft features, it's elegant.”
- “…this narrative demonstrates the great continuing strength of the newspaper in telling a good story.”
The Missouri Lifestyle Journalism Awards began in 1960 as the Penney-Missouri Awards. Winners receive $1,000 in prize money and a lead crystal vase trophy.
For a list of winners and finalists, along with judges' comments, see the Lifestyle Awards section of the Journalism's Web site.