The awards were presented at a ceremony in Chicago on June 3.
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The documentary feature film, which is an extension of the award-winning journalism project from The Times’ Gale Holland, Christina House and Claire Hannah Collins, will screen at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres in Hollywood on Friday, June 23 at 7 p.m.
The 44th annual competitions honored visual storytelling and design work produced in 2022.
The Los Angeles Times and Times Community News have earned 59 awards in the California News Publishers Association California Journalism Awards contest.
This is Plaschke’s ninth No. 1 finish in the column category.
L.A. Times Studios and ABC News Studios Announce “The Randall Scandal: Love, Loathing, and Vanderpump” Documentary
The 90-minute documentary, which highlights the 2022 investigation by The Times’ Amy Kaufman and Meg James, will begin streaming Monday, May 22, on Hulu
The Times has won a dozen awards, plus best in show honors, in the National Headliner Awards competition.
Times staff was also recognized as a finalist in the Local Reporting category for an investigative series on the fallout of legal pot in California.
L.A. Times’ Christina House Earns Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for ‘Hollywood’s Finest’ Series
“The Outlaw Ocean” podcast series, presented by CBC Podcasts and the Los Angeles Times, earned the Nontraditional Media and John Seigenthaler Courage in Journalism Award
The Times’ Ryan and Hamilton Earn Collier Prize for Investigative Series Focusing on the California State Bar
The $25,000 award, offered by the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications, is one of the largest journalism prizes in the nation.
He brings an eagerness to understand the changing nature of moviegoing in L.A. and a commitment to ensuring The Times continues to lead the conversation about film and film culture.
The Class of 2023 summer interns include emerging journalists who have honed their craft reporting, shooting, editing and designing stories from coast to coast and on multiple continents.
The former intern returns to cover trends in retail and e-commerce, consumer behavior and all things related to how people spend — or are unjustly parted from — their money.
The former Metro reporter will focus on narrative journalism that captures the realities and stakes of a changing economy in California and elsewhere.
The former Metro reporter will serve as a bridge between readers and the newsroom, helping to deepen the relationship with its audiences.
He comes to the newsroom from the Ventura County Star, where he covered breaking news and then the Simi Valley, Moorpark and Conejo Valley communities.
The initiative, funded by six philanthropies in collaboration with the L.A. Partnership for Early Childhood Investment, will explore the critical issues affecting California’s youngest residents, their parents, care providers and educators.
He most recently worked at Texas Monthly and was recognized in March by the American Society for Magazine Editors with a Next Award for journalists under 30.
She previously worked at Oregon Public Broadcasting, NPR and the Miami Herald and was a Livingston Award finalist in 2022.
She brings experience at the Daily Beast, Reveal and her hometown’s NOLA.com to her new role working on the L.A. Times’ flagship newsletters.
The former L.A. Times Business reporter will examine the entirety of the culinary ecosystem, from the fields where food is grown to the fine-dining haunts where it is served.
She previously worked for National Geographic and the San Francisco Chronicle after completing her master’s degree in journalism at USC.