Get recognized! One day left to enter the 2013 Online Journalism Awards

By on June 27, 2013

Get recognized for the great work that you’ve created and don’t miss the chance to enter the 2013 Online Journalism Awards. The deadline is tomorrow, June 28, at 11:59 p.m. ET. The awards honor a wide range of digital journalism and technical innovation — from new approaches in online storytelling, to investigative and watchdog journalism, to digital tools that change the way stories are told.

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The OJAs honor innovative work in multimedia storytelling across the spectrum of digital platforms. This year, nine of the 29 awards come with a total of $37,500 in prize money, courtesy of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the Gannett Foundation, including a new $5,000 award honoring the best in Watchdog Journalism.

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The OJAs are the only comprehensive set of journalism prizes honoring excellence in digital journalism, administered by ONA and its academic partner, the University of Miami’s School of Communication. Following tradition, this year’s honorees will be announced on the final night of ONA13, the Online News Association Conference and Awards Banquet, Oct. 17-19, at the Marriott Marquis in Atlanta.


Jennifer Mizgata

Jennifer Mizgata is Director of Programs at the Online News Association, where she leads the Women's Leadership Accelerator. At ONA, Jennifer focuses on identifying talented digital journalists and innovative journalism projects and providing them with support. Jennifer is a business and design strategist with over a decade of experience creating industry-changing training programs, investing in award-winning projects, and managing key relationships with journalism partners and tech stakeholders. She regularly coaches managers, senior leaders and entrepreneurs on challenges related to their careers and launching new ventures. Jennifer shares advice for navigating tough work challenges in Work Space, a monthly column for Fortune.