Innovative Storytelling Award

NPF Award Winner: Innovative Storytelling Award - The Washington Post

The Washington Post 2016

Technology in Journalism Award

NPF’s Best Use of Technology Award goes to The Washington Post for its multimedia presentation on the tide of refugees washing up on Europe’s shores, titled The Waypoint. The NPF judges said, “This was a well-crafted narrative that serves as testament to true human perseverance. The use of technology allows readers to be part of the deeply emotional journey of seeking asylum. High-tech tools brought the narrative to life.” Washington Post staffers left to right:  Kevin Schaul, Zoeann Murphy, Samuel Granados, Kat Downs, Emily Chow. Not pictured: Griff Witte

Other Winners of this Award

2018

NPF Award Winner: The Washington Post

The Washington Post

Innovative Storytelling Award

2018

NPF Award Winner: Kashmir Hill and Surya Mattu, Gizmodo Media Group

Kashmir Hill and Surya Mattu, Gizmodo Media Group

Technology in Journalism Award

2017

NPF Award Winner: The Washington Post

The Washington Post

Innovative Storytelling Award

2017

NPF Award Winner: Tony Bartelme, Post and Courier

Tony Bartelme, Post and Courier

Technology in Journalism Award

2016

NPF Award Winner: The Washington Post

The Washington Post

Innovative Storytelling Award

2016

NPF Award Winner: The Washington Post

The Washington Post

Technology in Journalism Award

2015

NPF Award Winner: Tampa Bay Times

Tampa Bay Times

Innovative Storytelling Award

2015

NPF Award Winner: Des Moines Register and Gannett Product

Des Moines Register and Gannett Product

Technology in Journalism Award