Innovative Storytelling Award

NPF Award Winner: Innovative Storytelling Award - Tony Bartelme, Post and Courier

Tony Bartelme, Post and Courier 2017

Technology in Journalism Award

NPF judges said: “Tony Bartelme used infrared technology as a unique way to dramatically illustrate the greenhouse gas footprint in the community. ‘Chasing Carbon’ provides infrared evidence that carbon emissions are everywhere, from leaf blowers to smokestacks. This is great journalism supported by a novel technology tool.”

Tony Bartelme, a three-time finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, is a special projects reporter for The Post and Courier in Charleston, South Carolina. His investigative reporting has exposed government corruption and explored diverse issues ranging from changes in ocean plankton to the global shortage of doctors. His work has received the highest honors in journalism, including awards from the Gerald Loeb and Scripps foundations and Sigma Delta Chi. He is the author or co-author of several books, including “A Surgeon in the Village: An American Doctor Teaches Brain Surgery in Africa.”

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Innovative Storytelling Award

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Technology in Journalism Award

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Innovative Storytelling Award

2017

NPF Award Winner: Tony Bartelme, Post and Courier

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Technology in Journalism Award

2016

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Innovative Storytelling Award

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Technology in Journalism Award

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Innovative Storytelling Award

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Technology in Journalism Award