Hinrich Foundation Award for Distinguished Reporting on Trade
Paul Wiseman, Joe McDonald, Anne D’Innocenzio of The Associated Press have won the National Press Foundation’s inaugural Hinrich Foundation Award for Distinguished Reporting on Trade.
NPF judges said: “The AP series offers a big-picture historical look at America’s trade history and the factors driving the trade disputes. The reporters cut through the political rhetoric and dug beneath the headlines to effectively explain the realities of trade on a granular level. The writing is colorful, lively and admirably clear.”
These are the three AP stories:
“In trade wars of 200 years ago, the pirates were Americans”
“Countertops and rubberbands: US pursues obscure trade cases”
“Facing Trump tariffs, some companies, move, change or wait”
The Hinrich Foundation Award for Distinguished Reporting on Trade recognizes exemplary journalism that illuminates and advances the public’s understanding of international business and trade. The award is open to any professional journalist whose work exemplifies the highest standards of journalism and is published by a reputable news organization. This includes print, broadcast and digital journalists. This award carries a US$10,000 prize. The jury for this award is comprised of four distinguished journalists. The winner will receive a trip to Washington, D.C., to accept the award at the National Press Foundation’s annual journalism awards dinner on February 13, 2020.
Additional information on the origins of the award can be found here.