Bloomberg team wins National Press Club award for Brexit coverage
A team of Bloomberg won the Breaking News award from the National Press Club for their fast and thorough coverage of the Brexit vote.
The first-place and honorable mention winners of the contest will be recognized at the annual awards dinner on Friday evening, July 28, National Press Club in Washington.
Here are other business and personal finance related winners and honorable mentions:
Consumer Journalism-periodicals: “The Politics of Pain,” by the Center for Public Integrity and The Associated Press – a look at big pharmaceutical companies’ role in the opioid painkillers crisis.
Newsletter Journalism: “Busted: The Last Oil Boom?” by E&E News – a look at the boom-bust economic cycle of the oil industry.
Michael A. Dornheim Award: Investigative reports by Elan Head of Vertical Magazine looking in-depth at safety concerns about helicopters.
Consumer Journalism-newspapers: “The Uncounted,” by a team of Reuters reporters looking at “superbugs” – antibiotic resisting bacteria.
Consumer Journalism-broadcast: ABC’s Brian Ross Investigates – a look at shoddy home construction.
Lee Walczak Award for Political Analysis: Jon Hilsenrath and Bob Davis of The Wall Street Journal for a thorough look at the economics of trade and how it affected the 2016 election.
See all of the winners and honorable mentions here.