Mossberg receives Clurman Award
The Livingston Awards honored Walt Mossberg with the 2018 Richard M. Clurman Award for his commitment to fostering the careers of numerous technology reporters.
Mossberg is the creator of the Personal Technology column in The Wall Street Journal and co-founder of AllThingsD, Recode and the Code Conference
At the Livingston Awards luncheon, Livingston judge Kara Swisher presented the $5,000 award to Mossberg.
In a video tribute, several technology reporters spoke about Mossberg’s influence on their careers.
The Clurman Award honors superb on-the-job mentors who improve journalism by exemplifying excellence in nurturing, critiquing and inspiring young journalists.
Named after the chief of correspondents of the Time-Life Service and architect of the Livingston Awards, the Clurman Award is presented at the Livingston Awards luncheon in June.
Past recipients include Tom Brokaw, Judy Woodruff and Paul Steiger.