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Daily Post wins AP awards

In this 2011 Super Six package, graphics editor Nicole Puckett and digital production editor took several photos and combined them to look like an old film contact sheet. The Super Six package won first place in the Associated Press contest.

In this 2011 Super Six package, graphics editor Nicole Puckett and digital production editor took several photos and combined them to look like an old film contact sheet. The Super Six package won first place in the Associated Press contest.

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Staff Photo: Jason Braverman In this 2011 photo, LSU defender Tharold Simon (24) breaks up a pass intended for UGA's Malcolm Mitchell (26) during the SEC Championship game. Jason Braverman placed first for sports action in the Associated Press contest.

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Nicole Puckett

The Gwinnett Daily Post won four awards in the annual Georgia Associated Press Association contest, including first place for a sports action photo taken by digital production editor Jason Braverman.

The awards were presented Saturday during a luncheon at Marriott Macon City Center in Macon.

Braverman was honored for his photo from the SEC Championship football game. He also earned third-place awards for feature photo and sports feature photo. Braverman and Graphics Editor Nicole Puckett also placed first in the graphics and illustration category for a page touting the county's Super Six swimmers.

The Daily Post competes in Class AAAA in the AP contest against other papers with circulaton of 40,000 or more.

Comments

teelee 2 years, 2 months ago

Congratulations Post, I have enjoyed this paper for years. They will not however win any awards on their one sided and bias coverage of the airport expansion issue. I have yet to see a positive story on what the airport could do for the county that is number one in home foreclosures and personal bankruptcies in the state of Georgia. Other papers have went as far as showing artist rendering of what the new gates will look like.

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