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Daily Post wins six AP awards

Brendan Sullivan

Brendan Sullivan

ATLANTA — The Daily Post won six awards in the annual 2013 Georgia Associated Press APME Newspaper Contest, with Brendan Sullivan winning four, including Best Photo Portfolio in the state’s highest division.

In addition to winning for his portfolio, Sullivan placed first for his Picture Story about a local prison awareness program. Sullivan also had a pair of third-place finishes for Best Multiplatform Coverage Of A Single Story and for Sports Action Photo. He shared the multiplatform coverage award with writer Josh Green for their coverage of the prison awarness program.

Digital Production Editor Jason Braverman was also honored at Saturday’s luncheon, held in Atlanta at Twelve Atlantic Station, with a second-place finish in Sports Feature Photo for his picture of Parkview’s state baseball championship.

Sports Editor Will Hammock placed third in sports writing for his story “Teenager fights off cystic fibrosis, celiac for basketball success.”

The Daily Post competes in Class AAA, the state’s top classification, in the AP contest against other papers with circulatons of 40,000 or more.

SPORTS

Third place, Will Hammock

READ: Peachtree Ridge's Turvy beating cystic fibrosis, celiac


BEST MULTIPLATFORM COVERAGE OF A SINGLE STORY

Third place, Brendan Sullivan (photos, video) and Josh Green (story)

READ/WATCH: Setting youths straighter for 20 years


SPORTS FEATURE PHOTO

Second place, Jason Braverman, State Champions


SPORTS PHOTO

Third place, Brendan Sullivan, Track Finish


PICTURE STORY

First place, Brendan Sullivan


PHOTO PORTFOLIO

First place, Brendan Sullivan

(This final image was part of the same photo story shown above. The entire story was included in the portfolio entry.)

Comments

kentkid11 9 months ago

No good deed goes unpunished. Way to get rid of your award winning photojournalists and replace them with iphones. I sincerely hope they land jobs on newspapers that aren't so short sighted as your company and appreciate the difference between photojournalism and a snap shot.

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