Wisconsin Watch has been named a finalist in 12 categories in the Milwaukee Press Club’s 2021 Excellence in Journalism contest.
Wisconsin Watch won three gold awards from the Milwaukee Press Club Wednesday for 2020 coverage of racial justice protests,Wisconsin’s broken unemployment system and an examination of flaws in data reporting early in the pandemic.
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The Milwaukee Press Club is honoring our stories about major issues that confronted Wisconsin in 2020, including the contentious presidential election, COVID-19, a racial reckoning, disinformation and Wisconsin’s dysfunctional unemployment compensation system.
The Milwaukee Press Club announcement includes awards for online and audio reporting, best news website, feature photography and illustration.
The Milwaukee Press Club announcement includes awards for online and audio reporting, best news website, feature photography and illustration
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism won top investigative and public service awards for stories published in 2018. In all, Wisconsin Watch received eight gold, five silver and two bronze awards for stories, photos, audio reports and a documentary.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism won 15 honors from the Milwaukee Press Club’s 2018 Excellence in Wisconsin Journalism contest for stories, photographs, audio reports and a documentary, the club announced Tuesday. Some of the awards were won in conjunction with University of Wisconsin-Madison students or Wisconsin Public Radio, which works closely with the Center […]
WCIJ takes home five golds, eight silvers and a bronze from the Milwaukee Press Club, Wisconsin’s premiere all-media journalism contest.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism was named a winner Monday of 14 prizes in the 2017 Milwaukee Press Club Excellence in Journalism contest, including awards for investigative, public service and explanatory reporting; single story and multi-story coverage; photography and illustration.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism was named a winner Tuesday of eight awards in the 2016 Milwaukee Press Club Excellence in Journalism contest.