Scripps Howard Award Winners (Fishbowl New Yorkers)

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New York was strongly represented among The Scripps Howard Foundation National Journalism Awards Winners that were announced today. Walt Bogdanich and Jake Hooker of The New York Times received the $25,000 Ursula and Gilbert Farfel prize for their series ”A Toxic Pipeline.” The Wall Street Journal won the William Brewster Styles award ($10,000) for its series ”Debt Bomb,” on the housing crisis.

And Dean David M. Rubin of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University won the Charles E. Scripps award ($10,000) for Journalism Administrator of the year.

The cash awards will be presented April 18 during a dinner at the National Press Club.

(image via Shawn Baldwin for the New York Times)