2020 California Journalism Awards - Print Division

Enterprise News Story or Series ( Dailies: 50,001 & over)Back

  • Place Name: First Place
    Contestant Name: San Francisco Chronicle
    Entry Title: San Francisco Chronicle: Throughline
    Entry Credit: Sarah Feldberg, Robert Morast, Alex Fong, San Francisco Chronicle Staff
    Judge Comment: San Francisco Chronicle's Throughline special report is enterprise reporting and page design at its best. The "bit of fiction" on Page 6 is a delightful touch.
  • Place Name: Second Place
    Contestant Name: Los Angeles Times
    Entry Title: A Toxic Secret Lurks in Deep Sea
    Entry Credit: Rosanna Xia
    Judge Comment: The Los Angeles Times' Toxic Secret is deeply reported as it shows the casual response to an environmental disaster. The online presentation stands out in this category.
  • Place Name: Third Place
    Contestant Name: The San Diego Union-Tribune
    Entry Title: Faces of the Arts Shutdown
    Entry Credit: Pam Kragen, George Varga, Michael James Rocha
    Judge Comment: Faces of the Art strikes a chord with its real people/real problems focus. The photography is striking and the design bold.
  • Place Name: Fourth Place
    Contestant Name: The San Diego Union-Tribune
    Entry Title: Missing in Mexico
    Entry Credit: Wendy Fry, Alejandro Tamayo, Alexandra Mendoza
    Judge Comment: The San Diego Union-Tribute found a new twist in its Missing in Mexico series. Strong photography and story tellling.
  • Place Name: Fifth Place
    Contestant Name: The Sacramento Bee
    Entry Title: Devin Nunes in court
    Entry Credit: KEVIN HALL, KATE IRBY
    Judge Comment: The Sacramento Bee's investigation into Devin Nunes' attorney is multi-state deep dive into public records. We are all better for its reporting.