The San Diego Business Journal took home 17 awards at the 43rd Annual Excellence in Journalism Awards dinner on Oct. 25.
They included the coveted Best of Show for a Non-Daily Newspaper for its special section “Balboa Park Beyond 1915: Legacy of the Exposition.” The section, which also won a first place award, celebrated the 100th birthday of one of San Diego’s iconic sites with a historic retrospective. It was produced by Pam Crooks, Suzan Peterson and Patti Anderson.
The Business Journal also took home four first-place awards, five second-place awards and six third-place awards.
Brad Graves, “Nature's Nightlight” (Science/Technology)
Emmet Pierce, “Low Barriers Help Companies Make Fast Start” (Business & Financial)
Emmet Pierce, “Taylor Guitars Fights Brand Theft” (Criminal Justice)
Sandie Powers, “Brand Theft” (Feature Layout Design)
Lou Hirsh, “The Aftermath” (Business & Financial)
Michael Lipkin, “They Didn't See It Coming” (History)
Emmet Pierce, “Courts Use Mediation to Ease Overcrowding” (Criminal Justice)
Emmet Pierce, “Practically Speaking” (Education)
Emmet Pierce, “Groundbreasking Space” (Real Estate)
Angela Castillo, “Surfing's Clean Break” (Feature Layout Design)
Michael Lipkin, “Worst-Case Scenario” (Business & Financial)
Brittany Meiling, “Out of the Shadows” (Health & Medicine)
Emmet Pierce, “Navigating the Labor Law Landscape” (Criminal Justice)
Sandie Powers, “The Next Round” (Front Page Design)
Emmet Pierce, “Tech Sector Works to Keep Graduates in Town” (Science/Technology)