2010 NMPA-APME BNC Winners
This year's General Excellence winners are...
Weekly Class 2: El Defensor Chieftain
Weekly Class 1: The Taos News
Daily Class 2: Clovis News Journal
Daily Class 1: Albuquerque Journal
For a full list of winners please CLICK HERE.
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Online N.M. news site folds
The New Mexico Independent, an online news source that started two and a half years ago, has closed, laying off five reporters and ending an experiment here in not-for profit, profit, web-only journalism.
3 named to open government board
The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government has elected
three new members to its board of directors.
They are advertising agency director Del Esparza of Albuquerque,
Santa Fe attorney David Gomez and public relations firm owner Melanie Majors of Albuquerque.
Farm Bureau recognizes Sun-News reporter Alba
LAS CRUCES Las Cruces Sun-News reporter Diana M. Alba
has been selected Media Person of the Year by the New Mexico
Farm and Livestock Bureau. The award, honoring her indepth
depth coverage of agriculture in the Mesilla Valley, will be presented during the bureau s annual meeting, Nov. 19 in Albuquerque, and encompasses all forms of media newspapers,
television, radio and the Internet. Only one award is given annually.
Business Weekly introduces redesigned website
The New Mexico Business Weekly launched a comprehensive redesign of its website, offering readers both improved technical performance and better ways to delve deeper into the news.
The redesign was implemented simultaneously with 39 other business weeklies across the country, all of which, like the
Business Weekly, are owned by Charlotte, N.C.-based American City Business Journals. Highlights of the changes include allowing readers to customize their experience, improved site navigation and clearer distinctions between free and premium content areas.
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