2006 Finalists

Corrections to this List:

Please send in all corrections by Monday, June 5th.

We will be ordering engraved plaques using the information on this master list, as well as, sending out a press release and including it in this year’s program book.

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Thank you,
Christine


The list as of Wednesday, June 7, 2006, 1:00 AM:


A.
JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR

A1. PRINT JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR (OVER 100k CIRCULATION)

  • Jeffrey Anderson, LA Weekly, Underground Power Broker
  • Barbara Demick, Los Angeles Times, Glimpses of a Hermit Nation
  • Steve Lopez, Los Angeles Times, Violinist Has the World on Two Strings
  • Alan Mittelstaedt, LA Weekly, What you Can’t See Can Kill You
  • Sebastian Rotella, Los Angeles Times, Europe’s Boys of Jihad

A2. PRINT JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR (UNDER 100k CIRCULATION)

  • Jason Armstrong, Los Angeles Daily Journal
  • Ben Baeder and Keith Birmingham, San Gabriel Valley Tribune
  • John Boston, Santa Clarita Valley, The Signal
  • Anat Rubin, Los Angeles Daily Journal
  • Leslie Simmons, Los Angeles Daily Journal

A3. TELEVISION JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR

  • Ana Garcia, KNBC 4
  • David Goldstein, CBS2/KCAL 9

A4. RADIO JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR

  • Kitty Felde KPCC (Talk of the City)
  • Larry Mantle KPCC (AirTalk)
  • Warren Olney KCRW (PRI)
  • Tavis Smiley PRI
  • Frank Stoltze KPCC

A5. SPORTS JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR

  • Bill Plaschke, Los Angeles Times
  • T. J. Simers, Los Angeles Times

A6. ENTERTAINMENT JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR

  • Claude Brodesser, KCRW-FM
  • Patrick Goldstein, Los Angeles Times
  • Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times

A7. PHOTO JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR

  • Francine Orr, LA Times
  • Damon Winter, LA Times

A8. DESIGNER OF THE YEAR (Print or Online)

  • Christine Palma , KXLU (Echo in the Sense)

A9. HEALTH JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR

  • Denise Dador, KABC TV
  • Dr. Bruce Hensel, KNBC-TV
  • Susan Karlin, Independent Journalist
  • Shari Roan, Los Angeles Times
  • Alan Zarembo, Los Angeles Times

B. DAILY/WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS (Over 100,000 circulation)

B1. HARD NEWS

  • Los Angeles Times Staff, Hurricane Katrina
  • Los Angeles Times Staff, London Bombings
  • Los Angeles Times Staff, Tragedy on the rails
  • Los Angeles Daily News Staff, Aborted suicide triggers commuter rail disaster

B2.NEWS FEATURE

  • Justin Clark, L.A. Weekly, “Coroner to the Suicide”
  • Michael Krikorian, L.A. Weekly, “War and Peace”
  • Richard Marosi, Los Angeles Times, “Death and Deliverance”
  • David Zucchino, Los Angeles Times, “The Unvanquished: A Cop’s Story”

B3. INVESTIGATIVE/SERIES

  • Jeffrey Anderson, L.A. Weekly, "L.A.’s Underground Power Broker"
  • Scott Glover and Matt Lait, Los Angeles Times, “A Case of Doubt”
  • Jason Felch and Ralph Frammolino, Los Angeles Times, "Lavish Perks, Looted Treasures Inside the Art World"
  • Robin Fields, Evelyn Larrubia and Jack Leonard, Los Angeles Times, “Guardians for Profit”
  • Marcus Stern of Copley News Service, San Diego Union-Tribune Staff and Copley News Service Staff, "Rep. Randy ‘Duke’ Cunningham’s $2.4 million in Bribes"

B4. BUSINESS

  • Dean Calbreath, San Diego Union Tribune, “The Dragon Awaked: Boom felt across the globe”
  • Robin Fields, Evelyn Larrubia and Jack Leonard, Los Angeles Times, “Guardians for Profit”
  • Peter Gosselin, Los Angeles Times, “The New Deal”
  • Mike Hudsin and E. Scott Reckard, Los Angeles Times, “Workers say lender ran ‘boiler rooms’”
  • Craig D. Rose and Dean Calbreath, San Diego Tribune, “Addicted to Oil”

B5. SIGNED COMMENTARY

  • Mariel Garza, Los Angeles Daily News, “Blake Trial Feeling More like a B-movie”
  • Robert David Jaffee, Los Angeles Times, “Shedding Stigma of the ‘Psycho’ Straight-Jacket”
  • Ruben Navarrette Jr., San Diego Union-Tribune, “It’s about Ethnic Identity"
  • Bennett Ramberg, Orange County Register, “Stay the Course?”
  • Chris Weinkopf, Los Angeles Daily News, “Prisoner Receives (?) Right to be murdered”

B6. COLUMNIST

  • Mariel Garza, Los Angeles Daily News, Columns
  • Michael Hiltzik, Los Angeles Times, Golden State
  • Steve Lopez, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Downbeat
  • John Powers, LA Weekly, “On” columns
  • Tim Rutten, Los Angeles Times, Regarding Media

B7. EDITORIALS

  • Mary Engel and Dan Turner, Los Angeles Times, “Malaria: The Sting of Death”
  • Robert A. Kittle, San Diego Union-Tribune, “San Diego Time Bomb”
  • Karen Klein, Los Angeles Times, “Learning from New York”
  • Staff of the Los Angeles Daily News, “Invalid Confession”

B8. ENTERTAINMENT REVIEWS/CRITICISM/COLUMN

  • Carina Chocano, Los Angeles Times, Carina Chocano on Film
  • Jonathan Gold, L.A. Weekly, Counter Intelligence
  • Doug Harvey, L.A.Weekly
  • Christopher Hawthorne, Los Angeles Times, Christopher Hawkins on Architecture
  • Ella Taylor, L.A. Weekly

B9. ENTERTAINMENT HARD NEWS

  • Claudia Eller and Sallie Hofmeister, Los Angeles Times, “Viacom In Talks”
  • James and Chris Gaither, Los Angeles Times, “New CEO at Disney”
  • Lorenza Munoz and Sallie Hofmeister, Los Angeles Times, “Adelphia and Porn”
  • Richard Verrier, Claudia Eller, James Bates, Sallie Hofmeister, Meg

B10. ENTERTAINMENT FEATURE

  • Brendan Bernhard, L.A. Weekly, "L’Etranger in a Strange Land: Michel
  • Houellebecq’s Weekend in L.A"
  • Robert David Jaffee, L.A. Weekly, "The Vanishing"
  • Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times, "Explosively Original"

B11. SPORTS

  • Helene Elliott, Los Angeles Times, “NHL on Its Way Back”
  • Drex Heikes, Los Angeles Times, “The Citadel: Tale of an Underdog”
  • Steve Henson and Tim Brown, Los Angeles Times, “DePodesta on the Way Out”
  • David Wharton, Los Angeles Times, “You Think Your job is Tough?”
  • David Wharton and Gary Klein, Los Angeles Times, “Inside USC Football”

B12. SPECIAL SECTION

  • L.A. Times Staff, “The Path Ahead”
  • L.A. Times Staff, The Oscars
  • L.A. Weekly Staff, Best of L.A. 2005
  • L.A. Weekly Staff, “The L.A. Apartment”
  • L.A. Weekly Staff, “What You Can’t See Can Kill You”

B13. HEADLINE

  • Amy Alkon, syndicated columnist, "Oaf Wiedersehen"
  • Steve Eames, Los Angeles Times, "Star Trek Bit Players Cling On"
  • Jillian O’Connor, Los Angeles Daily News, “Ode to Joysticks”
  • Helen Reynolds, Los Angeles Daily News, “The Sound of Silents”
  • Rodney Richey, Los Angeles Daily News, “Rock of Aged”

B14. DESIGN

  • Tom Gapen, Los Angeles Daily News; “Iraq War Dead”
  • Brian Harr, Los Angeles Daily News, “Pope John Paul Memorial Section”
  • Cristina Martinez and Scott LaFee, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Howabunga"

C. DAILY/WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS (Under 100,000 circulation)

C1. HARD NEWS

  • Dan Evans, Los Angeles Daily Journal “Deposition Belies Maid’s Tale”
  • Dan Evans, Los Angeles Daily Journal, “Michael Jackson Beats It: Jury Acquits on all Counts”
  • Doug Irving, Josh Grossberg, David Zahniser, Daily Breeze, “NY-bound jet’s pilot avoids disaster”
  • Marianne Love and Shirley Hsu, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, “All bark and no bite”
  • Claude Walbert, Los Angeles Daily Journal, “Murphy Will Quit as Mayor of San Diego”

C2. NEWS FEATURE

  • Howard Blume, The Jewish Journal, Two Families’ Dreams Were Not Demolished
  • Dan Evans, Daily Journal, “Woman’s 2000 Islamic Burial Provokes Legal Controversy”
  • Melissa Heckscher, Daily Breeze, “Apple Powerbook Guy”
  • Teresa Strasser, The Jewish Journal, “The Evil Stepmother Dies”
  • Claude Walbert, Los Angeles Daily Journal, “Patrol Officer Goes to Dark Side”

C3. INVESTIGATIVE/SERIES

  • Marshall Allen and the Pasadena Star-News, "Turmoil at the Local Red Cross"
  • Cindy Chang, Pasadena Star-News, "Asians in San Gabriel Valley"
  • Chip Jacobs, Los Angeles CityBeat, "Money Train"
  • Jenny Marder, Long Beach Press-Telegram, "The Meth Menace"

C4. BUSINESS

  • Kate Berry, Hilary Potkewitz, Howard Fine, James Nash and Laurence Darmiento, L.A. Business Journal, “CEO’s Under Siege”
  • Laurence Darmiento, L.A. Business Journal, “Philanthropist’s Path”
  • Muhammed El-Hasan, Daily Breeze, “In Front of the 3 Ball”
  • Jason Gewirtz, Long Beach Press-Telegram, “QM Relationship Tangled”
  • Erin Park, Los Angeles Daily Journal, “Coaching Glum Attorneys Out of Their Misery”

C5. SIGNED COMMENTARY

  • Amy Alkon, syndicated columnist
  • John Boston, The Signal
  • Andrew Gumbel, Los Angeles CityBeat
  • Mark Lacter, Los Angeles Business Journal

C6. COLUMNIST

  • Keven Chavez, San Gabriel Valley Tribune
  • Thomas D. Elias, Inland Valley Daily Bulletine, Southern California Focus
  • Claire L. Evans, L.A. Alternative
  • Helene Elliott NOTE: NO NAME OF NEWSPAPER WAS INCLUDED
  • Tom Hennessy, Long Beach Press-Telegram
  • Amy Klein, The Jewish Journal
  • Teresa Strasser, The Jewish Journal

C7. EDITORIALS

  • Larry Allison, Long Beach Press-Telegram, “Honorable Gadflies: In a Leisure World, there is room for more facts about (??)
  • Mike Carroll, Daily Breeze, “Laying Down the Law on (??)
  • Rob Eshman, The Jewish Journal, “Is France Hopeless?”
  • Linda Renaud, Palisadian-Post, “Sending a Message to the Landlord”
  • Steve Scauzillo, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, “No Justice in System”

C8. ENTERTAINMENT REVIEWS/CRITICISM/COLUMN

  • John Boston, The Signal, "Divorce for this ‘Honeymooners’"
  • Andy Klein, Los Angeles CityBeat, "The Blessed, Accursed Hunter"
  • Tom Teicholz, The Jewish Journal, "The Gift of Larry David and Other Chanukah Miracles"

C9. ENTERTAINMENT HARD NEWS

  • N-A

C10. ENTERTAINMENT FEATURE

  • Steve Appleford, Los Angeles CityBeat, The Best of 2 Worlds: System of a Down
  • Allessandra Djurklou, Press Telegram, Playwright Dawson – Her Experiences for ‘Tea’
  • Naomi Pfefferman, Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, : Face of an Angel, Tongue of a Devil
  • Leslie Simmons, Daily Journal – Attorney Doubles as Porn Star
  • Peter Zuckerman, Daily Journal – newspaper, 20 Years Later, Still Capote’s Lawyer

C11. SPORTS

  • Bob Keisser, Long Beach Press-Telegram, “From Coast to Coast”
  • Bob Keisser, Long Beach Press-Telegram, “What Does Science Want”
  • Doug Krikorian, Long Beach Press-Telegram, “A Life on the Ropes”

C12. SPECIAL SECTION

  • Andy Fixmer and staff, Los Angeles Business Journal, “Who Owns Downtown?”
  • L.A. Business Journal Staff, Los Angeles Business Journal, “Wealthiest Angelenos – Doing the Deal”
  • Jim McCormack, Long Beach Press-Telegram, “The Grand Prix Roars into Long beach
  • Pasadena Weekly Staff, Pasadena Weekly, “Fall Arts Preview”
  • Linda Renaud, PalisadianPost Staff, “Real Estate News & Views”

C13. HEADLINE

  • Amy Alkon, syndicated columnist, “Cain, Enabled”
  • Jim Farber, Daily Breeze, “Show Me the Mummy”
  • Shoshana Lewin, Morris Mazur and Adam Wills, The Jewish Journal, “Let My People Merlot”

C14. DESIGN

  • Daniel Kacvinski and Carvin Knowles, The Jewish Journal, “My Iraq”

D. ART/PHOTOGRAPHY

D1. NEWS PHOTO

  • Keith Birmingham, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, "Peaceful Standoff"
  • Carolyne Cole, Los Angeles Times, "Katrina Boy"
  • David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News, "Curious Girl"
  • Brittany Murray, Long Beach Press-Telegram, "A suicidal jumper is saved"
  • Raul Roa, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, "Family Grieves"

D2. FEATURE PHOTO

  • Stephen Carr, Press-Telegram, "Whew!" (plane on fire)
  • Carolyn Cole, LA Times, "Hunting for Drugs"
  • Stephen Georges, Press-Telegram, "Limp Blimp"
  • Leo Hetzel, Press-Telegram, "Snow Meets the Sea"
  • Genaro Molina, LA Times, "Somber Mood"
  • Raul Roa, San Gabriel Valley Tribune "Natural Selection"

D3. SPORTS PHOTO

  • Keith Birmingham, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, "X-Games"
  • Keith Birmingham, Whittier Daily News, "Blocked Shot"
  • Jeff Gritchen, Long Beach Press-Telegram, "Ice Dog Hit"
  • Hans Gutknecht, L.A. Daily News, "Stealing the Ball"
  • Wally Skalij,Los Angeles Times, "Flying Trojans"

D4. EDITORIAL CARTOON

  • Dwayne ‘Mr. Fish’ Booth, LA Weekly, Feb. 18, 2005
  • Dwayne ‘Mr. Fish’ Booth, LA Weekly, Feb. 4, 2005
  • Stephen P. Breen, San Diego Union Tribune, June 24, 2005
  • Steve Greenberg, Jewish Journal of Greater LA, April 1, 2005
  • Patrick O’Connor, LA Daily News, "Undocumented Workers"

D5. PHOTO ESSAY (single topic)

  • Howard Blume, Jewish Journal of Greater LA, "Tsunami"
  • Carolyn Cole/Robert Gauthier, LA Times, "Katrina"
  • David Crane, LA Daily News, "Mexico"
  • Leo Hetzel, Press Telegram, "Homeless"
  • Genaro Molina, LA Times, "Papal Funeral"
  • Francine Orr, LA Times, "Uganda"

E. TELEVISION

E1. REGULARLY SCHEDULE NEWSCAST (35 minutes or less)

  • KCBS News Team, CBS 2 News at 11

E2. REGULARLY SCHEDULE NEWSCAST (over 35 minutes)

  • KCAL 9 News Team, “KCAL 9 News at Ten”
  • KCBS News Team, CBS 2 News at 5
  • KTLA’s News Team, KTLA Prime News
  • KTLA’s Morning News Team, Morning News

E3. BREAKING NEWS

  • CBS2/KCAL9 News Team, “La Conchita Landslide”
  • KTLA’s News Team, “Train Crash”

E4. FEATURE

  • Chris Blatchford, KTTV, “Stanley “Tookie” Williams”
  • Ana Garcia, KNBC 4, “Mennonite Mob”
  • Jorge Mettey, Univision 34, “15% of the US”
  • Angela Shelley, California Connected, “Kids for Real”
  • Susan Haag, Hal Fishman, KTLA, “Mexican Fighter Squadron 201”

E5. INVESTIGATIVE/SERIES

  • Chris Blatchford, KTTV, “Biggie Smalls”
  • David Goldstein, KCBS/KCAL "Danger in The Rearview Mirror"
  • David Goldstein, KCBS/KCAL "Bad Santa"
  • Ana Garcia, KNBC, “Tow Truck Pirates”
  • Jorge Mettey, Univision 34, “And…Was it Worth it?”
  • Lynette Romero, KTLA, “Falsely Accused, Wrongly Convicted”

E6. SPORTS

  • Damon Andrews and Ted Green, KTLA, “Famous Father’s Sons”

E7. ENTERTAINMENT NEWS OR FEATURE

  • N/A

E8. TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS

  • Laura Diaz, Paul Magers, Stacey Geib, Don Damrath, CBS2 "Studio 2"
  • Marley Klaus, Lisa McRee, California Connected, “California Connected”
  • Jeff Wald, Marcia Brandwynne, Bryan Hileman, Cher Calvin, Janet Choi, Leila Feinstein KTLA, “Access Asia, Inside LA”
  • Adam Wilkenfeld, CWK Network, “Sticks and Stones”
  • Adam Wilkenfeld, CWK Network, “Against All Odds”

E9. DOCUMENTARIES

  • Marley Klaus, Lisa McRee, Simone Shah and Michael Bloecher, California Connected, “New Horizons”
  • Jeff Wald, Marcia Brandwynne, Scott Aulerich, Michaela Pereira, Leila Feinstein, Janet Choi, Bill Smith and Jay Wilson, KTLA, “Gangs of L.A.”

F. RADIO

F1. NEWSCAST

  • KNX 1070, "Southern California’s Morning News" (11/10/05)
  • KCSN 88.5 FM, “10/27/05”

F2.BREAKING NEWS

  • KNX News Staff, KNX, “Metrolink Crash”
  • Lance Orozco, John Palminteri, KCLU-FM, "La Conchita Slide"
  • John Rabe and Frank Stoltze, 89.3 KPCC, "Train Eyewitnesses"

F3. FEATURE

  • Ben Adair, Ayala Ben-Yehuda, 89.3 KPCC, “Voice-over Actor”
  • Rachael Myrow, 89.3 KPCC, "Illegal Employers"
  • Lance Orozco, KCLU, “Hiroshima Survivor”
  • Frank Stoltze, 89.3 KPCC, “Criminal Immigrants”
  • Sarah Spitz, KCRW, “Tim Hawkinson: Creating Art with Moving Parts”

F4. INVESTIGATIVE/SERIES

  • KPCC News Department, “Illegal Immigrants: Benefit or Burden?”
  • Michael Linder, KNX 1970, "Ibogaine - Drug Series"
  • Rachael Myrow, 89.3 KPCC, "Surf n’ Turf: Port Issues Series"
  • John North, KNX 1070, "The Rush to Ruin: Profile of a Compulsive Gambler"
  • Rob Schmitz, 89.3 KPCC, "China Trade Mission"

F5. ENTERTAINMENT REPORTING/CRITICISM

  • Ben Adair, 89.3 KPCC, “Sam Stern”
  • Michael Jackson – KNX CBS Radio, “Jamie and Ray”
  • Joe Morgenstern, KCRW FM, “Film Reviews: Best of 2005”
  • Anthea Raymond and Loretta Williams, NPR Los Angeles, “TV, Film Productions Lured Back to the United States”
  • The Satellite Sisters, – KABC, "Entertaining Shelia"

F6. SPORTS

  • Ann Beebe, KMPC-1540, “USC Football: Right Here, Right Now”
  • Steven Cuevas, 89.3 KPCC, “Little League”
  • Steve Grad, KNX 1070, “Steve Grad Sports”
  • Diana Nyad, KCRW, “The Score: Bonds Could Save Baseball”
  • Lance Orozco, KCLU-FM, “Cowboys Camp”

F7. USE OF SOUND

  • Queena Kim and Laura Belous, 89.3 KPCC, “Water on the Border”
  • Jordan Davis, 89.3 KPCC, “Olvera Street Posadas”
  • John Rabe, 89.3 KPCC, “Counting Crows”
  • Ilsa Setziol, 89.3 KPCC, “Arroyo Toad”
  • Sarah Spitz, KCRW, “Tim Hawkinson: Creating Art with Moving Parts”

F8. TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS

  • The Tavis Smiley Show, PRI, “The Tavis Smiley Show: Stanley “Tookie” Williams”
  • Warren Olney, Karen Radziner, Ileana Justus , KCRW, “Which Way L.A.? Commuter Railroad Disaster”
  • Warren Olney, Karen Radziner, Jonah King , KCRW, “Which Way L.A.? Schwarzenegger Goes back to College”
  • Barbara Osborn and Howard Blume, KPFK, “Deadline L.A.: Mayoral Race”
  • Jim Rondeau, KCLU, “Crosstalk: The Future of Social Security”

F9. DOCUMENTARIES

  • Ben Adair, Queena Kim, Ayala Ben-Yehuda, 89.3 KPCC, “Fear”
  • Ann Beebe, KMPC-1540 AM, “USC Football, Right Here, Right Now”
  • Ronnie Bradford and Dave Zorn, KNX 1070, “40 Years from Vietnam”
  • Jon Kalish and Sarah Spitz, KCRW, “Rabbi Abulafia’s Boxed Set”
  • Lance Orozco, KCLU-FM, “The World at War”

F10. NEWS BUREAU

  • The Tavis Smiley Show, PRI, “Tavis Smiley Show: Stanley ‘Tookie’ Williams”
  • Warren Olney, Andrea Brody, Karen Radziner, KCRW, “To the Point: Israel Out of Gaza”
  • Warren Olney, Katie Cooper, Karen Radziner, KCRW, “To the Point: Katrina Evacuees”
  • Warren Olney, Karen Radziner, Sharon Rembaum, Katie Cooper, Christian Bordal, Jonah King, KCRW, “To the Point: London Bombings”

G. MAGAZINES

G1. NEWS/INVESTIGATIVE

  • Vickie Bane, People Magazine, “How They Got Scott”
  • David Evans, Michael Smith and Liz Willen, Bloomberg News, “Big Pharma’s Shameful Secret”
  • Theresa Marie Moreau, New Oxford Review, “Justice Is Done”

G2. FEATURE/COMMENTARY

  • Nelson Handel, The Walrus, "Frontiers of Flavour"
  • Oliver Jones and Cathy Free, People Magazine, “Castaways"
  • Theresa Marie Moreau, New Oxford Review, "Justice is Done: Paul Shanley, Pervert Priest"
  • Maia Szalavitz, Reason magazine, "In Defense of Happy Pills"
  • Vicki Sheff-Cahan with Johnny Dodd, People Magazine, "A Place to Say Goodbye"

G3. ENTERTAINMENT NEWS OR FEATURE

  • John Boston, Santa Clarita Valley Living, Santa Clarita Wood Columns
  • Matt Welch; Nick Gillespie, Reason Magazine, Exploring the Cultural Impact of Free Agency in Sports
  • Joe Woodward, Poets and Writers Magazine, Career Profile of Bret Easton Ellis

G4. ENTERTAINMENT NEWS OR FEATURE

  • Nelson Handel, Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, "Misleading Man"
  • Nelson Handel, Fade In, “Under the Gun”
  • Lyndon Stambler, Emmy magazine, “Gray Matters”
  • Lyndon Stambler, Emmy magazine, “Delicate Balance”
  • Frank Swertlow, Champ Clark et al; People Weekly, “Johnny Carson”

G5. IN HOUSE OR CORPORATE PUBLICATION

  • Jim Perry, Los Angeles Fire Fighter

G6. DESIGN

  • Gary King, Venice Paper, “August 2005”

H. NEWS BUREAUS AND CORRESPONDENTS

H1. BREAKING NEWS

  • Scott Gold, Los Angeles Times, “Katrina and the Aftermath”
  • Ken Lee, Karen Emmons and Courtney Rubin, People Weekly, “New Heroes, New Hope”

H2. INVESTIGATIVE/SERIES

  • David Evans, Michael Smith and Liz Willen, Bloomberg News, “Big Pharma’s Shameful Secret”
  • Oliver Jones and Cathy Free, People Magazine, “Castaways”

H3. ENTERTAINMENT NEWS OR FEATURE

  • Champ Clark, People Weekly, “The Originals”
  • Lyndon Stambler, Emmy Magazine, “Risk and Reward”
  • Tom Cunneff, People Weekly, “The Greatest Gift”
  • Elizabeth Leonard, Julie Jordan, People Weekly, “Sexiest Man Alive”

I. ONLINE

I1. ONLINE NEWS STORY, FEATURE, SERIES OR PACKAGE

  • Jon Gerung, Los Angeles Daily News, 50th Anniversary interactive of James Dean’s Death
  • Gregory Allen Gross, Debbi Farr Baker, Karen Kucher, Tom Mallory , The San Diego Union-Tribune, 2 reports on Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham

I2. ONLINE COLUMN/COMMENTARY/CRITICISM

  • Ronald Bailey , Reason Magazine, Creation Summer Camp
  • Nick Gillespie, Reason Magazine, Steven Vincent, RIP
  • Bennet G. Kelley, DemocraticUnderground.com, Right-Wing Fantasies and Iraq, Faith-Based Déjà vu, Cindy Sheehan and the Silent Majority, The Republican’s Gathering Storm

I3. DESIGN AND LAYOUT

  • Martha Hernandez, Variety.com, Variety.com
  • Christine Palma, : KXLU Los Angeles 89.9 fm, EchoInTheSense.com
  • Clare Sup, Los Angeles Times, TheEnvelope.com
  • Clare Sup, : Los Angeles Times, LATimes.com
  • J. Craig Williams, : Independent, MayItPleaseTheCourt.com

I4. ONLINE SPORTS NEWS/FEATURE/COMMENTARY

I5. ONLINE ENTERTAINNMENT/NEWS/FEATURE/COMMENTARY

  • Steve Pond, Los Angeles Times, Steve Pond Backstage Confidential

I6. WEBLOG, INDIVIDUAL

  • Andrew and Brian Kamenetzky, : LA Times, LakersBlog
  • Luke Y. Thompson, Independent , LYTrules.com
  • J. Craig Williams, Independent, MayItPleaseTheCourt.com

I7. WEBLOG, GROUP

  • Tim Cavanaugh/Reason: Hit and Run, Reason Magazine, Reason Magazine: Hit and Run
  • LOSANJEALOUS , : Independent , LosAnjealous.com
  • Mack Reed/LAVoice.org , Independent , LAVoice.org

I8. WEBSITE, ONLINE-ONLY

  • Christine Palma , KXLU Los Angeles 88.9fm , EchoInTheSense.com
  • Ben Sullivan, ScienceBlog.com, ScienceBlog.com

I9. WEBSITE, NEWS ORGANIZATION

  • Tim Cavanaugh, : Reason Magazine, Reason Online
  • CBS2 / KCAL 9 Web Team, KCBS TV / KCAL TV, CBS2.com
  • Joel Sappell , LA Times, LATimes.com
  • Variety.com Staff, Variety , Variety.com

J. INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM

J1. HARD NEWS

  • David Willis, Mark Orchard and Andrew Clark, BBC, Los Angeles bureau "Hurricane Katrina"

J2. NEWS FEATURE

  • Helena Groll, Swedish Broadcasting, Marines Train in L.A.
  • Michael O’Sullivan, Voice of America, Camp Wellstone
  • Michael O’Sullivan, Voice of America, Immigrant Education

J3. ENTERTAINMENT NEWS OR FEATURE

  • Claes Andreasson, Swedish National Public Radio, Wilhem and Wolly
  • Tom Tugend, : Jerusalem Post (Israel), Reporter hunts for the “Jewish Angle” at press junket for “The Producers”
  • David Willis , BBC-Los Angeles Bureau, Controversy in Middle America Stirred by the so-called Gay Cowboy Film “Brokeback Mountain”

J4. COLUMN

  • N/A