DNAinfo.com New York Wins Top Awards at 2013 IPPIES Journalism Competition

  DNAinfo.com New York Wins Top Awards at 2013 IPPIES Journalism Competition

DNAinfo.com team recognized for its coverage of Bronx education, a child's
funeral in Brownsville, and the NYPD's Stop and Frisk policy

PR Newswire

NEW YORK, April 3, 2013

NEW YORK, April 3, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --DNAinfo.com New York
congratulates Patrick Wall, Bronx reporter; Joseph Tabacca, photographer; Jill
Colvin, city hall reporter and Murray Weiss, criminal justice editor, for
winning prizes at the 2013 IPPIES Awards given by the CUNY Graduate School of
Journalism.

Specifically, Patrick Wall won "best article on a social issue" for his story
titled "Bronx High School Students Go Entire Semester Without Math or English"
which resulted in a change to the school's curriculum. Joseph Tabacca won
"best photograph" for covering the funeral of 13-year-old Ronald Wallace, a
Brownsville boy who was shot in August 2012.

In addition, Jill Colvin and Murray Weiss were recognized in the "best
investigative feature" category for their article, "Port Authority is Top Stop
and Frisk Hotspot Regardless of Race" which provided a breakdown of Stop and
Frisk locations by neighborhood and race.

"We're thrilled that our reporting team was recognized by the IPPIES in
multiple categories this year," said Michael P. Ventura, managing editor of
DNAinfo.com New York. "As New York City's neighborhood news source, we cover
community news from all five boroughs, and we're pleased to be recognized for
our hard work."

The IPPIES Awards are sponsored by the Center for Community and Ethnic Media
at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. The New York-area competition
recognizes excellence amongst journalists, photographers, graphic artists,
editors, and publishers from the community media.

About DNAinfo.com New York
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come from entrepreneur and Ameritrade (AMTD) founder Joe Ricketts.

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