Publication staff were recognized Thursday during the North Carolina Press Association’s annual convention in Raleigh.
We’re making some changes around here, improvements needed for more flexibility and responsiveness in delivering the news of the North Carolina coast that you have come to expect and trust, along with a nod to our past.
The North Carolina Press Association recognized Coastal Review Online Friday with nine awards, including four first-place honors.
Coastal Review Online received 12 awards, including seven first-place honors, for news coverage published in 2019 during the annual North Carolina Press Association banquet Thursday in Raleigh.
The Pulitzer Center has awarded a grant to Coastal Review Online for a series of reports on climate research and obstacles to addressing climate changes affecting coastal N.C. residents.
Coastal Review Online won 26 awards, including a first-place award for general excellence, Thursday from the North Carolina Press Association for news coverage during 2018.
Coastal Review Online won 12 awards Thursday from the North Carolina Press Association for news coverage during 2017.
Coastal Review Online was recognized Thursday with 14 awards for its coverage of coastal North Carolina environmental news from the N.C. Press Association.
Mark Hibbs takes over as editor of Coastal Review Online as our founding editor, Frank Tursi, prepares to retire after almost four decades in journalism.
The N.C. League of Conservation Voters will present next week its annual awards for environmental advocacy and recognize Coastal Review Online Editor Frank Tursi with its Catalyst Award.
Coastal Review Online was recognized last night for its environmental journalism during 2015, taking 22 awards during the N.C. Press Association’s annual awards ceremony in Chapel Hill.
A fisherman, a realtor and a former senator are among the 15 recipients of this year’s awards, which honor exemplary efforts to preserve and protect the coastal environment.
Coastal Review Online, the N.C. Coastal Federation’s online news service, is now a member of the N.C. Press Association. The board of the state’s only professional journalism trade organization accepted the federation’s membership application two weeks ago.