National Press Club Joan M. Friedenberg Online Journalism Award.Won the prestigious National Press Club Award for Haiti Earthquake coverage.
2009National Press Club Joan M. Friedenberg Online Journalism Award. Won the prestigious National Press Club Award for "The Elkhart Project."
The National Academies Keck Futures Initiative. Science Editor Alan Boyle honored in the Online category for his column Cosmic Log, which covers space, science and other cosmic fields.
Seattle Business Monthly’s Best Places to Work. Named one of Seattle Business Monthly’s Best Places to Work for msnbc.com’s unique culture and generous perks and benefits.
Editor & Publisher EPpy Award, Innovative FirstPerson citizen journalism tool was recognized as the Best Community News Web Site.
Online News Association, Online Journalism Award for General Excellence. Msnbc.com received the prestigious award that “honors a Web site that successfully fulfills its editorial mission, effectively serves its audience, maximizes the use of the Web’s characteristics and represents the highest journalistic standards”.
Online News Association, Best Use of Multiple Media. Msnbc.com was awarded for the ground-breaking “Rising From Ruin” special editorial project.
National Press Club, Best Journalism Site. Msnbc.com was awarded for the best use of the online media to educate and inform the public, for its coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
Society of American Business Editors and Writers, Best in Business Award. Msnbc.com’s Martin Wolk was recognized in the real-time media category for his column, “Eye on the Economy.”
David F. Woods Memorial Award. This award was presented to msnbc.com’s Mike Brunker for the best Preakness story, the first year this distinction has been given to an online writer.
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ Inaugural M.O.R.E. Award. Msnbc.com’s Jacqueline Stenson was honored for her article “Keeping Kids in the Game,” a media effort that furthered public understanding of musculoskeletal health-related issues and encouraged healthy behaviors in the care of bones and joints.
National Press Club, Best Journalism Site. Msnbc.com won for the second year in a row for the best use of the online media to educate and inform the public.
EPpy, Best Overall Network TV/Cable Affiliated Internet Service. Msnbc.com was recognized by Editor & Publisher for the best site associated with a network or cable television partner.
EPpy, Best Special Feature in an Internet Service (Over 1 Million). Msnbc.com was recognized by Editor & Publisher for excellence with “Big Picture: Race in America”.
Society for News Design, Best of New Media. Msnbc.com was recognized as the winner for Big Picture: The Academy Awards.
Society of News Design Awards. Msnbc.com received multipleAwards of Excellence for “The Big Picture: Academy Awards,” “Olympics of Tomorrow,” and “Campaign Adviser.”
Edward R. Murrow Award. Msnbc.com was recognized as best site affiliated with a radio or television news organization.
National Press Club, Best Journalism Site. Msnbc.com was honored forbest use of the online media to educate and inform the public.
University of Missouri, Pictures of the Year International. Msnbc.com won in the Multimedia/Story and Essay category for “Aging in America.”
Carnegie Mellon University’s First Cybersecurity Journalism Awards. Msnbc.com’s Brock Meeks was recognized for excellence in the journalistic coverage of cyber security topics including computer viruses, privacy, electronic surveillance, homeland security and profiling.
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Carnegie Mellon University’s Cybersecurity Journalism Awards. In this award’s inaugural year, Bob Sullivan and Alan Boyle were recognized for excellence in the journalistic coverage of cyber security topics including computer viruses, privacy, electronic surveillance, homeland security and profiling.
The Batten Award for Innovations in Journalism. Msnbc.com was recognized for “The Big Picture” series .
Association for Women in Communications, Clarion Award in Online Journalism. Msnbc.com and Dateline NBC were honored in the Special Feature Section category for the Web package “And Justice for All?”
Editor & Publisher EPpy Award. Msnbc.com was recognized for Best Use of Rich Media in an Internet Service.
AAAS Science Journalism Foundation. Alan Boyle was honored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for dedication and commitment to furthering the scientific enterprise
National Press Foundation. Msnbc.com was the first place winner for “Excellence in Online Journalism”.
Online Journalism Awards Presented By The Online News Association & Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. Msnbc.com was recognized for “Creative Use of the Medium”
Editor & Publisher EPpy Award. Msnbc.com was honored for Best Use of Rich Media in an Internet Service.
RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award. Msnbc.com was recognized as “Best Web Site,” for outstanding achievement in electronic journalism.
National Press Club. Msnbc.com won the Online Journalism Award for Best Site for “Aging in America” series.
Association for Women in Communications Clarion Award. Msnbc.com was recognized for Best Website and Online Journalism: Special News Section for “Does the IRS Owe You Money?”
Society of Professional Designers. “Aging in America” series was honored for Best Use of the Web, Best Feature Picture Story and Best Picture Story.
Pictures of the Year Award. Brian Storm won the Award of Excellence for “America at War”.
National Press Photographer’s Association. Msnbc.com was recognized forBest Use of the Web, Best Picture Story and Best Feature Picture Story for “Aging in America”; Best Event Package for “Attack on America”.
Society of Environmental Journalists. Francesca Lymna, msnbc.com environmental health columnist, was awarded best online environmental journalism for Health section “Your Environment”.
The American Philosophical Association’s Centennial Prize. Breaking Bioethics columnist Art Caplan was awarded for Best Op-ed Article for “Paying for Organs for Transplantation,” January 25, 2002.
Association for Women in Communications Clarion Award. Msnbc.com and Dateline NBC won in the“Online Journalism: Special Feature Section” category for the Web package, “Breaking Away: Out of Public Housing.”
South Asian Journalists Association. Deepali Srivastava was honored for outstanding story on South Asia New Media for “Bhopal: 15 Years Later”.
Columbia Graduate School of Journalism Online Journalism Awards. Msnbc.comwashonored for excellence in Internet journalism.
Editor & Publisher EPpy Award. Msnbc.com was recognized as Best Overall non-U.S. Newspaper Online Service (1999-2000).
Society of Professional Journalists Sigma Delta Chi Awards. Msnbc.com was honoredfor Excellence in Journalism, Non-Deadline Reporting “China: The Revolution at 50” (1999-2000).
International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences Webby Award. Msnbc.com won in the “Best TV Site” (1999-2000) category.
Council of Genealogy Columnists’ Excellence in Writing Competition. Two-part series by msnbc.com Science Editor Alan Boyle on online genealogical searches was honored as part of NBC News’ “Exploring Our Roots” package (1999-2000).
University of Florida College of Journalism & Communications Lowell Thomas Award. Msnbc.com was honored for Best Travel Book: The Lost River and Best Internet Travel Article: “Adventure Travel as Aphrodisiac.”
Society of Publications Designers Pub35 Design Competition. Msnbc.com’s Space Gallery won in the “Online Design: Section or Feature” category.