Pitchfork is proud to announce that we’ve got been nominated for the Basic Excellence, Particular Curiosity, award by the American Society of Journal Editors as a part of the 2023 Nationwide Journal Awards. The winners might be introduced throughout a ceremony on March 28.
The group’s description of the award is as follows: “This award honors print, digital and multiplatform publications for editorial excellence and viewers engagement. The award additionally acknowledges the significance of editorially pushed model extensions, together with conferences and occasions. Judges will consider entries primarily based on the achievement of editorial and visible superiority in print, on-line and in particular person; the cross-platform integration of print, digital and experiential content material; and the editors’ success in serving the pursuits of their readers. Digital-only and cross-platform entries will even be evaluated primarily based on the excellent use of digital applied sciences and the general high quality of the cellular expertise.”
The Nationwide Journal Awards have been established in 1966 to honor print (and now, digital) publications that “persistently exhibit superior execution of editorial aims, revolutionary methods, noteworthy journalistic enterprise and imaginative artwork path.” The awards are sponsored by ASME in affiliation with the Columbia College Graduate College of Journalism and are administered by ASME.
Pitchfork beforehand obtained Nationwide Journal Award nominations in 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020. In 2013, Pitchfork received the Nationwide Journal Award for Basic Excellence in Digital Media. Pitchfork Affiliate Editor Cat Zhang was chosen as a 2022 ASME Subsequent Award honoree.