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ÑH competition expands to Latin America

The ÑH competition, the most prestigious newspaper competition in Spain and Portugal, is expanding in 2016 to Latin America, becoming an intercontinental affair. With this change the ÑH expects to become bigger and stronger than ever.

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Seeking nominations: 2017 officer elections

The Society for News Design is seeking nominations for the office of Secretary/Treasurer for 2017. This is an open-ballot position: anyone who is nominated, meets the requirements of the position and chooses to run will appear on the ballot.

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Volunteer to assist at SND38 in St. Petersburg

Volunteer as a facilitator assisting with SND38 in February at the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Coliseum.

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Muhammad Ali: How We Covered His Death

A collection of pages and other work from around the world off of the passing of boxing legend Muhammad Ali.

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Best of Sports Design 2015: The Winners

  The headline is: Best of Sports Design has a new home. You can find all of this year’s winners at snd.org/bosd. The results are in, the winners have been selected, and you can see them all now. Vote your your favorite and in mid-June we will reveal those winners. Visit the 2015 hub here. […]

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SND Appoints Paige Connor and Lena Groeger to Board

Sara Quinn, president of The Society for News Design, announced the appointment of two new board members at the organization’s annual board meeting in San Francisco. Paige Connor, a UX/UI Visual Designer for Bloomberg BNA based in Washington, D.C., joins with a focus on growing and supporting membership. Lena Groeger, an investigative journalist and developer at ProPublica […]

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SND Digital: Marshall Project, Quartz judged World’s Best

The Society for News Design announced two World’s Best-Designed™ news websites, Marshall Project and Quartz on Saturday at the #SNDSF closing gala.

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Best of News Design: SND37 World’s Best and Beyond

The Society for News Design announced two World’s Best-Designed™ newspapers, Die Ziet and The National Post, on Saturday at the #SNDSF closing gala.

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Rob Covey receives SND’s Lifetime Achievement award

The Society for News Design awarded Rob Covey its Lifetime Achievement Award on Saturday at the #SNDSF closing gala.

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Friends and colleagues sing the praises of Rob Covey

The Society for News Design awarded Rob Covey its Lifetime Achievement Award on Saturday at the #SNDSF closing gala. Here are highlights of what those who know Covey had to say.

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The Best of News Design 36 for iPad and iPhone

For the first time, the Society for News Design has released a digital version of The Best of News Design annual book for iPad and iPhone. Created by Douglas Okasaki, SND vice-president, the ebook is a completely new experience.

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Best of Sports Design 2015: Call for Entries

The call for entries for the 2015 edition of the Best of Sports Design. Entry deadline is March 14, 2016.

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SND37: Best in Show + Competition Summary

The New York Times on Monday earned Best in Show at the SND Creative Competition, for its combination print/digital presentation of “The Displaced,” a series of stories highlighting the plight of refugee children around the globe. The package offered striking use of photography in print, and an immersive virtual reality experience. This marks the third […]

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The SND37 student workshop: Live-streamed, archived, fabulous!

If you cannot join us in person for the SND37 student workshop, you can find live streaming right here at snd.org.

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SND37: Syracuse For First-Timers

For all those descending on the Best of News Design judging for the first time, or who may need a refresher, everything you need is here.

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SNDF Karaoke Night Returns At SND37!

It’s time to talk music. Very bad music, performed by your industry colleagues. The long and short of this is, a year ago, at SND36, the SND Foundation Karaoke Night raised $4,850 — more than double its previous judging record. We cannot revert to old ways after a year like that. Whether you’re attending or following […]

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