At the conclusion of three very long days of judging at Syracuse University (the 22nd time it was hosted here), the Best of News Design™ print competition is now complete. A total of 10,515 entries were submitted this year in categories 2-19, resulting in 831 award winners. They were reviewed and selected by a panel of 21 U.S. and international judges. What follows is an UNOFFICIAL break-down of the winners. (The database of winners still needs to be reviewed, proofed and finalized in the coming days. It will be posted officially on www.SND.org as soon as possible).
Many people started out the night insisting that they would not sing. By the time things wrapped up, most of them had succumbed to the coaxing of the crowd. As the last seconds of the Super Bowl ticked away, SND Karaoke Night kicked off to raise money for the SND Foundation. We collected $2,344 in donations with about $1,700 more in pledges.
You can donate through PayPal and help fund a new paid internship for a student and a publication or website.
Over the years we’ve seen some interesting composited posters — entries made up of many pages, that together form a larger whole. They’ve taken many shapes — long horizontals, illustrated life-size Michael Jordans (circa 1998), and even a 60-piece hand-drawn installment project from China chronicling the 60 years leading up to last year’s anniversary (2010 […]
Don’t miss the live blogging and streaming video of three three sessions by Steve Cavendish, Tim Parks, Denise M. Reagan and Andrea Zagata.
The program will feature four professional speakers and will be live blogged and video streamed courtesy of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
SND asked people to show off their sick Photoshop skills. And now three celebrity judges have chosen the winners.
Kirk Montgomery, Albert Lee and Troy Oxford show their Photoshop wizardry and share the inspirations that netted them fame and glory in the competition.
This year 10 students will receive free student registration and $500 toward travel and hotel expenses.
A panel of seven SND leaders selected Wei for the $2,000 award based on her thoughtful answers to two essay questions, the quality of her portfolio, her professor’s recommendation and her strong grade point average.