Renaissance Publishing Wins Big at the Press Club of New Orleans Awards

Renaissance Publishing, the company that produces New Orleans Magazine, St. Charles Avenue, MyNewOrleans.com and more, had a successful night at the 55th Excellence in Journalism Press Club Awards, hosted by the Press Club of New Orleans. The ceremony took place Saturday, July 20, 2013; Renaissance Publishing won seven first place awards, five second place awards and three third place awards, plus a special recognition award.

 

First Place Winners:

(Listed Alphabetically)
 
Eve Kidd Crawford – FEATURE AFFILIATED BLOG
Joie D’Eve blog
 
Jennifer Hronek, Sarah Ravits – PUBLIC RELATIONS BROCHURE
New Orleans Opera

Errol Laborde – EDITORIAL PRINT
Speakin’ Out
 
Errol Laborde – NEWS AFFILIATED BLOG
The Editor’s Room blog
 
Mike Luckovich – CARTOON
Speakin’ Out cartoon
 
Morgan Packard – SPECIAL SECTION PRINT
People to Watch

Tiffani Reding – PUBLIC RELATIONS LAYOUT DESIGN
The Roosevelt Review

 

Second Place Winners:

Haley Adams – FEATURE AFFILIATED BLOG
Nola Newbie blog

Eve Kidd Crawford – HEADLINES
In A Lather

Eric Gernhauser – LAYOUT/DEIGN- PRIN
Best Pizzas

Jennifer Hornek, Sarah Ravits – PUBLIC RELATIONS BROCHURE
Port Record

Allen Johnson – GENERAL NEWS PRINT
Crime Fighting Column – Sal Perricone’s Next Chapter

 

Third Place Winners:

Jennifer Hronek – PUBLIC RELATIONS LAYOUT/DESIGN
Jazz Fest Program

Jennifer Hronek, Sarah Ravits – PUBLIC RELATIONS ANNUAL REPORT
Port Log

Mike Luckovich – CARTOON
Speakin’ Out Cartoon – (Won first and third in this category)

 

Special Recognition

The Ashton Phelps Award
Errol Laborde
Given for First Place in Editorial Writing

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Renaissance Publishing Wins Big at Press Club Awards

The company won eight first place awards and multiple second and third place awards at the Press Club of New Orleans' Excellence in Journalism Awards.

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