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Pulitzer Board Adds Giant Pumpkin Category

NEWS IN BRIEF
NEW YORK—The Pulitzer Prize Board announced Friday that it was expanding the scope of its prestigious journalism and arts awards with the introduction of a new Giant Pumpkin category.

Tireless, Hardworking Reporter Has Already Won Greatest Prize Of All

'The Love And Respect Of My Family And Community,' Esteemed Journalist Says

NEWS
NEW YORK—Reflecting on a life and career in which he has so far not received any prestigious journalism awards, hardworking reporter Peter Chaykin announced this week that he has already gain...

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GRAPHICAL FEATURE
An unforgettable piece of photo-journalism from The Onion that competing media organizations will certainly be unable to surpass this year.

Kerry Begins Newspaper Hearings

INFOGRAPHIC
In light of recent newspaper closures, Sen. John Kerry is holding hearings this week about the struggling print journalism industry. Here are...

The Media: Are They Ganging Up On A-Rod?

SPORTS NEWS IN BRIEF
NEW YORK—The Columbia Sports Journalism Review has released the results of a study initiated in mid-August to investigate whether an...

Odds 'N' Ends

COMMENTARY
Your old pal Jean has never claimed to be an expert on journalism, but there's one thing I do know: When you write a newspaper column, you have to pour your heart out. You loyal Jeanketeers out the...

Wacky Morning DJ Faces Crisis Of Journalistic Ethics

NEWS
OAK PARK, IL—Controversy embroiled Oak Park's Q102 FM Morning Zoo Tuesday, when wacky morning DJ "Madman" Mike Antony claimed that a proposed on-location promotional broadcast at the Bob Adler Chr...

The Onion's 1996 Man Of The Year

NEWS
Ever since Onion publisher T. Herman Zweibel was first awarded the honor in 1921, The Onion's Man Of The Year has ranked among the most prestigious and time-honored traditions in journalism. Though...

Drop Dead, Every Last One of You!

COMMENTARY
I've been a newspaperman all my life. Printer's ink flows through my veins! As my nurse reads me this commemorative "best of" issue of the great Onion news gazette, tears gush from my eyes. Do you ...