First Place: Colts at Franklin College
Joel Philippsen, Columbus Republic
This presentation composed it’s images well and audio over those images. Not
too much talking heads.
Second Place: Land Grab
Sam Riche, Indianapolis Star
This story looked at both sides of the story and used informational graphics
to show the viewer where the roads would be going and what the buildings
will look like if the project is completed.
Third Place: 61 Years of Caring
Matt Detrich, Indianapolis Star
This presentation had great images and audio but both needed an edit. We
felt it was too long and that pushed it down to third place.
Safe Families for Children finds mentoring families to take children temporarily, without the formalities and potential legal battles of foster care.
Columbus Components Group announced a large amount of layoffs in April. The company has a controversial record. Company officials have declined to comment to the media.
Colts at Franklin College
The Indianapolis Colts held a practice open to fans at Franklin College.
The flood. One year later.
Columbus Indiana suffered a large flood that devastated several areas of the city. One year later the community shows signs of recovery but some areas remain destroyed by the flood.
National Day of Prayer
The National Day of Prayer ceremony was held at City Market Plaza in downtown Indianapolis on May 7, 2009 bringing hundreds of people together throughout the city for one common cause.
61 Years of Caring
For the past 61 years, local musician Goerge Nicoloff has spent his days in an IPS music shop, tending to and restoring instruments on which hundreds of thousands of children have learned music.
50 Jobs, 50 States, 50 Weeks
USC grad Daniel Seddiqui spent a week working with a pit crew at Panther Racing in Indianapolis as part of his experiment of “50 jobs in 50 states over 50 weeks” challenge.
Jeff VanParis was diagnosed in 2005 with breast cancer. About 2 percent of breast cancer cases occur in men nation-wide. VanParis received treatment and is currently cancer free.
A dispute over imminent domain rights for property around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has both sides making their case for the future of the city of Speedway in Indianapolis.
Supporters of legislation that would crack down on Indiana’s puppy mills rallied on the East steps of the Indiana Statehouse.