Web Producer, Need to Know , PBS
2011 - Environmental Reporting
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette receives $10,000 and the Edward J. Meeman Award for “Pipeline,” a news website led by Erich Schwartzel and Elisabeth Ponsot that is dedicated to explaining the economic, environmental and political effects of the natural gas industry's Marcellus Shale drilling.
2011 - Best Specialty Site
The judges called Pipeline an "innovative partnership on a very important story" and "a hard and an admirable journalistic endeavor." The Online Journalism Awards is the most important online journalism competition in the nation, and was presented before 1,200 digital news practitioners at the annual convention.
pbs.org — While the number of illegal crossings at the border has plummeted dramatically - roughly half the number than during peak years - just as many people are dying. Meaning for those coming into the country illegally, it is now more deadly, more lethal, than at any time in recent U.S.
pbs.org — By: Justin Scuiletti The Watergate hearings began on May 17, 1973. Public Television aired all 250 hours of testimony that summer. Here are some of the highlights. Video edited by Justin Scuiletti The Watergate scandal began with a burglary in June 1972 and ended with a president's resignation in August 1974.
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