Print, broadcast and digital journalists can compete for an award.
The Meyer "Mike" Berger Award, administered by Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, recognizes reporters for an outstanding example of in-depth, human interest reporting.
Entries must have been published in the United States in 2017. In the case of an ongoing story, work that appeared in January 2018 will be accepted. Journalists who report in a foreign language must submit copies of original stories with an English translation.
The winner will receive a US$1,500 prize at the School’s Journalism Day ceremony in May.
The deadline is March 2.
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