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DENVER – Two Houston Chronicle journalists were recognized for their work at the National Association of Real Estate Editor’s annual conference.
A panel of judges from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University selected winners of the 67th Annual Journalism Awards. The awards, announced June 16, recognize excellence in reporting, writing and editing commercial and residential real estate stories across a range of categories.
Nancy Sarnoff, who has gained a following with the “Looped In” podcast on Houston real estate with her former co-host Erin Mulvaney, earned a Silver award in the Best Audio or Video Report-Broadcast or Online, Radio or Television category.
“The show is interesting with a variety of content that has ranged from zoning to a book about architecture to the history of Houston neighborhoods,” according to the judges’ commentary.
Katherine Feser received a Best Short Blog Post Silver award for a story on the closure of the former Palace Lanes bowling alley on Bellaire Boulevard.
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“The blog was very informative and obviously touched a chord based on the number of Facebook comments and tweets.”