The Overseas Press Club named its winners, including two for business enterprise journalism.
The Malcolm Forbes Award for finest worldwide business information reporting in newspapers, information products and services, journals or electronic went to International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, The Washington Publish, Miami Herald and just about 150 media partners for “The Pandora Papers.”
The judges wrote, “Another tour de force by the ICIJ, the Pandora Papers brought collectively journalists from dozens of information organizations to rummage as a result of a treasure trove of much more than 11 million leaked documents showing how money and electricity function in the 21st century.”
The Morton Frank Award for most effective international small business news reporting in Television set, video clip, radio, audio or podcast went to Sandy Tolan, Euclides Cordero Nuel and Michael Montgomery of Expose from the Center for Investigative Reporting, PRX and Mom Jones, with help from the Pulitzer Middle, for “The Bitter Do the job Powering Sugar.”
The judges wrote, “This thorough investigation by Sandy Tolan and Euclides Cordero Nuel took listeners deep into the sugar cane harvesting camps manned by Haitian immigrants in the Dominican Republic. The reporting, which has prompted scrutiny from Congress and the Office of Labor, documented workers enduring $4 a working day wages, staggering personal debt, substandard housing and woeful health-related treatment while improving Central Romana Corp.’s profitability.”
See all of the winners listed here. They will be honored April 22 at a meal in New York.