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The Long Island Press brought home nearly two dozen honors at recent local, state, and regional journalism awards competitions, earning top prizes and dominating the best website categories at several. The contests recognize journalistic excellence in print, on radio, television and online.
With nearly 1,600 entries from more than two dozen high schools throughout Nassau and Suffolk, the 2015 contest was unprecedented in its scope and quality of submissions.
The Press came in Third Overall for Single-Flag Newspapers, earning top honors across more than a dozen categories.
Inspired by Jimmy Kimmel's "Mean Tweets" segment, we decided to produce our own video in which Press reporters read a few of the comments sent along to us from not-so-happy readers.
The 2014 contest was unprecedented in its scope and quality of submissions.
Despite publishing only 12 issues last year, the Press came in second overall, with top honors yet again across nearly every category.
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