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NFPW 2012 Communication Contest Winners

Winners of the 2012 National Federation of Press Women (NFPW) communications contest were recognized at the annual fall conference in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Twelve members earned 31 awards for their work in print media, photography, advertising, writing for and development of the web, promotion, public relations, marketing, speeches and books.

The annual NFPW communication contest, which provides an opportunity to compete in a wide range of categories, encourages and rewards excellence in communication. Only first place winners in NDPC’s state communication contest were eligible to enter NFPW’s national competition. NDPC winners on the national level were:

Ellen Crawford, Fargo, N.D.
Second: News reporting -Pub/magazine, supplement for general or specialized circulation

Amy Holstad, Fargo, N.D.
First: Website development/creation – for corporate or for-profit organization sites
Second: Newspaper, trade paper, magazine, newsletter or website – print or electronic – institutional or image

Merrie Sue Holtan, Perham, Minn.
Second: Specialty articles – sports
Third: Specialty articles – home

Becky Koch, Fargo, N.D.
First: Website development/creation – for not-for-profit, government or educational
First: Audiovisuals - PowerPoint
First: Magapaper/tabloid – four-color
First: Manuals & handbooks – electronic

Jeanine Larson, Fargo, N.D.
Third: Writing for the Web – website edited by entrant

Carol Renner, Fargo, N.D.
Second: News or feature release, single release – feature release
Honorable Mention: News or feature release, single release – news release

Sadie Rudolph, Fargo, N.D.
First: Website development/creation – corporate or for-profit organization sites

Linda Sailer, Dickinson, N.D.
First: Section infrequently edited by entrant
Second: Specialty articles – hobby or craft
Second: Single page – lifestyle/entertainment – daily newspaper
Third: Single page regularly edited by entrant – other than lifestyle
Third: Section frequently edited by entrant
Third: Photography in daily newspaper – news photo

Roxane Salonen, Fargo, N.D.
First: Specialty articles – social issues
Second: Feature story – daily newspaper
Third: Feature story – pub/magazine/supplement for general or specialized circulation
Third: Specialty articles – technology/Internet

Liz Stabenow, Fargo, N.D.
First: Website development/creation – corporate or for-profit organization sites
Second: Newspaper, trade paper, magazine, newsletter or website – print or electronic – institutional or image

Karen Stensrud, Fargo, N.D.
First: TV campaign
Second: Newspaper single ad, color – retail product or service
Second: Poster, billboard or banner - billboard
Second: Marketing campaign

Kathy Tofflemire, Fargo, N.D.
Honorable Mention: Columns - general

Jo Ann Winistorfer, Hazen, N.D.
Honorable Mention: Magazine – four-color


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