Trib Workers Win 7 Awards; Seven Tribune-Review Journalists Won Awards and Seven Others Were Finalists in the 2016 Robert L. Vann Media Award of Excellence Competition Sponsored by the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation. [Derived Headline]

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Seven Tribune-Review journalists won awards and seven others were finalists in the 2016 Robert L. Vann Media Award of Excellence competition sponsored by the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation.

Named for the late publisher of the Pittsburgh Courier, the Vann awards honor excellence in print, broadcast, photography and online journalism coverage of Western Pennsylvania's black community during the previous year. Winners in about 30 categories were announced at a dinner Thursday night at the University of Pittsburgh's O'Hara Student Center in Oakland.

"We're proud again this year to have such exceptional support for the media federation and for journalists who are committed to covering diverse issues and communities," federation President Tory N. Parrish said.

Winners included:

e_SBlt Deputy managing editor and health columnist Luis Fabregas for best column, "Concussion Research, Love of Football Present Conflict of Interest."

e_SBlt Business reporter Chris Fleisher in the business news category, "Minority Employment Repercussions Contemplated."

e_SBlt Photojournalist Jasmine Goldband for feature photo, "Birthday Becomes Memorial."

e_SBlt Photojournalist Justin Merriman for picture series, "Barnstorming Tour."

e_SBlt Photojournalist Stephanie Strasburg for spot news photo, "Mother Loses Son."

e_SBlt In sports news photos, photojournalist Sidney Davis won for his coverage of the Wilkinsburg Tigers football team walking off Graham Field for the last time.

e_SBlt The Trib swept all three nominations in the newspaper print series category. Staff writer Chris Togneri captured the award for a compilation of stories from his "Our Stories" series. …

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