IRE Names in the News

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IRE Names in the News


Thc new column brings news of IRE>members anr friend to Journal readers. Call, write or email IRE with item of interest.

IRE member Bruce Breslow died Dec. I I after undergoing cancer surgery. He was 47. Breslow, a photojournalist for WFLA-TV in Tampa, Fla., started with the station in 1982. He won an IRE award in 1990 for a series on the mistreatment of children in the care of the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services. Breslow, a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, was a member of the National Press Photographers Association.

John Carroll, senior vice president and editor at the Baltimore Sun, has been named Editor of the Year by the National Press Foundation.

Christopher Callahan was made associate dean at the University of Maryland's College of Journalism and senior editor of the American Journalism Review. He also published a new book, A Journalist's Guide to the Internet.

Robert M. Ruggles, the dean of the School of Journalism, Media and Graphic Arts at Florida A&M University, won the Freedom Forum Journalism Administrator of the Year Award. He received a medal and $10,000 in San Antonio at the December meeting of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication.

Wendy S. Myers, editor of the monthly Veterinary Economics, is the new president of the Society of Professional Journalists.

It was a good year for IRE members at the C.B. Blethen Memorial Awards for Distinguished Newspaper Reporting, presented to writers from I I Northwest dailies. Steven Goldsmith of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer won for enterprise reporting. Wendy Harris of the Yakima Herald-Republic and Andrew Schneider of the Post-Intelligencer won for investigative reporting. …

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