Scenes from the 2019 Online Journalism Awards

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Journalists from around the world turned down the volume on their phones, relaxed in their seats and spent two hours honoring their colleagues at the Online Journalism Awards on a balmy Saturday night in New Orleans.

Online News Association board member Benet Wilson reacts to the group Journalists of Color Slack Administrators being named the winners of the ONA Community Award at the 2019 Online Journalism Awards. Wilson is the associate editor for travel + rewards for MagnifyMoney.com and CompareCards.com. She is also the founder and editor-in-chief of Aviation Queen LLC, a freelance aviation/travel writing business. Photo by Caitlin Lee
Online News Association board member Benet Wilson reacts to the group Journalists of Color Slack Administrators being named the winners of the ONA Community Award at the 2019 Online Journalism Awards. Photo by Caitlin Lee
Bianca Pallaro of La Nacion walks to the stage to accept the Online Journalism Award for Sports/large newsroom for La Nacion’s coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. La Nacion also won the The Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award/Large Newsroom for its project Driver’s Notebooks Exposed Argentina’s Greatest Corruption Scandal Ever: 10 Years and Millions of Cash Bribes in Bags. Photo by Tess Rowland
Bianca Pallaro of La Nacion walks to the stage to accept the Online Journalism Award for Sports/large newsroom for La Nacion’s coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. La Nacion also won the The Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award/Large Newsroom for its project Driver’s Notebooks Exposed Argentina’s Greatest Corruption Scandal Ever: 10 Years and Millions of Cash Bribes in Bags. Photo by Tess Rowland
Chloe Jones of the Arizona State University Cronkite School of Journalism accepts the The David Teeuwen Student Journalism Award/Large Newsroom for the project "A Different Border Crisis." Photo by Caitlin Lee
Chloe Jones of the Arizona State University Cronkite School of Journalism accepts the The David Teeuwen Student Journalism Award/Large Newsroom for the project “A Different Border Crisis.” Photo by Caitlin Lee
Jordan Johnson and her mother, Jiquanda, listen as Joshua Johnson addresses the audience at the Online Journalism Awards. He was 15 years old at the time of the Parkland shooting and knew students who died at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. He was part of a team of youth journalists who won the Pro-Am Student Award for “Since Parkland,” a project produced in collaboration with McClatchy/Miami Herald and The Trace. Photo by Tess Rowland
Jennifer Mascia, Akoto Ofori-Atta, Joshua Johnson and Sarah Whitmire pose for a picture in the red carpet area aftger receiving the Pro-Am Student Award. Photo by Daja Henry
Jennifer Mascia, Akoto Ofori-Atta, Joshua Johnson and Sarah Whitmire pose for a picture in the red carpet area after receiving the Pro-Am Student Award. Photo by Daja Henry
Diane Foley, the mother of slain freelance journalist James Foley, pauses to compose herself as she speaks about the recipient of the award named after her son. At left is ONA board member Eric Carvin, who chairs the selection committee for the James Foley Award for Conflict Reporting. Photo by Tess Rowland
Diane Foley, the mother of slain freelance journalist James Foley, pauses to compose herself as she speaks about the recipient of the award named after her son. At left is ONA board member Eric Carvin, who chairs the selection committee for the James Foley Award for Conflict Reporting. Photo by Tess Rowland
Seattle Times assistant managing editors Danny Gawlowski (photo and video) and Frank Mina, (graphics and design) exit the red carpet area after accepting the Online Journaloism Award for Explanatory Reporting for the project “Hostile Waters: Orcas in Peril.” Photo by Daja Henry
Seattle Times assistant managing editors Danny Gawlowski (photo and video) and Frank Mina, (graphics and design) exit the red carpet area after accepting the Online Journalism Award for Explanatory Reporting for the project “Hostile Waters: Orcas in Peril.” Photo by Daja Henry
Rich Jaroslovsky, who helped to found the Online News Association two decades ago, turns from the lecturn after making colsing remarks at the Online Journalism Awards ceremony. Photo by Caitlin Lee
Rich Jaroslovsky, who helped to found the Online News Association two decades ago, turns from the lectern after making his remarks at the Online Journalism Awards ceremony. Photo by Caitlin Lee

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