Front Page Award

The Front Page Award is an award given by the Newswomen's Club of New York to honor journalistic achievement by women.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] It has been given annually since 1937.[2]

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  1. ^ October 11th 2014, The Economist, Ward Award, Retrieved August 3, 2015, "...Rosemarie Ward ... has won a Front Page Award from the Newswomen’s Club of New York ..."
  2. ^ a b Newswomen's Club of New York, The Front Page Awards Archived 2015-07-21 at the Wayback Machine, Retrieved August 3, 2015, "...One of the Most Prestigious Awards in Journalism..."
  3. ^ LARRY MCSHANE, NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, October 7, 2014, Daily News win 3 Front Page Awards from Newswomen's Club of New York: The organization announced Sarah Ryley, Laura Bult and Debbie Egan-Chin were each recipients of its annual journalism awards., Retrieved August 3, 2015, "The Daily News captured three Front Page Awards ... from the Newswomen’s Club of New York...The Front Page Awards, which date back to 1938,..."
  4. ^ NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, October 5, 2006, NEWS FOTOG EGAN-CHIN WINS AWARD, Retrieved August 3, 2015, ".... Egan-Chin scooped the coveted Front Page Award..."
  5. ^ The New York Times, Columnist Biography: Joyce Purnick, Retrieved August 3, 2015, "...Ms. Purnick’s other honors include the 1987 Peter Kihss Award for reporting on city government, given by the Fund for the City of New York, and a 1979 Front Page Award from the Newswomen's Club of New York..."
  6. ^ The New York Times, Sarah Kershaw: Metropolitan Reporter, Retrieved August 3, 2015, "...Women's Press Club of New York Front Page Award ..."
  7. ^ Editorial staff, October 25, 2012, Wall Street Journal, Vanessa O’Connell, Retrieved August 3, 2015, "..n 2004, her series on cigarettes and tobacco companies was honored with a Front Page Award, including “Bans on Smoking in Prison Shrink a Coveted Market”; “New Leaf: Why Philip Morris Decided to Make Friends With FDA”; and “Burning Question: U.S. Suit Alleges Philip Morris Hid Cigarette Fire Risk.”..."