Centre Daily Times picks up statewide Keystone Press Awards

From CDT staff reportsMarch 28, 2014 

The Centre Daily Times won six Keystone Press Awards in the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association's 2014 contest.

The CDT, which competes with multiday publications in the 20,000 to 39,999 circulation category, won the following awards:

• First place: Feature Beat Reporting — Chris Rosenblum: Good Life in Centre County;

Kevin McCarthy

Jeanne and Phil Sollman

Kathy DiMuccio

• First place: Sports Beat Reporting — Travis Johnson: Penn State football;

NCAA speeds up Lions' recovery

Belton's TD in fourth OT gives Nittany Lions win over Wolverines

Penn State RBs doing more than just carrying ball

• First place: Graphic/photo illustration — David Kubarek: 'Tested Legacy' (Anniversary of Joe Paterno's death);

View illustration

• First place: Video Story — Abby Drey: Honoring Gettysburg volunteers;

Honoring Gettysburg volunteers

• First place: News feature story — Chris Rosenblum and Chip Minemyer: 'Tested Legacy' (Anniversary of Joe Paterno's death);

'Joe's legacy:' Almost a year after his death, Paterno's image still debated, defended

• and Second place: News Beat Reporting — Mike Dawson (Ongoing reporting on Jerry Sandusky-related developments).

A year later, memories still fresh of Jerry Sandusky trial

Student trustee will exit NCAA suit

In unprecedented act, NCAA rewards Penn State for sweeping changes

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