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Veteran Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Paul Williams will be honored this month by both of his alma maters.
Veteran photojournalist Bob Brown has seen it all and done it all over a career spanning more than 50 years, and along the way he’s won pretty much every award in Virginia journalism.
The honor was presented virtually by the organization during its VPA News & Advertising Contest.
Chris Coates, an award-winning and innovative journalist who has run several newsrooms in the Midwest, will be the Richmond Times-Dispatch’s next executive editor.
At the Richmond Times-Dispatch, our news staff is always looking for innovative and engaging ways to present our award-winning news content.
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Richmond Times-Dispatch Executive Editor Paige Mudd, who started at the news organization in 1999 as a summer intern, has been named Lee Enterprises’ local news director for the east region.
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Richmond Suburban News (RSN) is proud to announce the appointment of Powhatan Today editor Laura McFarland to Managing Editor of all of its publications including The Mechanicsville Local, the Ashland-Hanover Local, The Goochland Gazette and Powhatan Today.
Richmond entrepreneur and consultant Kelli Lemon is joining the Richmond Times-Dispatch to lead a new video initiative to establish the RTD and Richmond.com as the leading source of video in the region.
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Michael Paul Williams is a man of perspective, but he gained a new one in an old institution on Thursday, when both chambers of the Virginia General Assembly honored him for winning the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
As the COVID-19 pandemic loosens its grip, the Richmond region is emerging with plenty of stories to tell. The Richmond Times-Dispatch’s 2021 summer intern class is here to help document that reawakening.
Rep. Donald McEachin, D-4th, congratulated Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist Michael Paul Williams on Tuesday for his Pulitzer Prize for commentary on race and racial inequities in Richmond.
After the Virginia Press Association’s annual awards were announced in April, I was stunned when I did not find Michael Paul Williams’ name among the winners.
As I wrote in March, on the year anniversary of the first positive COVID-19 case in Virginia, our coverage is informed by our shared humanity and a deeper understanding of where we’ve been and where we hope to go.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch won top awards — including the grand sweepstakes for news and advertising, best in show, and outstanding young journalist — in the Virginia Press Association’s annual contest.
My 11th-grade English teacher never let us use the word “things” when describing, well, things. He wanted us to use our vocabulary and imagination to paint a picture, tell a story, evoke emotions and feelings, not rely on something so nondescriptive, bland and easy.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch has named veteran photojournalist James Wallace, the newspaper’s photo director, to a newly created role as senior editor for news, visuals and audience.
As we approach the end of this most unusual year of pandemic, protests and a historic presidential election, it’s a good time to reflect on what matters most.
For the third consecutive year, the Richmond Times-Dispatch won the grand sweepstakes award in the Virginia Press Association’s annual contest, recognizing overall excellence in news and advertising in the category that includes the state’s largest newspapers based on circulation.
A former Richmond Times-Dispatch editor, Thomas P. Kapsidelis, was among eight media professionals inducted into the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame on Thursday.