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Congratulations 2012 President’s Award for Excellence First Place s.c. press association award-winning The Staff of The Post and Courier General Excellence: March 4 and Sept. 21 Public Service: “Storm of Money,” June 3, June 6, June 21-22, June 24, Sept. 23, Oct. 21 Innovative Concept: Advantage Membership Daily Newspaper Website: www.postandcourier.com Integration of Print and Web Coverage: Storm of Money Feature Specialty Publication or Magazine: “My Charleston,” 2012-2012 Edition Individual winners: Tony Bartelme Beth Harrison Brad Nettles Grace Beahm Jeff Hartsell Andy Paras Robert Behre Maureen Hartshorn Doug Pardue Leroy Burnell Brian Hicks Adam Parker Chad Dunbar Brendan Kearney Gene Sapakoff Edward Fennell Andrew Knapp Darryl Slater Gill Guerry Diane Knich Glenn Smith Chris Hanclosky Elsa McDowell Tyrone Walker Second Place The Staff of The Post and Courier Use of Twitter: https://twitter.com/postandcourier Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ThePostandCourier journalists of Integration of Print and Web Coverage: Spoleto Spotlight Individual winners: Tony Bartelme John McDermott Glenn Smith Grace Beahm Elsa McDowell Wade Spees Diette Courrege Casey Adam Parker Frank Wooten Chad Dunbar Bo Petersen Maureen Hartshorn Gene Sapakoff to the Bob Kinney David Slade Andrew Knapp Darryl Slater Third Place The Staff of The Post and Courier 2012 Election/Political Coverage: The Post and Courier Integration of Print and Web Coverage: 2012 Cooper River Bridge Run Sports Specialty Publication or Sports Magazine: “Tideline,” November/December 2012 Individual winners: Tony Bartelme Stephen Largen Glenn Smith Grace Beahm Bo Petersen Tyrone Walker Tommy Braswell Luke Reasoner Warren Wise Chad Dunbar Gene Sapakoff Chris Hanclosky Travis Sawchik Honorable Mention Grace Beahm Stephen Largen Tyrone Walker
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Schedule of EventsFriday, March 223 –11 p.m. News Contest Winners’ Exhibits Open - Mezzanine3:30 – 5 p.m. Executive Committee Meeting - Francis Marion Room3:30 – 7 p.m. S.C. News Photographers Association Pictures of the Year Judging - Furman Room All SCPA members are invited to watch the judging. This is a great opportunity for you to see SCNPA’s commitment to our photojournalism.6 – 7 p.m. Opening Reception - Spoonbread ReceptionSaturday, March 239 a.m. Registration, Sponsor Tables and News Contest Winners’ Exhibits Open - Mezzanine8 a.m. – 4 p.m. S.C. News Photographers Association Pictures of the Year Judging - Furman RoomAll SCPA members are invited to watch the judging. This is a great opportunity for you to see SCNPA’s commitment to our photojournalism. SCNPA will also have a photography print auction inthe Mezzanine throughout the day. Bid on prints to support the organization through 7:30 p.m.10 – 10:45 a.m. Technology Update with Doug Fisher - Poinsett BallroomIn an industry where technology seems to change by the minute, we’ll sit down for a briefing of new media industry technology trends with Doug Fisher of the Universityof South Carolina School of Journalism. Fisher is a veteran journalist who spent nine years as a news editor for The Associated Press. His interests are in reporting, precisionwriting, ethics, media economics, newsroom sociology, and new ways to manage the increasing flow of information so that reporters and editors, as well as consumers, donot suffer “information burnout.” He began his career in radio and television, became a newspaper reporter and then was a fellow in the Kiplinger Public Affairs ReportingProgram at Ohio State University before joining the AP in 1983.He is the founder of the HartsvilleToday.com community news project that has shown, in conjunction withthe Hartsville Messenger newspaper, how such sites can invigorate local news coverage and form a vibrant online community. In 2007, he became executive editor of The FisherConvergence Newsletter, and he is co-author of Principles of Convergent Journalism, now in its second edition (Oxford, 2012).11 – 11:45 a.m. The Ever-Expanding First Amendment with Rod Smolla - Poinsett BallroomFurman University’s President Rod Smolla will join us to talk about the First Amendment. He is a nationally recognized scholar, teacher, advocate and writer, and is one ofAmerica’s foremost experts on issues relating to freedom of speech, academic freedom and freedom of the press. A native of the Chicago area, he is a 1975 graduate of YaleUniversity, where he was a member of the football team. He graduated first in his class from Duke University Law School in 1978. His book, Free Speech in an Open Society(Alfred A. Knopf, 1992) won the William O. Douglas Award as the year’s best monograph on freedom of expression. He is also the author of Jerry Falwell v. Larry Flynt: TheFirst Amendment on Trial (St. Martin’s Press, 1988) and Deliberate Intent (Crown Publishers, 1999). Deliberate Intent was made into a television movie by the FX cablenetwork, in which actor Timothy Hutton played the role of Rod Smolla, depicting his involvement in a notorious case in which he successfully represented the families ofthree murder victims in a suit against the publisher of a murder instruction manual. Smolla11:45 – 11:55 a.m. SCPA Business Meeting & Election of Officers - Poinsett Ballroom12 – 2:15 p.m. Weekly Newspaper and Associate Member Awards Luncheon & Hall of Fame Presentation - Gold Ballroom2:30 – 3:45 p.m. Panel Discussion on Dealing with Correspondents - Poinsett BallroomJoin SCPA Attorney Jay Bender; Lee Harter, editor of The Times and Democrat in Orangeburg; and Benjy Hamm, editorial director for Landmark Community Newspapers, as they discuss how tohire and train correspondents and how to stay out of legal trouble concerning contracts and legality.4 – 5 p.m. Associated Press Annual Member Update - Francis Marion Room6 – 7:30 p.m. President’s Reception - Mezzanine7:30 – 9:30 p.m. Daily Newspaper Awards Dinner - Gold BallroomFollowing the dinner, The Westins bar outside of the ballroom and in the lobby will stay open for you to celebrate! Please be aware that it is illegal to carry alcoholic beverages outside of The Westin.
The staff of in Columbia, SC salutes ouraward-winning colleagues Corey Eva Patrick JoeyHutchins Moore Wall Ayer REPORTER NEWS EDITOR MUSIC EDITOR GR APHIC ARTIST with special recognition to Corey Hutchins S.C. JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR 2011 and 2012
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2012 – 2013 NecrologyRobert Nettles; March 14, 2012; former chief photographer, The Post and CourierRobert Bentley; April 26, 2012; former editor, Index-Journal; former copy editor, The StateMim Woodring; May 2, 2012; former editor and owner, The North Augusta StarErnie Adams; May 15, 2012; former director of sales and marketing, The Post and Courier; former advertising director and business manager, Aiken StandardLance Noel Anderson; May 24, 2012; multimedia specialist, Index-JournalJohn Kerr; July 4, 2012; attorney and Freedom of Press advocate, The Post and CourierGerhard Spieler; July 14, 2012; columnist, The Beaufort GazetteWalter Julian; August 19, 2012; former reporter, editorial writer and copy editor, The Post and Courier; The Greenville News and Greenville PiedmontHugh Munn; Oct. 19, 2012; professor, USC School of Journalism and Mass Communications; public information officer, State Law Enforcement Division; former journalist, The StateVicki Shealy; Nov. 4, 2012; metro editor, Lexington County Chronicle and Dispatch-News; former community editor, Columbia Record and The State; former staff writer and associate editor, Newberry Observer; former reporter, Index-Journal; former reporter, The Hartsville MessengerSamuel Rayford Marshall; Nov. 11, 2012; former publisher, Georgetown Times; former retail ad manager, The News & Courier and The Evening Post; former national ad manager, The News & CourierDwight Dana; Nov. 25, 2012; columnist and writer, Morning News, Hartsville Messenger, The State and News and PressJim Davenport; Dec. 31, 2012; reporter, The Associated Press and The StateAnne Mae Pickens Collins; Jan. 16, 2013; columnist, The News & Reporter; former feature writer, Chester News, The Herald and Charlotte Observer; former reporter, The StateDr. J. Nolan Etters; Feb. 1, 2013; columnist, The News & ReporterMark Stafford Linder; Feb. 19, 2013; former news and sports reporter, The Greer Citizen
South Carolina Press Association Hall of FameCol. Thomas Bissell Crews 1832 - 1911 Col. Thomas Bissell Crews, who spent most of his life as editor purchased from the estate of James Hollingsworth the Laurensvilleof The Laurensville Herald, was one of the oldest if not the oldest Herald. Col. B.W. Ball and Capt. Homer McGowan were his firstnewspaper editor and publisher in South Carolina when he died in editors followed by Col. John W. Ferguson. In 1872 Col. Crews1911 at age 79. He had served his apprenticeship in the offices of became Chief Editor and Proprietor.Messrs. Godman, publishers and editors of the Laurensville Herald Col. Crews was a charter member of the State Press Association,and continued his newspaper work continuously since 1829 with the and president from 1879 to 1884. He took great interest in its affairsexception of the four years given to Southern Confederacy. and was frequently called upon to contribute papers at its annual Crews came to Laurens as a boy of 18, having attended the meetings; in latter years these contributions were especially valued forschools of his home town when not at work in his father’s buggy and their reminiscent interest and worth. In 1901 Editor Crews wrote awagon shops. After clerking a year or so in his brother’s store and series of articles on his recollections of Laurens for the past fifty years,that of Mr. Mairs, he entered the offices of the Messrs. Godman, then and published them in his paper.proprietors and editors of the Laurensville Herald, completing his He filled many places of honor and trust, having served one termapprenticeship two years later. Later he worked on the Family Friend, in the State Legislature in the eightys, and afterwards representeda newspaper published in Columbia, afterward going to Atlanta, Laurens County in the State Senate four years. In 1893 he waswhere he was employed as a printer on the Intelligencer, afterward the appointed postmaster at Laurens by President Grover Cleveland andAtlanta Constitution. served for four years. At the time of his death, he was a member of Returning to Columbia he worked as a printer at The State before the board of trustees at the Old Soldiers’ Home, commander of Campreturning to Laurens to work on the Herald. Just before the war he Garlington U.C.V., and member of the state executive committeebecame foreman of the Banner at Abbeville. When the War between from Laurens county.the States began, he enlisted with Company A., First South Carolina He was born in Rutherfordton, N.C., the son of Thomas andcavalry, Hampton’s brigade, Army of Northern Virginia. He became Mary Crews. Col. Crews was married twice. His first wife, Eugeniafirst lieutenant of his command and fought in many of the important E. Hance died in 1864, leaving four children, William T., James T.battles. He escaped without a single wound. and Edgar H. Crews and a daughter, Mrs. John F. Bolt. In 1870 he At the close of the war, Col. Crews returned to Laurens and married Celia Ballew.
SCPA Hall of Fame The S.C. Journalism Hall of Fame was established in 1973 to recognize and honor men and women who have The S.C. Journalism Hall of Fame was established in 1973 to recognize and honor men and women who haveexcelled in their craft and made significant contributions to journalism and their communities.excelled in their craft and made significant contributions to journalism and their communities. Only 67 newspaper journalists – fromfrom Colonial CivilCivil War days to the present – have been chosen by their peers Only 68 newspaper journalists – Colonial and and War days to the present – have been chosen by their peersfor this recognition. Honorees must have made their journalistic reputation in South Carolina. If the reputation reflectsfor this recognition. Honorees must have made their journalistic reputation in South Carolina. If the reputation reflectsachievements outside the state, the nominee must have been a native of of South Carolina. Nominees must have beenachievements outside the state, the nominee must have been a native South Carolina. Nominees must have beendeceased for four or more years. for four or more years. The The S.C. Hall of Fame began in whenwhen SCPA President William L. Kinney Jr., of Bennettsville,on S.C. Hall of Fame began in 1972 1972 SCPA President William L. Kinney Jr., of Bennettsville, acting acting ona suggestion from Secretary-Manager Reid H. Montgomery, set inin motion activities that led thethe establishment of a S.C. suggestion from Secretary-Manager Reid H. Montgomery, set motion activities that led to to establishment of a S.C.Press Association Hall of Fame. The first Hall ofof Fame inductees were presentedthethe SCPA Winter Meeting in 1973.Press Association Hall of Fame. The first Hall Fame inductees were presented at at SCPA Winter Meeting in 1973.Honorees are chosen by by the press association’s Hall of Fame committee. year’s year’s committee was comprised of John Honorees are chosen the press association’s Hall of Fame committee. This This committee was comprised of JohnHeath, retired from Beaufort Gazette; Tom McLean, retired from The State; McNeely, retired from the the University of SouthHeath, retired from Beaufort Gazette; Tom McLean, retired from The State; PatPat McNeely, retired from University of SouthCarolinas School of Journalism and Louis Sossamon, retired from The Gaffney Ledger.Carolinas School of Journalism and Louis Sossamon, retired from The Gaffney Ledger. Members 1973 1973 1974 1974 1974 1975 1975 1975 1976 Elizabeth Timothy (-1757) South Carolina Gazette 1974 Francis W. Narciso G. Bony Hampton Aaron Smith William Watts Arthur B James Rion Hubert Graham Dawson Gonzales Peace Willington Ball Jordan Sr. McKissick Osteen Peter Timothy (1840 - 1899) (1858 - 1903) (1874 - 1934) (1781 - 1862) (1868 - 1952) (1876 - 1956) (1884 - 1944) (1870 - 1955) (1721 - 1782) The Charleston The State, Carolina Spartan, The Charleston The Evening Post, The Dillon Herald Times-Democrat, Watchman and South Carolina Mercury; The Columbia; The Spartanburg; The Courier Charleston; The Richmond, Va.; Th e Southron, Sumter; Gazette Charleston News; News and Courier, Greenville News; Greenville News; Greenville News; Sumter Daily Item The News and Charleston; Greenville Piedmont Laurens Advertiser; Greenville Piedmont Courier, Charleston Charleston Journal The News and of Commerce Courier, Charleston; The State, Columbia 1976 1977 1978 1978 1979 1980 1980 1981 1981 Edward Hope p Arthur M. Harold C. Charles Oscar Robert Lathan Tom O’Connor Louis W. Cassels Robert Craft George A. DeCamp D C Manigault M i l Booker Sr. B k S Hearon H (1881 - 1937) (1902 - 1969) (1921 - 1974) Peace Buchanan (1865 - 1952) (1851 - 1924) (1888 - 1960) (1876 - 1959) The News and Hampton County United Press (1899 - 1968) (1898 - 1976)The Gaffney Ledger; The Evening Post, Spartanburg Herald- The Spartanburg Courier, Charleston; Guardian; Allendale International The Greenville News The ColumbiaThe State, Columbia Charleston Journal; Greenville Herald; Herald, The State, County Citizen Record; Dean of Piedmont; The Bristol, Va.; Times, Columbia; Asheville Journalism, USC Sumter Daily Item; Richmond, Va. (NC) Citizen; The Columbia 1924 Pulitzer Prize Record Winner 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 Robert M. W.W. Smoak Wood Davidson Hall Thomas Edmund Adams James Loyal James Edward Ambrose Elliott William Elliott Hitt, Jr. (1877 - 1947) Grist McGee Ramsaur Sims Chaffin Gonzales Gonzales (1914 - 1968) Press & Standard, (1865 - 1925) (1889 - 1963) (1925 - 1976) (1914 - 1962) (1913 - 1977) (1857 - 1926) (1866 - 1937) Bamberg Herald; Walterboro Yorkville Enquirer; Charleston Evening The Greenville The Times and The Index-Journal, The State, The State, ColumbiaCharleston Evening Atlanta Constitution Post; The News and News; Greenville Democrat, Greenwood Columbia; The Post Courier, Charleston Piedmont Orangeburg News and Courier, Charleston
1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1987 William R. Elbert Herman Ernest Allen Noah Graham Phil Buchheit R. Frank Mundy Samuel L. Harry L. Watson Robert Melvin Bradford Sr. Aull Cutts Osteen (1907 - 1978) (1915 - 1982) Latimer Jr. (1876 - 1956) Hitt (1874 - 1957) (1857 - 1929) (1912 - 1980) (1843 - 1936) Spartanburg Herald- The Index-Journal, (1891 - 1975) The Index-Journal, (1886 - 1963)The Fort Mill Times; The Newberry Charleston Evening The Item, Sumter Journal Greenwood The State, Columbia Greenwood Bamberg HeraldThe State, Columbia Herald and News Post 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1993John Kelly Sisk Wilson William William Light Talbot Patrick Frank Wilmore Paul S. League Edward Edd A. Burch Hubert Duvall (1913 - 1980) Harris Kinney (1897 - 1980) Sossamon (1920 - 1978) Manigault (1907 - 1985) Osteen Greenville News- (1889 - 1955) (1902 - 1983) Chicago Evening Post; (1887 - 1979) The Lancaster News (1896 - 1983) Greer Citizen (1904 - 1987) Piedmont The Clinton Marlboro The Goldsboro (NC) The Gaffney Ledger Charleston Evening The Item, Sumter Chronicle Herald-Advocate, News-Argus; The Post Bennettsville Herald, Rock Hill 1993 1995 1995 1996 1998 1998 1999 2002 2002Miles Benjamin Thomas James A. Rogers William D. Joseph F. Smoak Marcellus C. Reid H. August Kohn Annie Laurie McSweeney Pettigrew Davis (1905 - 1990) Workman (1936 - 1993) Garner Montgomery (1868 - 1930) Mayer Kinney (1855 - 1909) (1926 - 1990) Florence Morning (1914 - 1990) The News and (1920 - 1992) (1909 - 1993) The News and (1902 - 1999) The Ninety-Six Georgetown Times News The News and Courier, Ch arleston; The Sun News, Myrtle The State, Courier, Charleston The MarlboroGuardian; Hampton Courier, Courier Charleston; Charleston Evening Charle Beach; The Myrtle Columbia; The Item, Herald Advocate County Guardian The Greenville Post Beach News; The Sumter; Winthrop News; The State, Myrtle Beach Sun; College; University Columbia The Field, Conway; of South Carolina; The Horry Herald; South Carolina Press The Loris Sentinel Association 2003 2005 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2011 Annie Howell William E. Rone Alfred B. Dr. Robert Felix Gregory de Robert Quillen Henry Timrod William Charles H. King (1926 - 1998) Williams Wilson Gibbes Fontaine (1887 - 1948) (1829 - 1867) Gilmore Simms Wickenberg Jr. (1893 - 1973) The State, Columbia (1856 - 1930) (1809 - 1866) (1834 - 1896) Fountain Inn Charleston Mercury (1806-1870) (1923-2004) Aiken Standard News and Courier, The South Charleston Daily Tribune Charleston City The State Charleston Carolinian Courier, The South Gazette, Daily South Carolinian; Daily Carolinian, The South Carolinian; Phoenix New York Herald 2012 2012 2012 2013Peter Manigault Benjamin F. Robert Ashe Col. Thomas (1927 - 2004) Perry Pierce Bissell Crews The News and (1805 - 1886) (1928 - 2007) (832-1911)Courier, Charleston Greenville The State, Columbia The Laurensville Mountaineer; Herald, Laurens Southern Patriot, Greenville
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AttendeesDoug Fisher SethG adsden NathanG ray DeborahG umpSchool of Journalism and Rock Hill, SC Independent Mail School of Journalism andMass Communications Anderson, SC Mass CommunicationsUniversity of South Carolina, Bob Gecy University of South Carolina, Simpsonville Sentinel Will GreenColumbia, SC Columbia, SC Simpsonville, SC Columbia, SCJoelF itzpatrick BenjyH amm ConnieG ecy JaradG reene Landmark CommunityThe Greer Citizen Simpsonville Sentinel S.C. Press Association Newspapers, Inc.Greer, SC Simpsonville, SC Columbia, SC Shelbyville, KYLindaF leenor AshleyG here KevinG reeneGCDSNB ElizabethH ammond The Voice GSA BusinessGreenville, SC Columbia, SC Blythewood, SC Greenville, SCShawnF leenor ChrisH ancloskyGCDSNB KristaG ibson PrudenceG reene The Post and CourierGreenville, SC The Greer Citizen Greenville, SC Charleston, SC Greer, SCKim Kim Foster-Tobin RynG rice JoyceH ancloskyThe State ErinG illespie Hemingway, SC Charleston, SCColumbia, SC Anderson, SC JakeG rove BethH arrisonJoseF ranco EmeryG lover Independent Mail The Post and CourierHerald-Journal The Times and Democrat Anderson, SC Charleston, SCSpartanburg, SC Orangeburg, SCLarryF ranklin StellaG rove MichaelH arrison NikolayG oryachevThe Clinton Chronicle Anderson, SC Fort Mill Times Greenville, SCClinton, SC Fort Mill, SC An Oral History of South Carolina Newspapers Remembering eyewitnesses to history T ravel back in time with some of the Palmetto State’s leading newspaper journalists as b they re remember the news stories and significant events that made headlines throughout cen the last century. The S.C. PPress Association’s Oral History of South Carolina Newspapers chronicles an the men and women of the newspaper industry with behind-the-scenes insight into the culture and values of their day. The herita of the Fourth Estate is being preserved for future generations of journalists, heritage historians, students and the general public through a multimedia Web project that includes inter video interviews, photo galleries and more. This proje is sponsored by The Humanities project CouncilSC and the University of South Carolina a School of Jo Journalism and Mass Communications. Find our memories at SCN SCNewspaperHistory.org
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AttendeesLeeH arter Howard Hoffman Scott Hunter Brendan KearneyThe Times and Democrat Publishing Group of America Aiken Standard The Post and CourierOrangeburg, SC Atlanta, GA Aiken, SC Charleston, SCHeidiH eilbrunn JulieH olcombe CoreyH utchins SusanK elly-GilbertThe Greenville News The Greer Citizen Free Times Independent MailGreenville, SC Greer, SC Columbia, SC Anderson, SCAlexH icks MichaH oward Darcey Ipock Peter KentHerald-Journal Anderson, SC Anderson, SC Clemson UniversitySpartanburg, SC Clemson, SC AnneH owey SeftonI pockBrianH icks Lancaster, SC Independent Mail FeliciaK itzmillerThe Post and Courier Anderson, SC Greenwood, SCCharleston, SC Robert Howey The Lancaster News C.G rantJ ackson Andrew KnappStephanieH icks Lancaster, SC The Post and Courier Columbia, SCSpartanburg, SC Charleston, SC JohnH uff LiciaJ acksonHollyH indman Independent Mail DianeK nich SC Biz NewsThe News & Reporter Anderson, SC The Post and Courier Columbia, SCChester, SC Charleston, SC HaleyH ughesDawn Hinshaw Ashley Jenkins Aiken Standard MaureenK rieseThe State Chester, SC Aiken, SC Greenville, SCColumbia, SC Mary Jenkins Tom Kriese JeffH ughes Chester, SC Greenville, SC Myrtle Beach, SC TravisJ enkins CindyL andrum The News & Reporter Community Journals Chester, SC Greenville, SC RogerJ ewell TheoL ane Travelers Rest Monitor Duke Energy Travelers Rest, SC Greenville, SC RickJ iran CarlL arson Duke Energy Greenwood, SC Greenville, SC MichelleL axerL arson FrankJ ohnson Index-Journal Summerville Communications Greenwood, SC Summerville, SC RogerL ee TownNews.com Richard Johnson Chaska, MN Independent Mail Anderson, SC MarshaL ightsey Wyche Law Firm MarkJ ohnston Greenville, SC Community Journals Greenville, SC WallaceL ightsey Wyche Law Firm Lisa Jones Greenville, SC GSA Business Greenville, SC DaleL inder-Altman The Times and Democrat SusanneK appler Orangeburg, SC Fort Jackson Leader Columbia, SC AndyL yons The Post and Courier Charleston, SC