AAN News

Euclid Media Group Acquires St. Louis Weekly, Riverfront Times

Cleveland-based company purchases multimedia property from Voice Media Group. (FULL STORY)
Euclid Media  |  03-25-2015  3:55 pm  |  Press Releases

Sarah Fenske To Replace Heikes as Editor of L.A. Weeklynew

Hours after L.A. Weekly editor Drex Heikes announced his departure, Riverfront Times managing editor Sarah Fenske was introduced as his replacement.
Los Angeles Times  |  10-24-2011  9:46 pm  |  Industry News

Sarah Fenske Named Livingston Award Winnernew

Riverfront Times managing editor Sarah Fenske has been named as one of four Livingston Award winners — and the recipient of a $10,000 prize — for a 2010 Phoenix New Times investigative piece.
Romenesko  |  06-07-2011  2:56 pm  |  Honors & Achievements

Three Alt-Weekly Writers Are Livingston Finalistsnew

Among the finalists are Sarah Fenske for her work that appeared in Phoenix New Times, former Riverfront Times writer Kristen Hinman, and SF Weekly staff writer Peter Jamison.
The Livingston Awards  |  05-02-2011  4:11 pm  |  Honors & Achievements

Two Clarion Awards for VVM Writersnew

Association for Women in Communications  |  08-04-2010  5:14 pm  |  Honors & Achievements

How I Got That Story Live Chat: Sarah Fenske Talks About Her Award-Winning Columns

Phoenix New Times' Sarah Fenske, who won first place for column writing in this year's AltWeekly Awards, was interviewed by the Santa Fe Reporter's Zane Fischer (who won the column-writing award in 2008) in a live chat today. (FULL STORY)
AAN  |  11-27-2009  2:51 pm  |  Association News

Another 'How I Got That Story' Live Chat Scheduled for Friday

At 3 pm EST, this Friday, Nov. 27, AAN will continue its live chat series with 2009 AltWeekly Award winners when Phoenix New Times' Sarah Fenske, who won first place for column writing, will be interviewed by the Santa Fe Reporter's Zane Fischer (who won the column-writing award in 2008). (FULL STORY)
AAN  |  11-23-2009  2:17 pm  |  Association News

Alt-Weeklies Clean Up at Arizona Press Club Awardsnew

Phoenix New Times and Tucson Weekly took home a total of 13 first-place awards, with New Times winning in eight categories and the Weekly placing first in five. New Times staff writers Sarah Fenske and Paul Rubin both triumphed in two categories, and the Weekly's Margaret Regan managed the same feat. Both AAN papers also received a number of second- and third-place prizes. Winners of the awards, which honor the best in Arizona print journalism, were announced last week at a Phoenix banquet.
Arizona Press Club  |  05-17-2007  7:53 am  |  Honors & Achievements

Houston Press Reporter Wins IRE Awardnew

All the finalists in the "Newspapers: Local Circulation Weeklies" category were AAN members, but Todd Spivak came out on top for "Run Over By Metro." The prestigious awards, given by Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc., recognize the most outstanding watchdog journalism of the year. Judges said Spivak's "compelling and vivid narrative writing gives extraordinary power to the victims' stories and fuels the outrage over the agency's misconduct." The other finalists were Sarah Fenske of Phoenix New Times (for "Cracked Houses"), Dan Frosch of the Santa Fe Reporter (for "The Wexford Files"), and Matthew Fleischer of LA Weekly (for "Navahoax").
Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc.  |  03-27-2007  9:12 am  |  Honors & Achievements

New Times Newspapers Dominate NABJ Awards

The National Association of Black Journalists announced the winners of its Salute to Excellence Awards competition this weekend in Washington, D.C. The organization handed out six first-place prizes for newspapers with circulations of 150,000 or less, and every last one of them were awarded to New Times papers. Here's the complete list of NABJ award winners.
10-18-2005  12:29 pm  |  Industry News