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The Advocate wins two national journalism awards

The Advocate wins two national journalism awards

The Advocate's associate news editor, John Caldwell, and Advocate freelance writer Todd Henneman have won awards from the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. Caldwell won the Sarah Pettit Memorial Award for Excellence in LGBT Media, while Henneman came in second place. All awards will be presented in Chicago on Saturday evening, September 24, during the association's 15th anniversary gala dinner. Los Angeles-based television personality Steve Kmetko will emcee the ceremony. "This year's competition was among our finest," said NLGJA president Eric Hegedus. "Our judges faced a tremendous challenge in selecting the best of the best among a growing number of entries. We are especially proud of all honorees and the other excellent candidates." The NLGJA Excellence in Journalism Awards were established in 1993 to foster, recognize, and reward excellence in journalism on issues related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. (AP)

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