CNN Digital wins Online Journalism Award for Mauritania project
Photo Credit: Edythe McNamee/CNN
September 24th, 2012
12:57 PM ET

CNN Digital wins Online Journalism Award for Mauritania project

Over the weekend, CNN Digital won Best Feature at the annual Online Journalism Awards for “Slavery’s Last Stronghold”, a project that investigated modern-day slavery in Mauritania. Spending nearly a year to gain entry into the country and conducting many of their interviews at night and in covert locations, CNN writer John Sutter and digital content producer Edythe McNamee went to great lengths to uncover the tragedy of multigenerational servitude in Mauritania. The project appeared in the form of the network’s first-ever digital magazine, which fuses video, text, photography and interactive components.

The Online Journalism Awards celebrate innovation and cross-platform storytelling and honor excellence in digital journalism around the world.


Topics: Awards • CNN Digital • CNN Freedom Project • Enterprise
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