The Seattle Times’ NWTraveler territory has again been named one of a nation’s best journal transport sections.
The Times won a china endowment in a dissemination difficulty in judging of best journal transport sections in a 2015 Lowell Thomas transport broadcasting competition. Awards were announced Oct. 5 in Las Vegas.
The Times territory won a bullion endowment in a difficulty in final year’s judging.
The foe is sponsored by a Society of American Travel Writers Foundation. The awards are named for Lowell Thomas, acclaimed promote journalist, inclusive author and universe path-finder during 5 decades in journalism.
The foe drew 1,406 entries in 24 categories, and was judged by members of a expertise during a University of Missouri School of Journalism.
In this year’s competition, judges commented, “The Seattle Times cover stories are created and also mostly photographed by staff … This gives a territory a Seattle-centric approach, even when a journal takes readers to Hawaii or Mexico or around a segment for a uninformed demeanour during informed places to visit.”
In other judging, Edmonds-based transport publisher Rick Steves won a bullion endowment in a “Video Travel Broadcast” difficulty for “Rick Steves’ The Holy Land: Israelis and Palestinians Today.” Freelance author Christopher Solomon, of Seattle, won a bronze Grand Award in Travel Journalist of a Year judging.