From the L.A. Press Club to the Hearst Journalism Awards, Annenberg Media students have taken home plaques and trophies aplenty in recent years.

2016

HEARST JOURNALISM AWARDS

Madison Mills, sixth place, TV Features competition

2015

HEARST JOURNALISM AWARDS

Stassy Olmos, first place, TV Features

Logan Heley, second place, Radio

Stephanie Case, 14th place, Radio

L.A. PRESS CLUB

USC Annenberg School of Journalism, Best Website for News Organization Exclusive to the Internet, "NeonTommy.com"

USC Annenberg School of Journalism, Best News Website, "NeonTommy.com"

Will Federman and Matthew Tinoco, first place, Enterprise, "New South L.A. Hospital Faces Criticism Over Delays, Lack of Services"

Will Federman and Matthew Tinoco, first place, Public Service News or Features, "New South L.A. Hospital Faces Criticism Over Delays, Lack Of Services"

Kate Oh, first place, Best Commentary/Critique, "Is Pop Music More Queer Today Than in the Past?

Ryan David McRee, second place, Best Commentary/Critique, "There Are Signs of Greatness in Deaf West's 'American Buffalo'"  

Maureen Lee Lenker, third place, Best Commentary/Critique, "Has Actors' Equity Sounded a Death Knell For Small L.A. Theaters?"

Jerome Campbell, first place, Radio Light News Feature, "As Black As I Wanna Be?

Victor Figueroa, second place, Radio Light News Feature, "Carl the Bartender Keeps Santa Monica Laughing

Matt Levin, first place, Sports, "Draft Insurance

Victor Figueroa, first place, Use of Sound, "Carl the Bartender Keeps Santa Monica Laughing"

Alana Bracken, first place, Lifestyle Features, "An Inside Look Into The World Of Competitive Irish Dance

Christian Brown, second place, Lifestyle Features, "Will a Mass Grave in L.A. Be Your Final Resting Place?

Brianna Sacks and Will Federman, first place, Personality Profile, "Daniel Ellsberg: On the Republic We Couldn't Keep

Marah Alindogan, first place, Online Sports News or Feature, "Can Social Media Bring Back the Los Angeles Rams?

Olga Grigoryants and Daina Beth Solomon, first place, Youth News: Best Feature Writing, "40 Years for Four Shots

Paolo Uggetti, first place, Sports Commentary, "The NFL, America's Monster

Max Meyer, third place, Sports Commentary, "Penn State's NCAA Sanctions Lifted Due to Program, Why Not USC's?"

Neon Tommy Staff Reporters, third place, Best Feature Writing, "More Than Overcrowding: A Deeper Look at the Problem with Prisons

Neon Tommy Staff Reporters, second place, Activism Journalism, "More than Overcrowding: A Deeper Look at the Problem Within Prisons

Benjamin Dunn, third place, Sports Photo,  "USC Dives For the Football"

Benjamin Dunn, third place, Entertainment Photo, "USC Students Celebrate Springfest"

Faith Miller, Emily Thornburg, Heidi Carreon, Rebecca Gibian and Ani Ucar, second place, Hard News, "L.A. Reaction to Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

Rebecca Gibian, third place, Hard News, "'Yes Means Yes' Sets Affirmative Consent Standard for California

Will Federman and Matthew Tinoco, second place, Investigative, "Identity for Sale

Jeremy Fuster, third place, Entertainment Feature, "Is Sunset Strip Dying?

Neon Tommy Staff Reporters, third place, Best Feature Writing, "More Than Overcrowding: A Deeper Look at the Problem with Prisons

Maureen Lee Lenker, third place, Film/TV/Theater Feature, "Has Actors' Equity Sounded A Death Knell For Small L.A. Theaters?

Hillary Jackson, third place, Arts and Entertainment Feature, "Going to the Chapel: Tying the Knot Without Breaking the Bank"

Hillary Jackson, third place, Best Arts or Entertainment Feature, "Little Free Libraries Ask Neighbors, 'Whatcha' Readin'?'"

USC Annenberg Radio News, second place, Talk/Public Affairs, "November 5, 2014"

Matt Tinoco, third place, Educational Reporting, "LAUSD Software Inflicts Scheduling Chaos

Olga Grigoryants and Daina Beth Solomon, second place, Crime Reporting, "40 Years for Four Shots"

Daina Beth Solomon, second place, Online, "South LA Street Cooks Could Soon Go Legit"

Intersections South LA Staff, third place, Youth News: Best News Website, "IntersectionsSouthLA.org"

BEA STUDENT NEWS COMPETITION

Sarah Zahedi, first place, Radio Feature Reporting, "Me, My Dad and Marvin Gaye

Denise Guerra, second place, Radio Feature Reporting, "Metal Recyclers Look for Big Cash-Ins

Rosalie Murphy, third place, Radio Feature Reporting, "LA Bus Driver Sees All Sides of the City

Logan Heley, third place, Radio Hard News Reporting, "Reactions from the City of Bell

ASSOCIATED COLLEGE PRESS

Intersections South LA, finalist, Online Pacemaker, "IntersectionsSouthLA.org"

SPJ REGION 11 MARK OF EXCELLENCE AWARDS

Annenberg Radio News, Best All-Around Radio Newscast, "ARN Live Show – November 5, 2014"

Sarah Zahedi, national winner, SPJ Mark of Excellence for Radio Feature, "LAFD Aims to Recruit More Female Firefighters

Sarah Zahedi, first place, Radio Feature, "Me, My Dad and Marvin Gaye

Victor Figueroa, finalist, Radio Feature, "Carl the Bartender Keeps Santa Monica Laughing

Byrony Inge, finalist, Radio Feature, "Divided Love: A Nanny's Story

Sarah Zahedi, first place, Radio News Reporting, "LAFD Aims to Recruit More Female Firefighters

Matt Levin, finalist, Radio Sports Reporting, "How Draft Insurance Is Changing College Football