Vida en el Valle was named the nation’s best weekly publication by the National Association of Hispanic Publications during its virtual conference last week.
This is the 13th time that the newspaper has received the José Martí award for the best of its division since 1997.
Vida en el Valle also won first prize in its category in 1992 (less than weekly publication) and 2007 (global Latin weekly). The bilingual weekly category was discontinued in 2006 before being resurrected in 2010.
The newspaper, which is published by The Fresno Bee, also won two José Martí awards at the association’s conference held on October 6 and 7. He added two silver prizes and three bronze prizes.
“We are delighted to be honored for our work covering issues of importance to the Latino community,” said editor Juan Esparza Loera. “Our work to get the best news out continues. “
The best prices in the other categories went to La Opinión de Los Ángeles (daily); La Raza newspaper of Chicago (weekly); The Mega Nota from Columbus, Ohio (less than a week; and Movida from San Francisco (magazine).
Chicago’s Reflejos won second place for the bilingual weekly.
The José Martí Awards were created in 1990 and are considered the most prestigious national awards in Latin print media. Vida en el Valle was first published in 1990, but did not participate in the NAHP awards until 1992.
Vida en el Valle won first places for Editorial / English (“Trump shows little love for immigrants” by Esparza Loera), and for national political history (“To apply or not to apply remains a DACA dilemma »By María G. Ortiz- Brionne).
The silver prizes were for a local political story (“Another Calderón, the Fifth, Joins the State Assembly” by Esparza Loera), and for a news photo from the 2020 Fresno County Academic Decathlon by Esparza Loera.
The bronze awards were for the history of health (‘Comunidad indígena y los retos de la pandemia‘by Ortiz-Briones); entertainment story (‘Fuller House’ a huge adventure for Argentine actor Juan Pablo Di Pace ‘by Ortiz-Briones), and, for the website.
Vida en el Valle has two zoned editions: one covering the Fresno, Merced, Modesto regions and the other focusing on the Stockton region.
The NAHP, founded in 1982, has 232 members.
Esta historia fue publicada originalmente el 11 October 2021 2:52 pm.