Reuters on Monday was named a winner of 14 Malofiej International Infographic Awards, one of the most prestigious awards for information graphics in news. Reuters received four gold, five silver and five bronze awards in the competition.
The Reuters infographic ‘Drowning in Plastic,’ which visualized the world’s addiction to plastic bottles, won a gold award in the Print-Features category and a silver award in the Digital-Formats category.
Reuters also received a gold award in the Breaking News Portfolio category, for pieces on topics such as Australia’s bush fires and how they spread, the Sri Lanka attacks and redactions in the Mueller report.
In the Digital-Innovation Format category, Reuters received two gold awards—for ‘The race to save the river Ganges’ and ‘The China Challenge: Nuclear Secrets.’
- Reuters other winners included:
Silver, Digital-Breaking News: Japan counts the cost of Typhoon Hagibis
Silver, Digital-Breaking News: Sri Lanka attacks coverage
Silver, Digital-Features: India is running out of water
Silver, Digital-Portfolios: Reuters Information Graphics Portfolio
Bronze, Digital-Features: How Islamic State lost Syria
Bronze, Digital-Breaking News: Australia bushfires: State of emergency
Bronze, Digital-Breaking News: Devastation at a church in Negombo
Bronze, Digital-Portfolios: Reuters Data Portfolio
Bronze, Digital-Portfolios: Reuters Graphics Stories Portfolio
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[Reuters PR blog post]
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