Organizational Newspaper Finalists 2017-2018: Pinnacle Awards

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Posted: Wednesday, August 22, 2018 9:30 am

Over the next few weeks, CMA will announce the Pinnacle Award finalists, beginning with individual work (in advertising, broadcast, design, online, photo, sports and writing categories) and leading up to organizational Pinnacles: the best newspapers, stations, magazines, websites and yearbooks of 2017-18. 

Finalists: Tweet about your success and tag CMA: @collegemedia! All: Share the finalists’ work as best-of examples.

Winners will be announced at #collegemedia18, the ACP/CMA Fall National College Media Convention, held Oct. 25-28 in Louisville.

Watch collegemedia.org and follow CMA on Twitter and Facebook for finalist announcements and links to the award-winning work.


College Media Association is excited to announce the organizational Pinnacle Award finalists in the newspaper category! 

Four-Year Daily Newspaper of the Year

Iowa State Daily, Iowa State University

The Daily Texan, University of Texas at Austin

Daily Bruin, UCLA

Daily 49er, California State University at Long Beach

Four-Year Less-Than-Weekly Newspaper of the Year

Arrow, Southeast Missouri State University

The Banner, California Baptist University

The Mercury, University of Texas at Dallas

The University News, Saint Louis University

Four-Year Weekly Newspaper of the Year

The Auburn Plainsman, Auburn University

The Ball State Daily News, Ball State University

The Commonwealth Times, Virginia Commonwealth University

Two-Year Newspaper of the Year

The Collegian, Tarrant County College

The Union, El Camino College

The Advocate, Contra Costa College

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