The Award-Winning Columbus Dispatch
The Columbus Dispatch and its website, Dispatch.com, were named best in Ohio during the 2015 Ohio Associated Press Media Editor's annual conference and award luncheon in Columbus.
The Columbus Dispatch won 32 awards, and 13 of them were first-place awards, including general excellence for print and "best digital presence" for its website, Dispatch.com. The Dispatch staff won first for best use of social media. Judges said the Dispatch's Facebook feed "gives readers what they want and need in an informative and entertaining way."
The Columbus Dispatch is the only daily newspaper serving all of the Columbus, Ohio metropolitan market. Both the print and online arms of Ohio’s Greatest Home Newspaper are committed to providing the most accurate, timely and in-depth news and information to the Columbus metropolitan area.
The Columbus Dispatch is read by more than 879,367 Central Ohio adults each week making it the perfect place for your marketing message. Dispatch readers are generally highly educated, affluent and have money to spend on things they want or need.
In addition to the incredible reach The Columbus Dispatch also offers more than 20 highly targeted special sections each year which give advertisers the opportunity to reach customers who are actively seeking out their message. Please download a copy of the 2015 Columbus Dispatch Special Section List which is listed below.
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The Columbus Dispatch, Student Press Law Center receive Pulliam First Amendment Award
The Columbus Dispatch and the Student Press Law Center have been awarded the Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award for their fight against hidden campus crime rates and how crime is handled.
Presented by the Sigma Delta Chi Foundation, the Society of Professional Journalists' educational foundation, the award and its $10,000 prize recognize a person or organization that has fought to protect and preserve one or more of the rights guaranteed by the First Amendment. It is given in memory of Eugene S. Pulliam, publisher of The Indianapolis Star and The Indianapolis News from 1975 until his death in 1999. He was a staunch supporter of the First Amendment. Click here for a list of previous honorees.
In 2014, the Columbus Dispatch, with help from the Student Press Law Center, did an investigative series on campus security titled “Campus Insecurity.” You can read the full publication here.