Winner of 2018 Associated Press Managing Editors Awards, div. I, best video, 1st place
Winner of 2018 USA TODAY Network Journalism Awards, 3rd quarter, digital storytelling finalist
Winner of 2018 Media Network of Central Ohio, Aug. MVP Award, 1st place
Judges comments “The video was simple but told the story in a way that captured the emotion and significance of a family torn apart by immigration policies including a teenager who after the raid became the sole bread (winner) for his family.”
Judges comments “Tariffs can be a difficult story to tell but Corfman succinctly explained the problem and used one voice to explain the plight farmers find themselves in while the trade debate goes on hundreds of miles away.”
Riders Unlimited rallies around ailing leader 4:30
Patti Tucker, 69, of Fremont was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in March 2017. Now in the fourth week of chemotherapy after surgery, she is donating her hair before it falls out to be made into a wig for a child.
Winner of 2017 Ohio News Photographers Association, May clip contest, 1st place feature
Winner of 2017 Media Network of Central Ohio, May video MVP award
Opponents of Benton Township quarry dumping are concerned about the possible long-term health effects from contaminants leeching into groundwater as a result of Rocky Ridge Development LLC dumping spent lime sludge into the quarry.
Judges comments “Very good reporting that’s backed with photos, a video and a map that labels key locations. The photos are particularly impactful because they let the reader see the homes and properties of affected residents. Nicely done.”
Freddie Bice was born with Cornelia de Lange Syndrome, a genetic disorder that causes problems with social interaction. Every year, his mom throws him and his special needs friends a party of love and acceptance.
Winner of 2016 USA Today Network Journalism Awards 2nd quarter, div. III – finalist video
Judges comments: “You can feel the mother’s desire to provide her son with happiness through the interviews and wonderful camera work of a dancing Freddie Bice. The interviews keep the viewer engaged to the end. Through the interviews Corfman asks viewers to reflect on the families of special needs individuals and how joy is found in the little things in life.”
WWII plane 1:20
The way home for Miles 2:35