Judges' comments will be available on the SABEW
website later this week.
awards reflect the best business coverage in the country each year.
There's a simple reason for this thirst for knowledge, according to the University of Missouri's Martha Steffens, who coordinates the SABEW
Being honored by two prestigious journalism organizations -- SABEW
and the New York Press Club -- is a testament to the hard work and expertise The Deal's staff brings to bear on complex financial stories.
Workshop organizer Marty Steffens, the SABEW
chair at the Missouri School of Journalism, rounds out the speakers.
Established in 1964, the SABEW
was formed to promote superior coverage of business and economic events and issues.
awards recognize excellence in business and financial journalism across all news platforms.
Registration is available for $179 for SABEW
members and $229 for non-members.
Brian Grow of Reuters, Margot Habiby of Bloomberg, Angel Gonzalez of Dow Jones and Elizabeth Souder of The Dallas Morning News will be featured at the one-day "Drilling Deep" workshop, sponsored by SABEW
with special funding from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation.
TheStreet CEO Daryl Otte commented, "TheStreet stands for unique, actionable analysis, and independent journalism, and the SABEW
awards are an acknowledgement of the increasing returns that we believe will continue to flow from the investments we have made in our editorial and technology.
represents the best and brightest of our peers in journalism, we are most grateful and honored to receive the recognition these awards confer," said Matthew Winkler, Editor-in-Chief of Bloomberg News.
The two awards will be presented on April 9, 2011, at the annual SABEW
conference to be held at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.