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Triton wins Society of Professional Journalists award

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The Triton was awarded second place for best trade or special interest publication by the Society of Professional Journalists, Florida Pro chapter on July 22.

Nova Southeastern University’s Horizons was awarded first place and the the Sun Sentinel’s City & Shore Magazine came in third at a presentation at the University of Miami. The 23rd annual Sunshine State awards recognize quality journalism from print, broadcast and online journalists in Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Journalists from out of state served as judges.

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3 thoughts on “Triton wins Society of Professional Journalists award

  1. Chuck Bortell

    CONGRATULATIONS, regarding the journalism awards, to you, Lucy, David and “The Triton” staff.

    BRAVO ZULU!!!

    Fair winds and following seas,
    Chuck Bortell
    Crew Insurance Associates

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