Eric Breindel Award for Excellence in Opinion Journalism
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The Eric Breindel Award for Excellence in Opinion Journalism, also known as the Eric Breindel Journalism Award, is an annual award commemorating Eric Breindel, a former editorial page editor of the New York Post. It is given to "the columnist, editorialist or reporter who best reflects the spirit of Mr. Breindel's writings: Love of Country and its democratic institutions as well as the act of bearing witness to the evils of totalitarianism."
The award was instituted in 1999 with an endowment from Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, and is administered by the Eric Breindel Memorial Foundation. From 2006 onwards, winners receive $20,000; earlier winners received $10,000.
As second award, the Eric Breindel Collegiate Journalism Award, has been given annually since 2006. As of 2009, it offers $10,000 plus a paid internship at Fox News Channel, The Wall Street Journal, or the New York Post.
The awards are announced in June every year.
Eric Breindel Journalism Award winners
2012 Andrew Ferguson 2011 Fouad Ajami 2010 Mona Charen 2009 Charles Krauthammer 2008 Bret Stephens of the Wall Street Journal 2007 Max Boot 2006 Mark Steyn 2005 Claudia Rosett 2004 Daniel Henninger 2003 Michael Kelly 2002 Victor Davis Hanson 2001 Jay Nordlinger 2000 Tom Flannery, then a columnist at The Carbondale News 1999 Jeff Jacoby
Eric Breindel Collegiate Journalism Award winners
2012 Angela Hunt, University of North Carolina, Wilmington 2011 Charles Johnson, Claremont McKenna College 2010 John-Clark Levin, Claremont McKenna College 2009 Carl Kelm, Stanford University 2008 Elise Viebeck Claremont McKenna College 2007 John Wilson, Claremont McKenna College 2006 Matt Mireles, Columbia University
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