The 8th annual Washington Women in Journalism Awards honored four of Washington’s top female reporters in a virtual ceremony on June 22.  This year, CBS Evening News anchor and managing editor Norah O’Donnell won the Hall of Fame award. PBS NewsHour White House correspondent/Washington Week host Yamiche Alcindor won the Outstanding Journalist in Broadcast Television award.  The New Yorker’s Susan Glasser was named Outstanding Journalist in Print, and The Washington Post’s Karen Attiah was named a Star to Watch.

“This year’s honorees are an incredibly talented group of women who have proven that they can report the news at their best under the immense pressure of our current times,” said Dittus.

Jointly hosted by Washingtonian CEO Catherine Merrill and Story Partners’ Founder and Chairman Gloria Story Dittus, the event was founded in 2014 to celebrate work by women in journalism in D.C, reports TV News Check.

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