New York Times, Associated Press, Sports Illustrated win big at the Deadline Club awards dinner

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Media Ink columnist Keith Kelly interviews Newsweek and the Daily Beast’s editor-in-chief, Tina Brown, at the 2011 Deadline Club Awards. See photos

The New York Times, the Associated Press and Sports Illustrated took home the most honors at the Deadline Club’s annual awards dinner Monday night, each receiving four awards for excellence in journalism during 2010.

The Times won two of the Deadline Club’s most prestigious awards: The Daniel Pearl Award for Investigative Reporting for “The War Logs/State Secrets” and The Public Service Award of Alan Schwarz’s continuing series on sports concussions.

The AP won awards for spot news reporting and enterprise reporting, as well as in the categories of spot news photo and online multimedia, interactive graphics and animation.

Sports Illustrated won for magazine feature reporting and science reporting and took home awards in two photography categories: feature photo and sports photo.

Vanity Fair, The Forward and Time.com took home two awards each and joined a total of 18 media organizations who were honored before a crowd of more than 200 journalists at the Waldorf-Astoria.

The awards ceremony featured an interview of Newsweek Daily Beast editor Tina Brown, who was questioned by Deadline Club board member and New York Post “Media Ink” columnist Keith Kelly.

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