National Magazine Award, Finalists

The American Society of Magazine Editors named the following ProPublica projects as finalists for the 2024 National Magazine Awards:

“The Kids of Rutherford County,” a four-part narrative podcast created by Serial Productions and The New York Times and hosted by former Local Reporting Network partner Meribah Knight of WPLN Nashville Public Radio, is nominated in the podcasting category.

“The Night Doctrine,” an animated documentary directed by ProPublica’s Mauricio Rodríguez Pons and Almudena Toral in partnership with The New Yorker, is nominated in the video category.

“Someone Tell Me What to Do,” a partnership with The Texas Tribune and a written companion to a documentary with PBS Frontline, is nominated in the reporting category.

“How Columbia Ignored Women, Undermined Prosecutors and Protected a Predator For More Than 20 Years,” a partnership with New York Magazine, is nominated in the public interest category.

“Friends of the Court” is also nominated in the public interest category. ProPublica’s Justin Elliott, Joshua Kaplan, Brett Murphy, Alex Mierjeski and Kirsten Berg contributed to the series.