Videos

David Ignatius: Founders Award for Excellence: Acceptance Speech (part 1)

David Ignatius of the Washington Post urged journalists to resist the "growing pressure in our business to be 'embedded'" -- to take a side in any cause – a trend that now seems to tolerate journalists contributing to political campaigns. Read More...


David Ignatius: Founders Award for Excellence: Acceptance Speech (part 2)

Washington Post Columnist David Ignatius received the Founders Award for Excellence in Journalism for his commentary on international affairs. Read More...


2010 Knight International Journalism Award Winner Daniela Arbex: Acceptance Speech

2010 Knight International Journalism Award winner Daniela Arbex, a correspondent for the Tribuna de Minas newspaper in Juiz de Fora, Brazil, gives her acceptance speech. Read More...


2010 Knight International Journalism Awards Winner Tosca Santoso: Acceptance Speech

Tosca Santoso, 2010 Knight International Journalism Awards winner gives his acceptance speech. Read More...


Biz Stone, Co-founder of Twitter Receives ICFJ's Innovation Award

Twitter Co-founder Biz Stone received ICFJ's first Innovation Award. His real-time information network has opened new ways to break news. Read More...


Hillary Clinton Congratulated 2010 ICFJ Award Winners

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton congratulated 2010 ICFJ Award Winners in a video address. Read More...


2010 Knight International Journalism Awards Winner Tosca Santoso

2010 Knight International journalism Award winner is Tosca Santoso, who founded Indonesia's first independent radio news agency in 1999. He started with a team of seven, who produced 15 minutes of news for seven radio stations each day. KBR68H is now Indonesia's largest radio network. Read More...


2010 Knight International Journalism Award Winner Daniela Arbex

This year ICFJ honors Daniela Arbex, a correspondent for the Tribuna de Minas newspaper in Juiz de Fora, Brazil. Arbex has reported on the hardships of minorities and the poor. Her stories have uncovered injustices and led to numerous changes in laws and policies in Brazil. Read More...


ICFJ would like to thank the stellar CBS News team for producing the amazing tribute videos of our award winners. Special thanks goes to CBS Producer Heather Scott , John Molloy, Tony Cavin, Anthony Mason and Jacqueline Barnathan who led the team and made this project a labor of love. We would also like to thank ICFJ Board Member Tom Curley and his team at APTN for donating footage for our videos.