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2022 Murrow Award Entry: NHPR's Digital Journalism

N.H. health officials pulled out the stops to reach more diverse communities for COVID-19 vaccine access, like this event at La Fama, a Latinx barbershop in Nashua.
Gaby Lozada
At La Fama barbershop in Nashua, the strength of interpersonal relationships brought people into smaller COVID-19 vaccination clinics. NHPR reported on clinics like this one, where Edgar Ovalle (L) was vaccinated, as a part of our continued digital coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ambitious, creative, relevant digital journalism is at the heart of NHPR's newsroom.

In 2021, we used data and graphics to explore the ongoing impact of the pandemic on the state's residents. We experimented with video for a series of profiles of New Hampshire's Latino community. And we held local and state leaders accountable for shortcomings in housing oversight.

Those are just a few ways in which we used digital journalism to fulfill our mission as a public service newsroom.

Samples from our 2021 digital journalism:
Visibles: Stories From Our Community

Explore the Data: Tracking COVID-19 in New Hampshire

Manchester renters say they're unprotected from poor housing, eviction

As COVID Alarm Bells Went Off At Valley Street Jail, County Officials Gave It High Marks

Energy and climate change in NH: What you need to know

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