Henry Frederick

People, Places and Things

Media Memberships

Florida Press Club
IRE (Investigative Reporters & Editors)
National Society of Professional Journalists
North-Central Florida chapter Society of Professional Journalists

Journalism Awards

Journalism Awards / Henry Frederick
Headline Surfer® / Founding publisher and sole owner, award-winning 24/7 internet newspaper serving the Daytona Beach-Orlando Metropolitan Area via HeadlineSurfer.com (initially NSBNews.net), launched April 7, 2008-present

Taunton (Mass.) Daily Gazette/City Editor/nearly 2 years
* 5-day series with entire newsroom staff, "Safety in our schools." 1st place enterprise reporting/public service, 2006 New England Press Assn.
* 3-day investigative series "Pipeline Hell" with reporter on a shady developer. 1st place environmental reporting, 2005 New England Press Assn.
* Series "Pipeline Hell" investigative journalism award, small dailies, 2005 Suburban Newspapers of America. Daytona Beach News-Journal/Staff Writer/8 years
* Society of Professional Journalists, Florida Chapter, 2004, 2nd place/large newspapers, Investigative Reporting, "Silent Cries" (3-day series on child homicides).
* Florida Society of Newspaper Editors, 2004, honorable mention, investigative "Silent Cries."
* Society of Professional Journalists, Florida Chapter, 2004, breaking news, hon. mention/large newspapers, "Community mourns death of longtime area educator."
* Society of Professional Journalists, Florida Chapter, 2003, 1st place/large newspapers, Front Page Sports Reporting "Lawsuit monopoly justifies splitting up NASCAR."
* Society of Professional Journalists, Florida Chapter, 2003, 2nd place/large newspapers, breaking news "The execution of Aileen Wuornos."
* Florida Press Club, 2003, 2nd place, excellence in general news writing, "Property takeover may change boardwalk," "Unusual cases re-ignite legal arguments on Miranda rights," and "Word on the street: Few police."
* Florida Society of Newspaper Editors, 2003, 3rd place, sports, "Lawsuit: Monopoly justifies splitting up NASCAR."
* Society of Professional Journalists, Florida Chapter, 2002, 3rd place/large newspapers, breaking news, "(Trull) Brothers on trial."
* Florida Press Club, 2002, 3rd place, excellence in general news writing, "Spring Break: Collision Course," "Lawsuit: Monopoly justifies splitting up NASCAR," and "Behavior nets police chief two-week unpaid suspension."
* Society of Professional Journalists, Florida Chapter, 1998, 2nd place/large newspapers, breaking news "Little boy: He shot and killed my friend."
* Society of Professional Journalists, Florida Chapter, 2004, honorable mention/large newspapers, James K. Batten Award for public service project: "Spring Hill."
The (Nyack, N.Y.) Rockland Journal News/Staff Writer/8 years
* New York State Associated Press, 1992, Spot News honorable mention, "Two charged in gas station slaying.

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