Have you launched a major online or mobile initiative, a structure that has helped you achieve big new goals or coordinated a event or project that drove significant change in your community? If so, we want to recognize your innovations.Every month, the Associated Press Media Editors recognizes an Innovator of the Month. Winners will be recognized for their outstanding content development and innovative projects that have had significant impact in local communities.This is a chance for your newspaper to show off great work and to help fellow editors by sharing your great innovations.It's simple to submit your Innovations. Just fill out this form and attach an image or submit a link.
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PAST WINNERS OF INNOVATOR OF THE MONTH
January 2011: Register Citizen (Torrington, Conn.)Innovator of the Year expands: January winner is Register Citizen of
Victoria (Texas) Advocate takes February innovator honors
March 2011: News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.)INNOVATOR OF THE YEAR: MARCH'S WINNER IS NEWS & OBSERVER
April 2011: AP PennsylvaniaProject on staffing of the Penn. General Assembly is April Innovation
May 2011: The Statesman (Salem, Ore.)May Winner of Innovator of the Month: The Statesman Journal in Salem, Ore.
June 2011: Lawrence Journal-World (Lawrence, Kan.)Lawrence Journal-World seals a win as Innovator of the Month (June)
July 2011: Arizona Republic (Pheonix, Ariz.)Arizona Republic wins July Innovator of the Month
August 2011: The Winnipeg Free Press (Winnipeg, Manitoba)The Winnipeg Free Press wins August Innovator of the Month award
September 2011: Quad-City Times (Davenport, Iowa)Quad-City Times wins Innovator of the Month for Friday Night Tweets
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