Tanvi Misra was featured on The Laura Coates Show to discuss her reporting on a domestic violence survivor’s asylum case.
Fortune’s Broadsheet newsletter mentioned Louise Donovan’s reporting on female migrant workers facing financial barriers.
Louise Donovan was featured on It’s All Journalism podcast to discuss her reporting on domestic workers using TikTok.
Washington — The Fuller Project has won a Gold Telly Award in the branded-content, general not-for-profit category for its Behind-the-Scenes with The Fuller Project Impact Video.
The Telly Awards is the premier award honoring video and television across all screens. Established in 1979, The Telly Awards receives over 12,000 entries from all 50 states and 5 continents. Entrants are judged by The Telly Awards Judging Council—an industry body of over 200 leading experts including advertising agencies, production companies, and major television networks, reflective of the multi-screen industry The Telly Awards celebrates.
The behind-the-scenes impact video featured five Fuller Project reporters and editors, and showcased the detailed reporting and impact of their stories, ranging from child marriage in Bangladesh to domestic workers trapped in the Gulf during COVID-19. This project was spearheaded by The Fuller Project’s communications team and independent video director, Abbie Steckler, who helped produce, research and edit the video.
“In the face of a year like no other, the visual storytelling community has continued to defy the limitations of our new world. Achievements have been both societal, such as embracing social media platforms to raise awareness about injustices and promote solidarity for movements, as well as geographical, like developing fully remote pipelines for dispersed teams”, says Telly Awards Executive Director Sabrina Dridje. “This year’s submissions doubled down on what we already know about the industry. Creativity cannot be stopped. Collaboration will always prevail. New ideas and stories will always find a way to break through to an audience.”
CNN’s Reliable Sources Newsletter mentioned Holly’s new position at The Fuller Project as US Deputy Editor.
Talking Biz News mentioned Holly’s new position at The Fuller Project as US Deputy Editor.
Washington — The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences has named “Behind the Scenes with The Fuller Project” a Webby Honoree in the Video: Public Service & Activism category. Hailed as the “Internet’s highest honor” by The New York Times, The Webby Awards, presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS), is the leading international awards organization honoring excellence on the Internet.
IADAS, which nominates and selects The Webby Award Winners, is comprised of Internet industry experts including Internet inventor Mozilla Chairwoman Mitchell Baker; MOMA Senior Curator Paola Antonelli; Host of NPR’s Code Switch Shereen Marisol Meraji; R/GA Global Chief Creative Officer Tiffany Rolfe; Co-Inventor of the Internet Vint Cerf; DJ and Founder, Club Quarantine D-Nice; Co-host Desus & Mero on Showtime Desus Nice; SVP of Content at Twitch Michael Aragon; Twitter Senior Director, Product Design Richard Ting; and Founders of VERZUZ Swizz Beatz and Timbaland.
The behind-the-scenes impact video featured five Fuller Project reporters and editors, and showcased the detailed reporting and impact of their stories, ranging from child marriage in Bangladesh to domestic workers trapped in the Gulf during COVID-19.
“Honorees like The Fuller Project are setting the standard for innovation and creativity on the Internet,” said Claire Graves, Executive Director of The Webby Awards. “It is an incredible achievement to be selected among the best from the nearly 13,500 entries we received this year.”
As a result of the high quantity and quality of entrants, being selected as an Official Honoree means an entry has been selected as one of the best on the Internet as part of the Webby judging process. Less than 20% of entries in the Webby Awards are deemed Official Honorees.
The Mercury News mentioned The Fuller Project’s investigation on the alleged abuse workers faced inside Kate Hudson’s Fabletics factory in Lesotho.
Louise Donovan was featured on BBC’s Woman’s Hour to discuss her reporting on domestic workers using TikTok
Fox Business mentioned The Fuller Project’s investigation on the alleged abuse workers faced inside Kate Hudson’s Fabletics factory in Lesotho.
People mentioned The Fuller Project’s investigation on the alleged abuse workers faced inside Kate Hudson’s Fabletics factory in Lesotho.
Louise Donovan was featured on NBC News NOW to discuss her reporting on TikTok and domestic workers.
Washington – The Fuller Project has won three Platinum Hermes Creative Awards in the nonprofit, infographic and interactive brand experience categories for its behind-the-scenes impact video and International Women’s Day interactive map.
Hermes Creative Awards is an international competition for creative professionals involved in the concept, writing, and design of traditional and emerging media. Hermes Creative Awards recognizes outstanding work in the industry while promoting the philanthropic nature of marketing and communication professionals.
The award was based on creativity and judged on its own merit with entries receiving scores of 90-100 for Platinum Winners.
The behind-the-scenes impact video featured five Fuller Project reporters and editors, and showcased the detailed reporting and impact of several of their stories. The Fuller Project’s stories ranged from child marriages in Bangladesh to domestic workers trapped in the Gulf during COVID-19.
For International Women’s Day, The Fuller Project created an interactive map that highlighted the stories honoring the women who have tackled inequality in their communities around the world.
Hermes Creative Awards is administered by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP). The international organization consists of several thousand marketing, communication, advertising, public relations, digital media production, and freelance professionals. AMCP oversees awards and recognition programs, provides judges, and awards outstanding achievement and service to the profession.
COO, Lilian Tan was recognized as a 2021 40 Under 40 Honoree by the Leadership Center for Excellence.
CEO Xanthe Scharff was a guest on Global Impact’s podcast with Michael Bociurkiw discussing the importance of journalism and The Fuller Project’s continued coverage of women during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Khushbu Shah was a guest on The Journalism Salute’s podcast discussing how The Fuller Project cultivates its stories, creates impact for women around the world and advice for aspiring journalists.
CEO, Xanthe Scharff spoke with Humanity United about The Fuller Project’s journalism and its impact on women and their communities.
CEO Xanthe Scharff was a guest on Al Jazeera’s The Take podcast today in an episode featuring the voices of working women and the obstacles they face.