michael landauer

assistant editorial page editor, community opinions, The Dallas Morning News
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michael landauer is assistant editorial page editor for community opinions at The Dallas Morning News. He was promoted to that role in 2004 after serving the newspaper as editorial writer for suburban pages, and copy editor, page designer, business wires editor, editorial writer and editorial page editor for Arlington Morning News. Landauer was editor of the Best Op-Ed Page in 2006, according to the Association of Opinion Page Editors, and was project manager of a death penalty series that won Best Theme Page in 2007 from AOPE. Other honors include a Katie Award for General Column in Southwest mid-sized markets, Samaritan Inn's Good Samaritan Award for leadership on Collin County homelessness issues and, as a team member, winner of the Edward Willis Scripps Award for leadership on First Amendment issues for urging the Texas Legislature to end voice votes that conceal voting records and American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children media award for leadership on child neglect and abuse issues. Before Landauer joined the Dallas newspaper, he worked at the Houston Chronicle and was a Dow Jones Newspaper Fund copyediting intern. A journalism graduate of Texas A&M, Landauer serves on the Journalism Advisory Committee and Student Media Board at the university.


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