Almudena Toral, Andrea Patiño Contreras, Mauricio Rodríguez Pons, Lorena Arroyo, Patricia Clarembaux, Ana María Rodríguez, Eulimar Núñez, Juanje GómezUnivision News Digital
Director of photography: Bernadette Tuazon, Photo Editor: Brett RoegiersCNN
Photos and videos by Yuri Kozyrev and Kadir Van Lohuizen|NOOR for Fondation Carmignac; Story by Dan Lamothe; Photo editing by Nick Kirkpatrick, Chloe Coleman and MaryAnne Golon; Video editing by Sarah Parnass; Text editing by Tiffany Harness; Additional text by Adam Mowder and Tiffany Harness; Map by Laris Karklis; Design and development by Jason Bernert and Brian Gross; Project management by Nick Kirkpatrick and Julie Vitkovskaya. First Hurricane Matthew, then Florence: A town in constant recovery: Photos by Michael Williamson; Video by Zoeann Murphy; Text by Katie Mettler; Photo editing and field production by Nick Kirkpatrick; Video editing by Joy Yi; Design and production by Joanne Lee and Matt Callahan. Surviving Parkland: Photos by Matt McClain; Words by Sarah Kaplan; Photo editing by Karly Domb Sadof and MaryAnne Golon; Design and development by Andrew Braford; Graphic by Chris Alcantara and Aaron Steckelberg; Copy editing by J.J. Evans. What Unites Us: Photos and interviews by Ricky Carioti, Marvin Joseph, Toni L. Sandys, Matt McClain, Bonnie Jo Mount, Bill O’Leary, Jonathan Newton and Linda Davidson. Text and editing by Ann Gerhart. Photo production by Annaliese Nurnberg. Photo editing by Karly Domb Sadof and Wendy Galietta. Design and development by Danielle Rindler and Jake Crump. Copy-editing by Jordan Melendrez. Video animation by John ParksThe Washington Post
Lauren Frohne, Corinne Chin, Erika Schultz, Bettina Hansen, Ramon Dompor, Emily M. Eng, Steve Ringman, Lynda V. Mapes, Jerry Large, Tan Vinh, Nina Shapiro, Ben Woodard, Laura Gordon, Frank Mina, Danny Gawlowski, Thomas WilburnThe Seattle Times
Judges: The judges for the 2019 Best of Photojournalism Online Video, Presentation and Innovation categories were AJ Chavar, an independent video journalisms, producer and photographer, Andrew Hida, an independent filmmaker, Bethany Mollenkof, an independent photographer and filmmaker, Gabriela Arp, an independent filmmaker, Haimy Assefa, of NBC News, and Josh Davis, of Vice News.