How Boston Globe covered 'Spotlight' Best Picture Oscar win (Photo)
Newspapers across the nation are leading today's edition with coverage of Sunday's Oscars, at which "Spotlight" won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
"Spotlight" is the story of how the Boston Globe uncovered the scandal of child molestation and cover-up within the Catholic Church, so would The Globe take advantage of the opportunity with a humble brag?
The story grace's today's cover with the simple headline: "The Oscar Shines on 'Spotlight.'"
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Cast members Liev Schreiber (left) and Mark Ruffalo reacted with glee Sunday night as "Spotlight," the drama about The Boston Globe's investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church, was named best picture at the 88th Academy Awards. Director Tom McCarthy and co-writer Josh Singer took earlier honors for original screenplay. Top acting Oscars went to Leonardo DiCaprio for "The Revenant" and Brie Larson for "Room. B10
The story continues on page B10, leading with "The Oscars came home to Boston" before morphing into a roundup of all the evening's winners. The Globe has separate articles about red carpet fashion, the race controversy and Chris Rock's monologue, but nothing too self-promotional.
The digital version of The Globe has a link to the 2002 story on which 'Spotlight' was based.
Check out the cover below:
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