York Vision, the student newspaper of the University of York, has been crowned best student newspaper at the NUS National Student Media Awards. The award follows hot on the heels of the paper’s success at the recent Guardian Student Media
There are now an ever-increasing number of regional and national industry awards providing recognition for the hard work journalists put in to producing newspapers each day.
HoldtheFrontPage helps run two major awards schemes – the UK-wide Society of Editors’ Regional Press Awards, and the EDF Energy Regional Media Awards which cover the South West, East of England and London and South-East regions.
Whatever the award, whether it be for specialist writing or UK-wide events, we will strive to cover them in this section.
A Yorkshire Post writer has scooped a top prize at this year’s Wella Hair Journalism Awards. Stephanie Smith was chosen as the winner of the Best Regional Article category for the second year running. She collected her award during a
The best new journalism talent has been celebrated at the Guardian Student Media Awards. This year’s event attracted a record number of entries, and saw the University of York’s York Vision crowned Student Newspaper of the Year for the second
The winners of the Archant Awards 2003 have been announced at a ceremony held at the Alexandra Palace in London. Some 1,200 staff from across the country saw publications, products and people from across the community media company scoop prizes
David Mellor is to be the guest speaker at next year’s West Midlands Media Awards. The outspoken former Tory MP (pictured), who now runs his own international business consultancy as well as writing columns for several newspapers, will be the
This is the full list of Archant Awards 2003 winners and finalists Journalist of the YearWinner: Mark Nicholls, EDP, Archant Norfolk, Finalists: Alex Gore, Evening News, Archant Norfolk; Danielle Nuttall, EADT, Archant Suffolk; Grant Sherlock, Ilford Recorder, Archant East London
The winners of the 2003 Newspaper Society Weekly Newspaper Awards are: Paid-for weekly Newspaper of the Year Hampstead & Highgate Express Free weekly Newspaper of the Year Kent on Sunday Best news journalist – Paid-for weekly newspapers Kelly Crane –
Newspaper staff from across the country have been celebrating after scooping prizes at Johnston Press’s annual awards night. The event was part of the group’s annual editorial and newspaper sales conference, and saw the Yorkshire Evening Post crowned Johnston Press
The popular Race in the Media Awards are being put on hold ready for a redesign and re-launch next year. The event, hosted by the Commission for Racial Equality, rewards all areas of the media for helping public understanding of
The Foreign Press Association Media Awards 2003 – which have had a record number of entries this year – will take place next month in London. The presentation dinner will be attended by HRH The Earl of Wessex, KCVO, leading
Two regional press journalists have been honoured in a national competition which recognises the best financial journalism. Peter Sharples, from the Manchester Evening News, was named Personal Finance Regional Journalist of the Year at the 2003 Bradford & Bingley Personal
The Hampstead and Highgate Express has been named Paid-For Weekly Newspaper of the Year at this year’s Newspaper Society Weekly Newspaper Awards. The award was one of more than 30 handed out at a ceremony in Stratford-upon-Avon, where the best
All of Trinity Mirror’s north-east operations covering Newcastle and Teesside now have official quality standards with the award of the ISO 9001 2000 Accreditation for Quality to the Gazette Media Company. The ISO Quality Accreditation in Teesside is seen as
West Midlands journalists are being encouraged to shout about their successes of the past year and get their entries in for the West Midlands Media Awards. After the successful launch of this year’s competition, organisers are hoping the event will
Judges of the National Student Media Awards have revealed which entries caught their eye, with the announcement of this year’s shortlist. Organisers said the competition, run by the National Union of Students in association with the Daily Mirror, attracted a