Eight newspapers are in with a chance of being crowned Newspaper of theYear at the West Midlands Media Awards. It has been revealed that the Tamworth Herald, The Sentinel, SentinelSunday, Coventry Evening Telegraph, Shrewsbury Chronicle, Sunday Mercury,Birmingham Post and Birmingham
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.
Staff from the Bristol Evening Post, Bournemouth Daily Echo, Shields Gazette and Western Mail are among those in the running for a Newspaper Society award. The nominations are part of the Society’s Newspaper Sales and Promotions Awards, which include several
This year’s One World Media Awards will feature a special award specifically aimed at the regional press and other local media. Entries are being invited for the competition which recognises cultural, social and political coverage of the wider world, and
A cub sports reporter for the Macclesfield Express has been named Young Reporter of the Year in a national competition. Sixth form student Tom Green impressed judges with a sports report he submitted to a contest run by the glossy
Belfast News Letter writer Ruth Loney has received a surprise award in recognition of her outstanding contribution to equestrian sport. The journalist was presented with the Coup de Coeur trophy while she was reporting on the Bordeaux world cup show
Journalists working in the Merseyside area are being invited to enter a new awards scheme launched by the Merseyside Media Network. Ten awards are up for grabs at the event, sponsored by Littlewoods, including news journalist of the year, features
Howard Griggs, hockey writer for The Argus in Brighton, has been highly commended in a national competition. Howard, who has been with The Argus for five years, finished runner-up in the Hockey Writers’ Club regional newspaper writer of the year
Kent & Sussex Courier chief reporter Trisha Fermor has been named Kent Journalist of the Year. The journalist scooped the top honour at this year’s Shepherd Neame Kent Journalist of the Year Awards where the best of the county’s journalists
Sports journalists are being invited to put themselves forward for a prestigious award which could net them £1,000. The Jim Rodger Memorial Award is awarded annually to a sports journalist under the age of 35 in honour of the late
A photo competition open to people throughout the Commonwealth is offering £2,000 as its top prize. The Commonwealth Photographic Awards were last year topped by Canadian John Lehmann for his picture that, according to the judges, “could not get closer
Regional press photographers covering this year’s FA Cup are being invited to enter a new competition which has been launched by the Nationwide Building Society. Searching for the best images that capture the passion and essence of the annual footballing
Print journalists from the regional media are being invited to submit entries for the 2004 Amnesty International UK Media Awards. The annual ceremony will take place at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts on Thursday, May 13 in
Highland News reporter Helen Bushnell has been named Highlands and Islands Journalist of the Year. The 25-year-old collected her award from Deputy First Minister Jim Wallace at the Highlands and Islands Press Ball at the Newton Hotel in Nairn. Helen,
Young sports journalists are in with a chance of winning a share of £2,500 for writing about horse racing. The quality of writing is much more important than a detailed knowledge of racing for this prize. But the work submitted
The Northern Scot has scooped the Newspaper of the Year title at the Highland and Islands Media Awards for the second year running. As the winners were revealed, judges said the Moray newspaper had maintained its high standards over the