Organisers of The 2004 Newspaper Awards have revealed a series of changes to the annual competition, including several new or revised categories. Entries to next year’s competition will soon be invited, with the entry form due to be posted on
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.
The 2004 Picture Editors’ Awards will see the introduction of a new category to recognise photographers working in editorial fashion. The annual competition will again be calling for entries from January 1, and these must be submitted online through the
Salisbury Journal publisher Bill Browne had the tables turned on him at the city’s Business Awards. Having presented cups to three winners on the night, he then picked up a trophy himself. Bill, who has been at Salisbury Newspapers for
The Shropshire Star has won a national award in recognition of the quality of its colour printing. The newspaper’s production team was presented with the Roy Thomas Trophy by the Goss Users Association after submitting three pages which showed off
Coventry’s Youth Offending Service has won a prestigious national award following a series of articles in the Evening Telegraph about its work. The service – which is at the cutting edge of beating youth crime – picked up the national
Stoke Sentinel motoring columnist John Swift has been voted the Guild of Motoring Writers Regional Journalist of the Year. He also came runner-up in The AA Trophy for writing on political, environmental, legal and safety issues. He was honoured with
Coventry Evening Telegraph reporter Emma Snodgrass has scooped a prize at this year’s Prince’s Trust Local Reporting Awards. The journalist picked up the award in the professional category of the competition for an article she wrote earlier this year about
The Hull Daily Mail has been named Yorkshire Daily Newspaper of the Year at this year’s Yorkshire Press Awards. The newspaper picked up the prestigious award during a ceremony at the Cedar Court Hotel in Wakefield last night. The Mail
A Yorkshire Evening Post sub-editor has been highly commended in the Beacon Fellowship Awards 2003. Liz Carnell is the director of the Harrogate-based charity Bullying Online which she founded with her son John in 1999. With almost 800 nominations, a
The Evening Leader was named Newspaper of the Year for 2003 at North Wales Newspapers first-ever awards dinner. Announcing the award, managing director Kevin McNulty said that judges described the Evening Leader, which has editions for Wrexham, Chester & Flintshire
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
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