Belfast Telegraph showbiz reporter Maureen Coleman has been named as the Top Irish Entertainment Journalist. Maureen, who has covered entertainment and written a showbiz column in the paper for four years, picked up the gong at this year’s Big Buzz
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 contenders for this year’s Guardian Student Media Awards have been revealed. The competition attracted a record number of entries and journalism hopefuls from across the country will now fight it out in 13 categories in the hope of being
Former Wanstead and Woodford Guardian chief reporter Sara Dixon has been honoured for her work by London Mayor Ken Livingstone. Sara was presented with a London Day Award for her positive contribution to the city made through her travel stories
The Leicester Mercury has won an award for its contribution to the enhancement of local Asian businesses. The paper was honoured with the public service gong at the Leicestershire Asian Business Association’s 20th Anniversary Business Appreciation Awards. Mercury deputy editor
The popular Race in the Media Awards have been given a new look, which organisers say will see the event return “bigger and better than ever”. The event, hosted by the Commission for Racial Equality, has been running for 11
News staff who helped make Newsquest South West a success have been rewarded at an awards ceremony to recognise their contribution. It was the first event of its kind for the area’s daily and weekly newspapers, and the top prize
HoldtheFrontPage is among the nominees for this year’s Newspaper Society Digital Media Awards. Your favourite journalism website has once again made the shortlist for the prestigious event, which recognises the best digital media initiatives from the industry. We have been
Newcastle Journal journalist Jane Hall has beaten competition from the nationals to scoop a top award. Features editor Jane won the British Insurance Brokers’ Association Journalist of the Year award 2003 at a ceremony in London – becoming the first
Eastern Daily Press journalist James Goffin has been awarded the Archant Norfolk Albert Holroyd Award for the Trainee Journalist of the Year. The award is made annually to the division’s outstanding trainee journalist, which this year went to James, who
Dundee Courier farming editor Andrew Arbuckle has scooped an award for the best horticultural news story of the year. Andrew was honoured for his work by the National Farmers’ Union of England and Wales at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Royal
The Liverpool Daily Post has picked up a hat-trick of awards at this year’s North West Newspaper Awards. The newspaper beat competition from titles across Cheshire, Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Cumbria to be crowned Daily Newspaper of the Year.
Journalists are being invited to enter this year’s Foreign Press Association Media Awards, which are set to be held in London later this year. The event is dedicated to excellence in foreign reporting and other areas of serious journalism, and
The Eastern Daily Press has picked up a top national award for its coverage of world poverty. The Norfolk-based newspaper won the Local Media Award at this year’s One World Media Awards, for its successful Abandoned Children Appeal. The appeal
More than 200 editors, MDs and journalists gathered to see the best journalism talent from across Merseyside recognised at a new media awards scheme. Winners of the Merseyside Media Network Journalism Awards were announced during a ceremony at Lime Street’s
Journalists and public relations staff from across Wiltshire gathered for an evening of celebration as the winners of this year’s Wiltshire Media Awards were announced. Print, Internet and broadcast journalism as well as PR were all represented as 13 prizes