Staff from regional newspapers across the North West will face local rivals next month at the 2005 North West Newspaper Awards. Sponsored by British Nuclear Group and organised by the North West region of the Society of Editors, the competition
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.
Broadcaster Jon Snow will celebrate students’ success
The Yorkshire Evening Post and the Birmingham Post will battle it out later this month for a coveted Race in the Media Award. The two newspapers have been shortlisted in the Local Newspapers category of the competition, which is run
Shropshire Star journalist Shirley Tart has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. Shirley, who is the paper’s royal correspondent, received the honour for services to the newspaper industry. She is part of the original reporting team which
Journalist from the Liverpool Echo have claimed top honours at the Merseyside Media Network Awards. More than 200 guests attended the glittering dinner, sponsored by Littlewoods, at the Holiday Inn Lime Street on Friday evening. Charles Garside, managing editor of
The 2005 winners of the EDF Energy South West Media Awards are: Newspaper Photographer of the Year: Gareth Williams, Express & Echo. “These were impressive pictures of real people in real situations, demonstrating style and technical competence. Gareth’s enthusiasm shines
Charles Garside, managing editor of the Daily Mail, is to present the Merseyside Media Network Awards next month. The former joint owner of Liverpool’s Mercury Press Agency will address more than 200 journalists and special guests at the Holiday Inn,
Work experience at the Mirror and up to £3,000 in prize money is up for grabs at this year’s Student Journalism Awards. Run by the National Union of Students and backed by the Daily Mirror, the competition is open to
The winners of the 24th Tom Cordner National Grid Transco North East Press Awards are: North East Newspaper of the Year Sponsor: North East Business and Innovation Centre Winner: Evening Chronicle, Newcastle Graeme Stanton Award – outstanding lifetime contribution to
Southend Echo crime reporter Michael Clarke has been named Shepherd Neame Essex Journalist of the Year. The journalist received his award at a presentation lunch, where he was praised for his coverage of the Sally Geeson murder case. Judges said
Nottingham Evening Post reporter Joanna Kowalski has beaten her national rivals to be named Journalist of the Year by the mental health charity Mind. Joanna is only the second regional journalist to win the prestigious title for her series: “A
The shortlist of nominees for the EDF Energy South West Media Awards 2005 has been announced. It reveals that more than 20 different publications are in with a chance of scooping a win at the inaugural awards. And – courtesy
The Lincolnshire Echo’s extensive coverage of girls’ and women’s football over the past seven years has been rewarded by the FA. It picked up the Regional Media Award at the FA Women’s Football Awards, held in London in front of
Olympic gold medallist Jason Gardener is to present the prizes at the EDF Energy South West Media Awards next month. The Bath-based sprinter is taking time out from his schedule preparing for the World Championships in Helsinki to join the
David Crow, from Glasgow University, has been named Student Journalist of the Year at the Scottish Student Press Awards. The award was one of four won by the university at the event, which is organised by The Herald, and as