The Sentinel has been named West Midlands Newspaper of the Year at an event to reward the best of the region’s press. For the second year running the top prize at the West Midlands Media Awards went to the Stoke
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.
An Evening Chronicle photographer and features writer have won top awards for their work. Photographer Dave Charlton won Picture of the Year at the recent Trinity Mirror Photographic Awards, while writer Beth Neil has been handed the Rosemary Goodchild Award,
The Derby Evening Telegraph and Leicester Mercury have been rewarded for their printing quality in a prestigious worldwide competition. The two regional newspapers are among 50 titles to have been awarded membership to the Ifra International Newspaper Colour Quality Club
The best of the regional press in the North East is set to compete for a host of prizes at next month’s Tom Cordner Transco North East Press Awards. More than 60 journalists and publications have been shortlisted in a
Newspaper staff from Bath and Somerset have celebrated their successes at the region’s second annual Oscars awards. More than 400 editorial, advertising and newspaper sales staff from Bath, Wells, Clevedon and Taunton gathered for the Nortcliffe-run event, where a host
Yorkshire Evening Post sub-editor Liz Carnell has been presented with a prestigious Big Difference Award for making a positive impact on the community. The journalist, who is also the founder and director of Internet charity Bullying Online, picked up the
Regional press journalist James Walsh is up against competition from national newspapers and the broadcasting industry in a bid to be recognised for his work covering the asylum issue. The Clydebank Post writer penned a series of articles on the
The Citizen has been crowned Regional Newspaper of the Year at this year’s Newspaper Sales and Promotions Awards. The Gloucester-based title won over judges at the Newspaper Society event, who said the paper “punches well above its weight in a
The Argus, Brighton, has been named Daily Newspaper of the Year in the annual Newsquest editorial awards. Simon Bradshaw, editorof The Argus, receives theDaily Newspaperof the Year award from Paul Davidson, Newsquest’s chairman and chief executive The judge described the
The nominees for the 2004 NewspaperAwards are: Regional Newspaper of the Year The Goss International Premier Award for all regional weekday daily newspapers Daily Echo, BournemouthEvening Chronicle, NewcastleEvening Star, IpswichLeicester MercuryReading Evening PostShropshire StarWestern Daily Press Regional Weekly Newspaper of
Northcliffe Newspapers has rewarded the hard work of its staff at a special gala evening and awards ceremony. The group’s best editorial campaigns, initiatives and sale generating ideas were recognised at its internal Circulation, Editorial and Promotion Awards. Among the
Regional journalists are being invited to enter a writing competition offering a top prize £5,000. Open to business and financial writers, the contest will reward journalists who have contributed to the awareness and understanding of the Alternative Investment Market. Organised
Several regional newspapers are set to compete against the national press in the web-based categories of the 2004 Newspaper Awards. Following last week’s announcement of the print nominees, the shortlists for the final two categories of Best Daily Newspaper on
The Belfast Telegraph emerged victorious as Newspaper of the Year in the IPR/BT Northern Ireland Press and Broadcast Awards. Its sister title Sunday Life was named Best Sunday Newspaper at the awards night in the Ramada Hotel Belfast, while staff
The Ayrshire Extra has been honoured for its role in helping to make the community a safer place. The Archant-owned title received an award at the Ayrshire Community Safety Partnership’s Good Citizenship Awards 2004. Editor Scott Barr said: “This is