The 2002 Newspaper Awards – the only accolades to recognise and honour production excellence – will take place this year on May 21.
More than 800 newspaper industry executives, suppliers, sponsors and guests attended last year’s event – the fifth annual Newspaper Awards, in The Grosvenor House Hotel, where the host and compere for the evening was TV host and presenter Jonathan Ross.
The Newspaper Awards are run in association with Production Journal and Fujifilm Graphic Systems.
This year’s event will take place on Tuesday 21 May at a new venue, The Dorchester Ballroom.
Online entry forms are available from www.newspaperawards.newstech.co.uk and the closing date for entries is February 28.
National Newspaper of the Year;
Regional Newspaper of the Year;
Sunday Newspaper of the Year;
Newspaper Printer of the Year;
Best Daily Newspaper on the World Wide Web; Best Use of Colour;
Best Use of Computer-to-Plate Technology;
Coldset Colour Supplement of the Year;
Heatset Colour Supplement of the Year;
Weekly Newspaper of the Year;
Personality of the Year;
Special Interest Newspaper of the Year;
Newspaper Design of the Year;
Best Weekly Newspaper on the World Wide Web;
Best Use of Digital Communications.
Some of last year’s big winners included The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Leicester Mercury, The Daily Telegraph, Business AM, Guardian Unlimited, The Jewish Chronicle, West Ferry Printers, The Times Magazine, The Sun, The Kent Messenger and The Times Literary Supplement.
Sponsors for 2002 include Stora Enso, Fujifilm Graphic Systems, Digital Technology International and Agfa. Kodak Polychrome Graphics, PcsdoNet, Aii, Usher Walker, Precision Colour Printing, Picdar and Production Journal are also supporting the event.
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