National Journalism Awards 2015 – Call for Online Entries
Closing date: Friday 4 September 2015
This year you can enter the IBP Journalism Awards online
To enter you simply format your three articles (you can use stories from any platform – online, in print, or broadcast) and submit them with your completed entry form and support material in the templates provided.
Filing your entry online should make the whole process easier and quicker and will encourage even more submissions.
In addition we have launched the Scoop of the Year category to specifically reward journalists’ skill in obtaining a story by seizing an opportunity or using a great contact demonstrating their working and writing skills.
Finally we have added a number of new judges including former award winners. These judges work across journalism, and the built environment.
These highly valued awards are supported by some of our industry’s leading companies and judged by panels of senior professionals. They are a fantastic opportunity for both new and established journalists in our sector. I urge you to pitch your best work against that of your colleagues and rivals, and to secure the public recognition that your work deserves.
I wish you the best of luck with your entries.
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Membership is open to national, regional, business and technical journalists, press relations and communications professionals and to employees and freelancers alike. Current members include many of the best known professionals on the field