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Mid-Day flooded with entries for ‘The Brief Media Awards 2001’

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Mid-Day flooded with entries for ‘The Brief Media Awards 2001’

The Mid-Day Multimedia Group has till now received 630 entries for ‘The Brief Media Awards 2001’. The Mid-Day Group has set up media awards for journalists called ‘The Brief Media Awards 2001’. The last date for sending entries for the awards is June 25. The awards will be announced on June 29.

Even as there won’t be any big prize money in the award, it is being seen as a significant recognition of the journalists’ work. Among others, Information and Broadcasting Minister Sushma Swaraj is expected to be present. There would be 10 judges on the panel of judges to choose winners in eight categories.

The awards, which are open to all forms of media including press, television, dotcoms, and radio, will cover investigative journalism, human interest, entertainment, socially significant areas, media brands, media innovation, media marketing, and editor of the year.


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