Atlantic Journalistic Achievement Award
Deadline: February 15, annually
Eligibility: Journalists and other media organizations are invited to nominate themselves or others for this award. In either case, the judges require a brief but clear and complete written description of the nature of the achievement and why it should be recognized.
Value: The winner will receive a framed scroll.
Atlantic Journalism Awards, School of Journalism,University of King's Colle
6350 Coburg Rd.
Halifax, NS B3H 2A1
Description: The award will be presented each year for an outstanding contribution to journalism in Atlantic Canada. The recipient may be an individual journalist, a team of journalists, or a media organization. The award may be presented for an outstanding achievement that year, or for achievements over time.
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