Three on short list for journalist of the year

Three entries have been selected on the short list for the 2013 Graham Perkin Australian Journalist of the Year Award.

They are:

  • Caroline Wilson, of The Age, for her coverage of the Essendon Football Club drugs scandal
  • Amanda Hodge, of The Australian, for coverage of Pakistan and gang rape in India
  • James Campbell, of the Herald Sun, for his coverage of the tapes scandal that led to the demise of Victorian Premier, Ted Baillieu

The 38th annual Perkin Award, with a $20,000 prize, is the richest journalism award in Australia.  It is awarded to a single piece of work or a portfolio that is excellent and memorable.  It is named after the legendary editor of The Age who died suddenly in 1975 at the age of 45.

Judges for the 2013 award are Laura Tingle, Laurie Oakes and Jill Baker.  The winner will be announced at the Melbourne Press Club Quill Awards Dinner in Melbourne on 21 March. Click here to book.

The award is administered independently by the Melbourne Press Club and supported by Swinburne University.  The cash prize is supplied by The Age.

Enquiries:  Michael Smith  0411 055 306

Three entries have been selected on the short list for the 2013 Graham Perkin Australian Journalist of the Year Award.

 

They are:

  • Caroline Wilson, of The Age, for her coverage of the Essendon Football Club drugs scandal

  • Amanda Hodge, of The Australian, for coverage of Pakistan and gang rape in India

  • James Campbell, of the Herald Sun, for his coverage of the tapes scandal that led to the demise of Victorian Premier, Ted Baillieu

 

The 38th annual Perkin Award, with a $20,000 prize, is the richest journalism award in Australia. It is awarded to a single piece of work or a portfolio that is excellent and memorable. It is named after the legendary editor of The Age who died suddenly in 1975 at the age of 45.

 

Judges for the 2013 award are Laura Tingle, Laurie Oakes and Jill Baker. The winner will be announced at the Melbourne Press Club Quill Awards Dinner in Melbourne on 21 March. Bookings at www.melbournepressclub.com

 

The award is administered independently by the Melbourne Press Club and supported by Swinburne University. The cash prize is supplied by The Age.

 

 

Enquiries: Michael Smith 0411 055 306Three entries have been selected on the short list for the 2013 Graham Perkin Australian Journalist of the Year Award.

They are:
Caroline Wilson, of The Age, for her coverage of the Essendon Football Club drugs scandal
Amanda Hodge, of The Australian, for coverage of Pakistan and gang rape in India
James Campbell, of the Herald Sun, for his coverage of the tapes scandal that led to the demise of Victorian Premier, Ted Baillieu

The 38th annual Perkin Award, with a $20,000 prize, is the richest journalism award in Australia.  It is awarded to a single piece of work or a portfolio that is excellent and memorable.  It is named after the legendary editor of The Age who died suddenly in 1975 at the age of 45.

Judges for the 2013 award are Laura Tingle, Laurie Oakes and Jill Baker.  The winner will be announced at the Melbourne Press Club Quill Awards Dinner in Melbourne on 21 March. Bookings at www.melbournepressclub.com

The award is administered independently by the Melbourne Press Club and supported by Swinburne University.  The cash prize is supplied by The Age.


Enquiries:  Michael Smith  0411 055 306