From left: Roderick Agius (IĠM General Secretary), Karl Wright (IĠM Chairperson), Tanya Borg Cardona (BA Chairperson) and Pierre Cassar (BA Chief Executive Officer).
During a short ceremony held at the Broadcasting Authority this afternoon, Mr Karl Wright, Chairman of the Institute of Maltese Journalists met with Ms Tanya Borg Cardona, Chairperson of the Broadcasting Authority about this year’s 26th Edition of the Malta Journalism Awards.
Ms Tanya Borg Cardona confirmed that the Broadcasting Authority will again this year be the main sponsor of the Broadcast Media categories of the Malta Journalism Awards. Ms Borg Cardona said that the Authority is proud to be associated with these Awards which give recognition to the journalists’ endeavors during the year. He said that it was very evident that the Awards are achieving the objectives of the Institute to improve the quality of journalistic works and also to entice more journalists to work harder. Continue reading
The launch of the MJA 2016
The Institute of Maltese Journalists (IĠM) launched the 26th edition of the annual press awards, known as the Malta Journalism Awards, with 16 categories. Apart from the journalist himself/herself, Editors and Heads of News Departments may select and submit entries that they consider to be the best work of any individual journalist/s, irrespective of whether that journalist belongs to the same newsroom or not. Submissions can also be forwarded by organisations, corporations and bodies.
In both cases, consent has to be given by the individual journalist/s concerned by filling the appropriate part on the Official Application Form prior to submission of entry by the Editor, Head of News Department, or organisations/corporations/bodies.
“For the 26th consecutive year, the Institute of Maltese Journalists is organising the Malta Journalism Awards to celebrate journalists’ hard work. In its efforts to broaden the public appreciation in different journalistic areas, the Institute is this year launching a new category in collaboration with KNPD, which is the National Commission for Persons with Disability. The prize will acknowledge the best ethical and positive reporting in the disability sector. While I thank KNPD for its sponsorship, I take the opportunity to thank all of the other sponsors who renew their loyalty to IĠM and to the journalism sector on an annual basis. 2015 was another year during which different media houses produced various journalistic works, contributing to a very good standard. This brings me to urge all members of the media to participate through submission of their work, ensuring that the next edition of the Malta Journalism Awards will be another occasion for rewarding the hard work of journalists, opinionists, photographers and camerapersons,” said IĠM Chairman Karl Wright. Continue reading
Karl Wright (xellug), Chairman tal-Kunsill tal-Istitut tal-Ġurnalisti Maltin jirċievi l-isponsorship mingħand is-Sur Noel Farrugia, Direttur Maniġerjali tal-kumpanija Brittania Services Limited
L-Istitut tal-Ġurnalisti Maltin din is-sena ngħaqad mal-kumpanija Brittania Services Limited li qiegħda tappoġġa l-awards għall-ġurnalisti Maltin u Għawdxin li l-Istitut jorganizza ta’ kull sena. Għall-ewwel darba, il-kategorija dwar il-ġurnaliżmu mal-ivvjaġġar qed tkun sponsorjata mill-kumpanija Brittania Services Limited.
Is-serata finali tal-awards tal-ġurnalisti Maltin se ssir il-Ġimgħa, 10 ta’ Lulju fi SmartCity Malta, il-Kalkara.