The Marginalised Continent' which revealed how Africa's share of voice in the international media was very small and didn't provide information about the business environment on the continent.
To qualify for the Diageo Africa Business Reporting Awardsall submissions must have been published or broadcast in the period 24 March — 15 March What the judges are looking for: Our panel of independent, highly respected and experienced judges are looking for overall excellence in business journalism within a framework of insight and integrity.
They will be looking for entries which demonstrate: All media, including blogs and other online material, are eligible in every category Journalistic flair — a style that is engaging, though-provoking and accessible to its audience Entries must reach the secretariat by Wednesday 15 March No exceptions will be made.
Entries received after this date will be disqualified. The finalists selected by our panel of judges will be invited to attend in person an awards ceremony in London, UK, on Thursday 11 July The finalists attending will receive return flights economy class to London, UK, and accommodation, chosen by Diageo, for the awards ceremony on Thursday 11 July Finalists are responsible for procuring appropriate visa documentation to travel, although Diageo will reimburse the cost of the visa application.
Diageo will not pay for any legal or other professional fees that may be procured during the visa application process. Diageo also recommends that finalists purchase adequate travel insurance. You can only enter a maximum of three pieces.
Each piece may only be submitted once.
In instances where more than three entries are submitted, only the first three will be considered. In instances where a piece is submitted more than once it will only be considered for the first category it was entered.
There is a wide selection of categories, so select the category most relevant to your story. Submitted pieces should be a feature or series of related features delivered on any media platform print, broadcast, online.
Features should be no more than words or one hour in length. Where a series of related features are submitted as a single entry, these should not be more than words, or one hour, in total.
Please provide all the relevant details on the form. Please provide a brief synopsis of no more than words describing your submission This will be used in awards collateral if it is selected to go through to the next round.
Submission details to be provided for each piece as follows: Format s of submission s to be provided as follows: Please provide live URL. Please attach print entries No bigger than 10MB each.
Please put multiple files into one zipped folder if possible. Please state what you are sending and to which secretariat office you are sending your work, name of the courier company and tracking reference.
Please see below for the addresses of the secretariat offices. Completed entries must reach the secretariat by 5: No extension will be made to this date and entries received after the deadline will not be considered.
The Categories Please go through your eligible stories all submissions must have been published or broadcast in the period 24 March — 15 March All categories are open to print, radio, television and online journalists.
Best Information and Communication Technology ICT feature A feature or series of related features delivered on any media platform print, broadcast, online that examines any aspect of the ICT sector in a thoughtful and engaging way. This might include, but is not limited to, telecommunications infrastructure, mobile, networking, security, cybercrime, e-learning, hardware, software or internet.
This might include, but is not limited to, investment opportunities, retail banking, credit cards, corporate finance, mobile money or payment systems.
Best Infrastructure feature A feature or series of related features delivered on any media platform print, broadcast, online that examines any aspect of infrastructure physical or otherwise in a thoughtful and engaging way. Features addressing issues of energy and transport can enter this category.
This might include, but is not limited to, infrastructure development projects, aviation, oil, roads, rail or energy. This might include, but is not limited to, climate change, agriculture, food security, water management, farming or resource management. Best Tourism feature A feature or series of related features delivered on any media platform print, broadcast, online that examines business aspects of the tourism industry in a thoughtful and engaging way.
This might include, but is not limited to, sustainability, conservation, marketing and branding, or investment. Best Business News story A news story or series of related stories delivered on any media platform print, broadcast, online that: Addresses a breaking news story from the time period of the awards Answers all basic questions in a clear and balanced fashion Demonstrates journalistic flair — a style that is engaging, though-provoking and accessible to its audience.CNBC Africa received the Best Television Feature for the programme "Doing Business in Africa" at the Diageo Africa Business Reporting Awards.
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Diageo, the world’s leading premium drinks company, announced the winners of the Diageo Africa Business Reporting Awards at a gala ceremony in London yesterday. Diageo, the world's leading premium drinks business, today announced the finalists in the Diageo Africa Business Reporting Awards.
The winners of the ten categories will be announced during the Awards ceremony, which will take place in London in July.