How to enter

The British Journalism Awards will take place on the 12th of December 2024, celebrating the best public interest journalism produced for UK audiences. The event attracts entrants and attendees from every leading broadcaster, newspaper, magazine, online and business publisher in the country.

Last year the British Journalism Awards attracted over 900 award entrants and more than 500 attendees. This is the only major set of UK Journalism awards which is open to all media and has an emphasis on promoting public service. The British Journalism Awards judges are chosen for their expertise and independence.


Entry Fees:

➤ National news organisation: £120 + 3.5% processing fee + VAT
➤ Regional news organisation: £85 + 3.5% processing fee + VAT
➤ Freelance journalists: £60 + 3.5% processing fee + VAT
The Marie Colvin award category is free to enter


The fees will be waived if at least one of the below cases applies:

• I confirm that I am from a non-white ethnic minority and do not have an employer willing to underwrite my application.
• I confirm that I am a female and do not have an employer willing to underwrite my application.
• I confirm that I have a disability under the terms of the Equality Act 2010 and do not have an employer willing to underwrite my application.

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Judging Criteria:


Qualification period of work must be between the 1st September 2023 - 31st August 2024.

Did the work have an impact? Did it make a difference

Did it show skill and rigour?

Did it ultimately serve the public interest?

Was it also interesting to the public?
➤ Did it bring important new public interest information to light?

 

Key Dates:


➤ Entries Open:
21st May 2024

➤ Entry Deadline: 4th October 2024 (23:59 BST)

➤ Shortlist Announced: 24th October 2024

➤ Award Ceremony: 12th December 2024