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PwC Media Excellence Award 2018 Calls for Entries

By Dipo Olowookere

Organisers of the PwC Media Excellence Award 2018 are calling on journalists in Nigeria to submit entries for consideration.

The PwC Media Excellence Awards celebrates and rewards excellence in business reporting in Nigeria.

The competition is open to professional journalists on a full time employment or freelancers working in Nigeria, who have produced a story that falls within the categories covered by the award and that is available on a platform whose primary audience is Nigeria.

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According to the organisers, journalists selected in each category by the panel of judges will be named journalist of the year in that category and will receive a cash prize of N500,000.

It was disclosed that the award will recognise and reward excellence in Tax Reporting, Capital Markets Reporting, SMEs Reporting, and Business & Economy Reporting.

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The panel of independent, respected and experienced judges will be looking for entries that display well organised research and insight; demonstrate journalistic integrity; show originality and resourcefulness in crafting their story; are very relevant to the Nigerian situation; and follow the provisions of the entry guidelines.

“To enter for PwC Media Excellence Awards, 2018, please ensure to upload your entry and a passport image.

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“Remember that entries of whatever file type must not exceed 5MB in size. Requirements marked with * are mandatory. Please ensure you have read the entry guidelines before proceeding,” the organisers said.

Business Post gathered that deadline for submission is Thursday, September 13, 2018.

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Dipo Olowookere is a journalist based in Nigeria that has passion for reporting business news stories. At his leisure time, he watches football and supports 3SC of Ibadan.

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