Mail On Sunday in running for 13 top awards: Newspaper nominated in prestigious Press Awards

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Mail On Sunday in running for 13 top awards: Newspaper nominated in prestigious Press Awards

Post  wyatt1 on Sun Feb 15, 2015 2:54 pm

The Mail on Sunday has scooped a magnificent 13 nominations in this year’s Press Awards.
The paper is shortlisted as Newspaper of the Year for its startling exclusives, high-quality writing and commercial success.
One story – our revelation that the campaigning ‘This is what a feminist looks like’ T-shirts were made in Mauritius workshops by women paid 62p an hour – earned three separate nominations: Scoop, Front Page, and Reporter of the Year for Ben Ellery.




Our brilliant reigning News Team of the Year are nominated again for this and other stories, including our exposé of the links between Fiona Woolf and Leon Brittan that caused her to step down from chairing the child abuse inquiry and earned another Scoop nomination for writers Martin Beckford and Simon Murphy.


Ian Birrell is shortlisted as Foreign Reporter for searing reports on Ukraine, Islamic State and in the ebola zone. 
Event writers Adrian Deevoy and Deborah Ross are nominated as Interviewer and Critic of the year.



Simon Cable is shortlisted as Showbiz Reporter for his astonishing story of the secret tragedy of Michael McIntyre’s late father.
Sports writer Nick Harris is nominated for his brilliant investigations and our whole fantastic sports team for the Team award. 
Matt Lawton is also nominated as Sport Writer for articles in the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday.
Winners will be announced at a gala dinner at the London Marriott Grosvenor Square held by the Society of Editors for the Journalists’ Charity on March 10.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2954047/Mail-Sunday-running-13-awards-Newspaper-nominated-prestigious-Press-Awards.html#ixzz3RolymzVm 
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Re: Mail On Sunday in running for 13 top awards: Newspaper nominated in prestigious Press Awards

Post  Lord Edmund Moletrousers on Sun Feb 15, 2015 7:44 pm

@wyatt1 wrote:The Mail on Sunday has scooped a magnificent 13 nominations in this year’s Press Awards.
The paper is shortlisted as Newspaper of the Year for its startling exclusives, high-quality writing and commercial success.
One story – our revelation that the campaigning ‘This is what a feminist looks like’ T-shirts were made in Mauritius workshops by women paid 62p an hour – earned three separate nominations: Scoop, Front Page, and Reporter of the Year for Ben Ellery.




Our brilliant reigning News Team of the Year are nominated again for this and other stories, including our exposé of the links between Fiona Woolf and Leon Brittan that caused her to step down from chairing the child abuse inquiry and earned another Scoop nomination for writers Martin Beckford and Simon Murphy.


Ian Birrell is shortlisted as Foreign Reporter for searing reports on Ukraine, Islamic State and in the ebola zone. 
Event writers Adrian Deevoy and Deborah Ross are nominated as Interviewer and Critic of the year.



Simon Cable is shortlisted as Showbiz Reporter for his astonishing story of the secret tragedy of Michael McIntyre’s late father.
Sports writer Nick Harris is nominated for his brilliant investigations and our whole fantastic sports team for the Team award. 
Matt Lawton is also nominated as Sport Writer for articles in the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday.
Winners will be announced at a gala dinner at the London Marriott Grosvenor Square held by the Society of Editors for the Journalists’ Charity on March 10.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2954047/Mail-Sunday-running-13-awards-Newspaper-nominated-prestigious-Press-Awards.html#ixzz3RolymzVm 
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The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday have an impressive record of scooping media industry awards and running successful campaigns, some of which have been of benefit to ethnic minorities. For example, Steven Lawrence's family would never have got justice but for the tenacity of the Mail's investigative journalism team. So, the nominations don't surprise me in the slightest and I'm pretty confident that when it comes to awards time the papers will be prominent among the winners.

What the group's detractors - the majority of whom declare on one hand that they would never read the papers, let alone have them in their homes - don't realise is that most of the nominations for the Press Awards and other media accolades together with the final judging are made by peer journalists and publishers...including those from newspapers and publishing groups that in political terms are diametrically opposed to the Mail group's proudly proclaimed Right wing stance and historic support for the Conservative Party.

Personally, I regard the rants of Mail haters as being absolutely worthless. They are based on nothing more than what has been published or blogged online by sites dedicated to, er, churning out rabid anti-Mail material.

Some of them also have a record of carefully editing (and sometimes not so carefully!) of the Mail's news coverage and features to ensure that the so-called "published" version can be open to valid criticism and condemnation...a bit like Scrat's and Didge's proven records of altering the posts of others in order, in some way, to lend support to their own prejudiced rambling.

So, my own best wishes go to the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday in the forthcoming contests.
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