Listings 14-02-03

Launches

Yoga

Sector: lifestyle

Frequency: monthly

Price: £2.95 Publisher: Mind, Body and Spirit

Print run: 35,000

Yoga is a 100-page monthly glossy dedicated to alternative lifestyles. The first issue includes articles on tantric sex, a look at the latest fashionable workout clothes and features an interview with GMTV’s Penny Smith.

Editor: Ali Malik

Contact: Yoga, 6 Brewer Street, London, W1F 0sd Tel: 020 7439 6202

Fax: 020 7439 6203

Website: www.yogamagazine.co.uk

Events

The Media Society

Celebrities can sell everything nowadays. The Media Society is hosting a debate on whether the media might kill the goose that lays the golden circulation figures. Chaired by Carole Stone, author of Networking, the Art of Making Friends, the panel includes Edwina Currie, Heat editor Mark Frith, Roy Greenslade, Cosmo Landesman and News of the World associate editor Phil Taylor. Tickets cost £12 for Media Society members and £14 for non-members.

Date: 27 February

Time: 6.30-8pm

Venue: The Hippodrome, Leicester Square, wc2

Contact: Dorothy Josem, Flat 1, 24 Park Road, NW1 4SH

Tel: 020 7723 5059

E-mail: dot@djosem.freeserve.co.uk

Awards

Bridgestone Digital Reporter

Aspiring motor sport journalists aged 18 to 30 can win the opportunity to cover a Formula One race . Three finalists will also attend a press event in Mugello, Italy, to provide interviews and reports for tyre manufacturer Bridgestone Europe’s website and will visit Ferrari’s headquarters. Entrants must complete an online entry form by 28 February at www.bridgestone-eu.com.

Contact: Bert Vanneste

Tel: 32 2714 6755

The Martha Gellhorn prize for journalism

Entries are invited for the fourth annual journalism prize in honour of Martha Gellhorn. The subject matter can focus on the UK or abroad but must be a human story that cuts through the established version of events and brings to the fore an issue that has been buried by current news agendas. A maximum of three articles from 31 January 2002 to January 2003 can be submitted and entrants must include six copies of each piece. The winner receives £5,000. Previous journalists who have won the prize are Jeremy Harding, Geoffrey Lean and Nick Davies.

Contact: The Martha Gellhorn Trust Prize, Rutherfords, Herbert Road, Salcombe, Devon, TQ8 8HN

Correction

Indobrit magazine launch

Pagination: 140

Contact: 5 Argyll Mansions, 303 Kings Road,

London SW3 5ER

Editor: Farah Damji

E-mai: farah@indobritmag.com

Website: www.indobritmag.comarah Damji

Reminders

Investigative journalism workshop

Date: 20 February 2003

Venue: Central London

Contact: Cleland Thom, 22 The Green, Chichester, PO19 6XN

E-mail: cleland.thom@tesco.net

Council Newspaper and Magazine conference

Date: 11 March 2003

Venue: LGA Conference Centre, London, SW1

Tel: 020 8668 6969/3311

E-mail: info@event-x.com

Newspaper Press Fund Annual lunch

Date: 21 March 2003

Venue: The Holte Suite, Villa Park, Birmingham

Tel: Val Deeley on 01562 883290

E-mail: valdeeley@valdeeley.freeserve.co.uk

FIPP world magazine congress, fair and exhibition

Date: 26-28 May 2003

Venue: Carrousel du Louvre, Paris

Tel: 020 7404 4169

Website: www.fipp.com

York Press Write Stuff Competition

Deadline: 31 May

Contact: Sky Ferrey, editor’s secretary, the Evening Press, 76-86 Walmgate, York YO1 9YN

Tel: 01904 653051

E-mail: sky.ferrey@ycp.co.uk

Website: www.thisisyork.co.uk

Local reporting awards

Deadline: 11 July

Contact: Martha Leary-Tanner, Newspaper Society, 74-77 Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DA

Tel: 020 7636 7014

E-mail: martha_lt@newspapersoc.org.uk

Website: www.newspapersoc.org.uk

Laurence stern fellowship

Closing date for entries: 18 February 2003

Contact: Robert Jones, Department of Journalism, City University, London, EC1V 0HB

E-mail: b.jones@city.ac.uk

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