British Journalism Awards

David Conn receiving his BJA award for Sports Journalist of the Year from Simon Thomas of the Hippodrome Casino who sponsored the award
By Natasha Clark | 06 Jan 2014
Sports Journalist of the Year David Conn considers the media response to Hillsborough to be a “second tragedy” because it took them so long to accept the facts of the case.
Patrick Kingsley pictured at the British Journalism Awards (JB Young)
By Natasha Clark | 18 Dec 2013
Guardian Egypt correspondent Patrick Kingsley may have been detained three times this year alone, but he still sees his job covering the crisis-stricken country as a “huge privilege”.
By Press Gazette | 05 Dec 2013
Watch Press Gazette's video report from the 2013 British Journalism Awards.
Richard Beeston
By Dominic Ponsford | 05 Dec 2013
In 30 years time reporters will be still be winning the awards because of the encouragement given to them by the late Richard Beeston.
By Dominic Ponsford | 04 Dec 2013
Journalist of the Year Michael Gillard could not accept his award in person at the British Journalism Awards on Monday night, partly because he can no longer attend public events in London since exposing gangster David Hunt in the Sunday Times.
Michael Gillard's winning story
By Darren Boyle | 02 Dec 2013
Michael Gillard of The Sunday Times has been awarded the prestigious Journalist of the Year award at the second annual British Journalism Awards.
By Press Gazette | 05 Nov 2013
Press Gazette is proud to announce the finalists for the second British Journalism Awards.
The winners of the 2012 British Journalism Awards
By Dominic Ponsford | 01 Nov 2013
As an (alleged) vision of journalistic hell was presented to jurors at the Old Bailey yesterday, I was privileged to immerse myself in journalism heaven as I convened the judging for this year's British Journalism Awards.
By Press Gazette | 04 Sep 2013
Entries are now open for the 2013 British Journalism Awards.
By Press Gazette | 05 Jul 2013
The British Journalism Awards is set to return to Stationers’ Hall in London on 2 December this year.
By Press Gazette | 23 May 2013
Former Coventry Telegraph health reporter Warren Manger has landed a job on the Sunday Mirror features desk after being a finalist at the British Journalism Awards.
Business journalist of the year Chris Giles
By Alex Wynick | 03 Apr 2013
A showcase of the public interest journalism (in every sense) which saw these reporters commended by the British Journalism Awards judges in the category of Business Journalist of the Year
By Alex Wynick | 03 Apr 2013
A showcase of the public interest journalism (in every sense) which saw these reporters commended by the British Journalism Awards judges in the category of political journalism.
By William Turvill | 22 Mar 2013
David Hencke saw off competition from major news organisations to win Political Journalist of the Year at the British Journalism Awards for fledgling news website exaro.
Matt Cardy receives his Photojournalist of the Year Award from Lori Miles
By Camilla Turner | 17 Jan 2013

As one of the UK’s most celebrated news photographers, it will come as a surprise to many that Getty Images’ Matt Cardy has never had any formal training as a photographer.

Matt Cardy receives his award from Lori Miles
By Camilla Turner | 14 Dec 2012

Winner: Matt Cardy (Getty Images)

Matt Cardy, one of four Getty photographer finalists, was named photo journalist of the year.

By Camilla Turner | 14 Dec 2012
A showcase of the inspiring work submitted by this year's Press Gazette British Journalism Awards sports journalist of the year finalists.
By Camilla Turner | 14 Dec 2012
A showcase of the inspiring work submitted by this year's Press Gazette British Journalism Awards breaking news story of the year finalists.
Caption (left to right, top row first): Nina Lackhani, Andrew Buncombe, Leigh Marles, Paul Lewis, Rob Evans, Chris Woods, Fay Schlesinger, Alexi Mostrous, Andrew Norfolk)
By Camilla Turner | 13 Dec 2012
Investigation of the year was the most popular category at the 2012 British Journalism Awards with more than 40 entries. The judges were particularly impressed with the quality of work on display and so opted for a longer eight-strong shortlist.

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