Walkley awards mid year finalists 2020

By AdNews | 26 May 2020

The mid year Walkley award finalists for 2020 have been announced.

The winners are announced June 17

Walkley Young Australian Journalist of the Year Awards


All media: Shortform journalism (Supported by ABC)

All media: Longform feature or special (Supported by The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age)

All media: Coverage of community and regional affairs (Supported by Google News Initiative)

All media: Visual storytelling (Supported by Sky News)

All media: Public service journalism (Supported by News Corp Australia)

All media: ​Student journalist of the year (Supported by Macleay College)

Walkley Young Australian Journalist of the Year (Supported by Jibb Foundation)
The winner of each category will be in the running for the overall Walkley Young Australian Journalist of the Year Award.

June Andrews Award for Industrial Relations Reporting (in memory of Helen O’Flynn and Alan Knight)

Supported by Ai Group, Unions NSW, ACTU, UTS and MEAA With philanthropic support provided in memory of Emeritus Professor Alan Knight

June Andrews Award for Freelance Journalist of the Year (Supported by Media Super) 

June Andrews Award for Women’s Leadership in Media (Supported by PwC) 

Our Watch Award (Administered by The Walkley Foundation)

Media Diversity Australia Award (Supported by Media Diversity Australia, CoHealth and The National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters’ Council)

Arts Journalism Prizes (Through the support of the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund, the winner of each award will receive $5000 in prize money.)

All media: June Andrews Award for Arts Journalism (Supported by Facebook and the Copyright Agency)

All media: The Pascall Prize for Arts Criticism, managed by the Walkley Foundation (Supported by the Geraldine Pascall Foundation and the Copyright Agency) 

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