About this event

 

Business to business and specialist journalism is a multi-billion industry in the UK - even bigger than the consumer media sector.
But until now it has not had its own set of journalism awards.
That is why Press Gazette has launched the British Journalism Awards for Specialist Media.
It aims to recognise the best journalism on niche business and specialist interest magazines and websites. And this event also provides an opportunity to recognise great specialist beat reporters working in other media.

For sponsors it represents an unrivalled opportunity to network with and support the most influential journalists in their markets.

The event takes place at Stationers’ Hall in London on Monday 17 September 2018.

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Categories and Shortlists

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    Built Environment

    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest.

    Nominees
    Luke Barratt - Inside Housing - WINNER
    Jack Simpson's - Construction News
    Charlie Schouten - Place North West
    Nathaniel Barker - Inside Housing
    Sophie Barnes - Inside Housing
    Richard Waite - Architects Journal

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    Food/Agriculture

    Food

    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest

    Agriculture

    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest.

    Nominees
    The Bureau of Investigative Journalism - WINNER
    Farmers Guardian - For Series on Bovine TB
    Lucy de la Pasture – Crop Production Magazine
    Marina O'Loughlin - The Sunday Times

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    Health Science

    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest

    Nominees
    Gareth Iacobucci - The BMJ - WINNER
    Lawrence Dunhill - HSJ
    Carbon Brief
    Lilian Anekwe - Chemist and Druggist
    Jessica Hamzelou - New Scientist
    Peter Blackburn, Chris Patterson and Neil Hallows – BMA News

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    Finance - Sponsored by Said Business School, University of Oxford

    Sponsored by
    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest.

    Nominees
    Elliot Smith – Citywire – New Model Adviser - WINNER
    Matei Rosca – S&P Global Market Intelligence
    Lucy McNulty - Financial News
    Elizabeth Anderson - i
    Justin Cash - Money Marketing
    Becky Pritchard - Financial News

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    Technology/Manufacturing

    Technology

    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest.

    Manufacturing

    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest.

    Nominees
    Ben Heather - HSJ - WINNER
    Geoff White – The Dark Web podcast for Audible
    Clare McDonald - Computer Weekly
    Caroline Donnelly - Compture Weekly
    Nick Peters, Matt Pulzer, Jonny Williamson and Tim Cumming – The Manufacturer
    Danny Fortson - The Sunday Times

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    Education

    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest

    Nominees
    Charlotte Santry - TES - WINNER
    Stephen Exley - TES
    Jack Grove - Times Higher Education
    Will Hazell - TES
    Jess Staufenberg - Schools Week
    Donna Ferguson - The Guardian

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    Public Sector & Charities

    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest.

    Nominees
    Ian Weinfass - Police Oracle - WINNER
    Saba Salman - The Guardian
    Ben Clover - HSJ
    Lawrence Dunhill - HSJ
    Nick Carding - HSJ
    Daniel Peters and Mark Conrad – Municipal Journal

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    Transport - Sponsored by Uber

    Sponsored by
    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest.

    Nominees
    Carlton Reid – BikeBiz - WINNER
    Mark Frary, Rob Gill and David Churchill – Buying Business Travel
    Will Dalrymple – Transport Engineer
    Tom Richmond– The Yorkshire Post
    Steve Dale and Mike Walter – Transportation Professional

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    Motoring

    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest

    Nominees
    Nick Rufford – The Sunday Times - WINNER
    Guy Bird - Freelance
    Jeremy Clarkson - The Sunday times
    Maggie Barry - Daily Record

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    Investigation

    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best specialist investigation of the year. Applicants should submit up to five pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest.

    Nominees
    James Illman – HSJ – for investigation into East of England Ambulance Services Trust - WINNER
    I and Johnston Press team – Knifecrime in Schools investigation
    Dan Warburton and Alan Selby – Sunday Mirror – for Inside Amazon
    Martin George – TES – Secrecy, conflicts of interest and the democratic deficit in the academy system
    Will Hurst – Architects’ Journal – for The Garden Bridge Investigation
    Nick Linford, Paul Offord, Billy Camden and John Dickens – FE Week – Learndirect: Catastrophic mismanagement and betrayal of students exposed

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    Journalist of the year

    This category is for the outstanding specialist media journalist of the last year. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest. Peter App - Inside Housing - WINNER

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    Energy & Commodities

    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest. Carbon Brief - WINNER

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    Publication of the year

    This category is for the outstanding specialist media publication of the last year. Applicants should submit up to five pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest.

    Nominees
    Inside Housing - WINNER
    HSJ
    Construction News
    The New European
    Pulse
    Architects’ Journal

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    Business Sustainability - Sponsored by University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

    Sponsored by
    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest.

    Nominees
    Madeleine Cuff - Business Green - WINNER
    Emma Newlands -Scotsman/Scotland on Sunday
    Marina Gerner - Freelancer/ Mone Observer
    Business & Innovation Magazine

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    Legal

    This category seeks to recognise and highlight the best journalism covering this subject area. Applicants should submit three pieces of work. This can take the form of news stories, features, investigations and broadcasts. Journalists working in any medium are free to enter but work must have been published between 1 June 2017 and 31 May 2018 and have been aimed at a mainly UK audience. Judges are looking for work which is revelatory, shows journalistic skill and rigour and which serves the public interest.

    Nominees
    Matthew Holehouse - MLex - WINNER
    Ruth Green - IBA Global Insight
    Ian Weinfass - Police Oracle

Judges

Meet the judges

Giles

Giles is a former Editor-In-Chief of Property Week who started in journalism at its predecessor Estates Times in 1988. He has also worked as News Editor at the architects’ paper Building Design and as Deputy Editor at Building magazine.

Kurt Barling

Middlesex University Professor, writer and broadcaster

Paul Charman

Freelance journalist and media consultant

Peter Cole

Emeritus professor of journalism at Sheffield University

Martin Couzins

Martin Couzins, Director, itsdevelopmental Ltd Martin is the director of B2B content and communications agency Itsdevelopmental Ltd.

Ralph Cunningham

Ralph Cunningham is a partner of Lextel, a thought leadership agency for the legal market.

Alan Geere

Editorial consultant, journalism educator, InPublishing columnist

Liz Gerard

Former night editor of The Times with 40 years experience in journalism - author of the SubScribe blog

Robin Latchem

Robin joined Emap in 2008, initially as digital editor with Local Government Chronicle

John Mair

Former BBC producer and editor of 10 books on journalism

Gren Manuel

Gren Manuel is formerly executive editor for Europe for the Wall Street Journal and editor of Financial News.

Simon Middelboe

Unicorn Digital Media

Vincent Moss

Thumb nail text - Former Sunday Mirror political editor with 25 years experience in senior editorial positions on national and regional titles, including Mail on Sunday & Bristol Post. bio - Vincent Moss is a journalist and communications specialist who has worked across leading news titles for more than 25 years. As the former political editor of the Sunday Mirror, deputy political editor of the Mail on Sunday and political editor of the Central Press agency, he spent two decades as a Lobby correspondent in the House of Commons. Now a communications and media strategist, he is a political commentator and broadcaster for a number of outlets including BBC News, Sky News, LBC Radio and Radio 5 Live.

ERIC MUSGRAVE

Eric Musgrave has spent almost 40 years commenting on the fashion industry

Sam Ogle

A native of Belfast, Northern Ireland, Sam Ogle began his journalistic career on the Belfast Telegraph evening newspaper at the height of the IRA bombing campaign in the 1970s.

Dominic Ponsford

Starting off on the Battle Observer, he went on to the Swindon Advertiser and then Press Gazette where he started as a reporter and was promoted to editor in December 2006. As of January 2018 Ponsford has combined a new role as editor-in-chief of Press Gazette with work across the wider group of companies.

Andrew Pring

Andrew Pring edited four B2B weekly magazines between 1989-2009 - Morning Advertiser, Accountancy Age, Insurance Times and Contract Journal

Paul Reeve

Director of Business Services - ECA, Excellence in Electrotechnical and Engineering Services

Richard Siddle

Richard Siddle is an award-winning business editor with over 25 years experience working across a number of fields including drinks, computing, grocery retail, convenience and travel

Becky Slack

Becky Slack has spent most of her career writing for, and editing, specialist titles, ranging from charity sector trade magazines through to B2B supplements for publications, such as the New Statesman, Guardian and Independent.

Jon Slattery

Independent Media blogger/freelance Journalist

Hannah Stevenson

Hannah is a Copywriter and Award’s Editorial Manager for AI Global Media, a specialist B2B publishing house whose titles include Acquisition International Magazine, Wealth & Finance International and SME News.

Richard Vize

Richard Vize (@RichardVize) has been a commentator on public policy and public services reform for more than 25 years. He is a columnist for the Guardian Healthcare Network, contributes to the British Medical Journal and works with a range of organisations across health and local government. Richard is a former editor of both Health Service Journal and Local Government Chronicle, was managing director for media at Dods Parliamentary Communications and head of communications at regulator Ofsted. He and his teams have won a number of awards. He is a trustee of the whistleblowing charity Public Concern at Work. Richard’s passions are photography, independent travel and political history.

David Worsfold

David Worsfold is best known for his work as an award-winning financial journalist, in particular as a writer on the insurance industry and financial services which he has covered for over 35 years.

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Sponsors

Cambridge University

The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) brings together business, government and academia to find solutions to critical sustainability challenges. Capitalising on the world-class, multidisciplinary strengths of the University of Cambridge, CISL deepens leaders’ insight and understanding through its executive programmes; builds deep, strategic engagement with leadership companies; and creates opportunities for collaborative enquiry and action through its business platforms.
Over 25 years, we have developed a leadership network with more than 7,000 alumni from leading global organisations and an expert team of Fellows, Senior Associates and staff.

Oxford Business School

Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford blends the best of new and old. We are a vibrant and innovative business school, but yet deeply embedded in an 800-year-old world-class university. We deliver cutting-edge programmes and ground-breaking research that transform individuals, organisations, business practice, and society. We seek to be a world-class business school community, embedded in a world-class university, tackling world-scale problems.

Uber London Ltd

Uber’s mission is to bring reliable transportation to everywhere, for everyone. We started in 2010 to solve a simple problem: how do you get a ride at the touch of a button? More than eight years and five billion trips later, we’ve started tackling an even greater challenge: reducing congestion and pollution in our cities by getting more people into fewer cars.

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NS-Tech
Newstatesman

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