19th GJA awards competition Launched


viagra insurance coverage The 19th Ghana Journalist Association (GJA) Awards competition was on Friday Launched with a call on journalists to place development at the centre of their reportage.

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“The GJA, as an umbrella, harnesses public goodwill and support towards media development from its partners and friends. All proponents and stakeholders of a qualitative media have a legitimate right to contribute to raising journalistic standards by contributing to the awards…… especially when it promotes a sense of shared responsibility and the idea that we all hold a stake in the development of media”.

The GJA president announced that there have been new developments in the category of awards, and that, the most promising Journalist of the Year award has been named after Komla Dumour of blessed memory and three others on Local Governance and decentralisation, Best talk show and Forestry.

The sports award has been split into two, one for print and the other for electronic, including commentary, in addition to 49 awards to be won in the competitive categories.

The public have been requested to participate in the selection by proposing nominees for the Professor P.A.V Ansah journalist of the Year, the promising Journalist and the Best Talk Show.

Those who nominate, are requested to make a proposal in not more than 24 words stating reason for their nomination covering 2013 and be mindful that nominees should be members of GJA.

Mr Eric Pawdura, Corporate Affairs Director of the Ghana National Petroleum Company (GNPC) said the GNPC would come on board to support programmes that promote national interest as well as reward journalist who have excelled in their fields of work.

The GNPC would strategically engage the media for accurate reportage on the work of the organisation, he added.