TV, Radio journalists can apply for 2021 AIBs awards

DEADLINE: JULY 2, 2021 —The Association for International Broadcasting is currently accepting applications for the annual AIBs awards.

Journalists working on any factual productions across TV, radio and digital
platforms can apply for the awards.

Entries must have been aired within 1 July 2020 – 30 June 2021.

The entry fees for member companies are:

• Radio and audio entries £80
• TV and video, Channel of the Year
* News Agency of the Year entries £120
* Podcast £40
* Young journalist/Media Freedom £80

The entry fees for non-member companies:

• Radio and audio entries £120
• TV and video, Channel of the Year
•News Agency of the Year entries £170
• Podcast £60
• Young journalist/Media Freedom £100

Entries to the AIBs may be submitted by broadcasters, independent production companies and individuals.

The deadline for applications is July 2nd, 2021.



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