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The presser highlights that EyeAfrica TV have been awarded the contract to broadcast the awards after a tendering process. The awards ceremony will be broadcast live on the 24th October 2020. More on the press release below.
By Gambia Press Union – National Journalism Awards Committee
The Panel of Judges for the National Journalism Awards on Thursday, October 8th at 10pm published the final list of nominees that will proceed to the finals of the 2020 awards.
Out of the 33 stories that made it at the preliminary nominations, three were found to have missed some key criteria and therefore disqualified.
“These stories were not dropped due to substantive contents, rather, some new information emerged after a thorough review of all shortlisted nominations leading to their disqualification,” Chairperson of the Panel of Judges, Mrs. Fatim Badjie-Sinyan said.
A key challenge faced by the judges this year is that they did not conduct their work physically as done in past years due to Covid-19 restrictions. They had to work very hard to assess all the over 200 submissions online.
A review of bids to broadcast the virtual event by the Communications sub Committee also saw Eye Africa TV emerge as winner of the tender process. They will begin work tomorrow Monday into final preparations for the event on October 24th, at the Kairaba International Conference Centre.
Every effort has been made to maintain a credible vetting process for the maintenance of public trust and confidence in the competitiveness of the National Journalism Awards.