Camelot – supporting the Society of Editors since 2001
Camelot is proud to support the Society of Editors’ National Press Awards.
Since its launch in 1994, The National Lottery has delivered a life-changing £40 billion for Good Causes, with more than 565,000 individual awards made across the UK – an average of over 200 lottery grants in every postcode district. It has also awarded over £73 billion in prizes and created more than 5,500 millionaires or multi-millionaires.
The National Lottery is at the heart of communities across the UK and benefits millions of people’s lives – just as the national, regional and local media do every day. Thanks to your invaluable support over the past 25 years, National Lottery winners have been able to share their good news, missing ticket-holders have been united with their previously-unclaimed winnings and a huge range of projects have been able to highlight the life-changing difference they make thanks to vital National Lottery funding.
Camelot wishes the Society of Editors a hugely successful awards evening.
Amazon Prime Video – sponsoring the Hugh McIlvanney Sports Journalist of the Year Award
Prime Video is a premium subscription streaming service that offers customers a vast collection of TV shows and movies—all with the ease of finding what they love to watch in one place. In addition to the thousands of popular movies and TV shows like Amazon Originals Good Omens, The Grand Tour and Star Trek: Picard, Prime members in the UK can also enjoy a growing selection of live sport and sport documentaries.
For the first time, Prime Video broadcast 20 Premier League matches in December 2019 which became one of the biggest ever streaming events in the UK with millions of customers streaming the live games. Prime Video also offers live on-site tennis coverage across many ATP and WTA tournaments in 2020 including the BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells and the Miami Open. In addition, Prime members can enjoy live studio coverage across popular tournaments like the Fever Tree Championships from The Queens Club and the US Open will return for a third year exclusively on the streaming service. Plus, customers in the UK who subscribe to Eurosport Player through Prime Video Channels can watch Roland-Garros and the Australian Open, as well as daily highlights and live coverage from the men’s and women’s finals of Wimbledon for an additional £6.99 per month (following a 7-day free trial). Prime Video’s investment in on-screen tennis coverage is also reflected off-screen with the Prime Video Future Talent Award, supported by Andy Murray, an award which supports young British tennis talent, Jack Draper and Emma Raducanu, through funding and mentoring over a two-year cycle.
Prime Video has launched a number of Amazon Original sports docuseries, including All or Nothing: Manchester City, All or Nothing: Brazil National Team, All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks, and All or Nothing seasons with American Football teams, as well as Andy Murray: Resurfacing, Take Us Home: Leeds United and Steven Gerrard’s Make Us Dream. Launching later this year, All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur is a multi-part exclusive docu-series going behind-the-scenes with the team through the current 2019/20 season, unpacking the level of dedication and commitment needed to compete at the very highest level.
All TV shows, movies and sports content is available to watch with the Prime Video app on TVs, mobile devices, Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire tablets, games consoles, set-top-boxes, or online. All available at no additional cost as part of Prime Video, which is now available in over 200 countries and territories worldwide. Visit www.amazon.co.uk/primevideo for more information.
Google News Initiative
The Google News Initiative is Google’s effort to help journalism thrive in the digital age through evolving business models to drive sustainable growth, elevating quality journalism and empowering new organisations with new technologies. We collaborate with the news industry to build a stronger future for journalism through our products, partnerships and programmes.
Luther Pendragon is an independent communications agency with a 25 year track record of ensuring clients tell their stories to the people that matter.
We passionately believe that all clients – large or small, established or starting out, profit, not-for-profit or public sector – deserve the best advice in the business. We offer strategic guidance to some of the world’s leading brands and have advised major organisations through their biggest reputational challenges. We also work for smaller clients with big ambitions, ranging from small-caps and start-ups to grassroots campaign groups and charities.
We deliver work that is ambitious, yet targeted, and we achieve high quality, measurable results for our clients. We are communications strategists but we also believe in the importance of tactical delivery, meaning we are hands-on, we get fully immersed in our clients’ challenges and we assemble the best teams that are accessible at all levels.
Cision – sponsoring the Journalists’ Charity Award
Cision helps journalists find the best sources for their stories and develop great relationships with PR professionals.
As the world’s most comprehensive media database, Cision connects media influencers with communicators across the globe. It alerts brands and PR teams to the latest media opportunities and gives them up to date information to help them pitch to the right journalists.
Cision’s media alerts are the industry’s leading source of news about new hires, promotions and changes of patch. What’s more, Cision Jobs is the go-to jobs site for PRs and journalists – helping tens of thousands of people hire staff or apply for new roles every year.
To update your media profile, request content from the PR community or browse the latest media jobs, visit www.cision.co.uk/journalist-services/ today.
Wiggin – sponsoring the Georgina Henry Award for Digital Innovation
Publishing is now part of the digital world. Wiggin has decades of experience advising publishers on every aspect of their business, steering clients onto new platforms and devices. We work across the media landscape and help clients understand new revenue models across industries like digital entertainment and film and tv.
Wiggin advises on every aspect of pre-publication risk. We are ardent defenders of freedom of expression and are recognised by the Legal 500 as “the best defendant legal team by some distance” when things go wrong.
Regulations have never been tougher and nor have the penalties when the rules are broken. To help clients navigate these risks cost-effectively, Wiggin set up Reviewed & Cleared, a specialist firm offering clients a legal review of all pre-publication and pre-broadcast editorial content on a fixed price basis.
Wiggin is extremely proud to continue to support the Georgina Henry Women in Journalism Award for Innovation.
PA is the UK’s leading provider of multimedia content and services. Established as the Press Association in 1868, PA remains the national news agency for the UK and Ireland, serving a broad range of customers including major media and digital brands around the world, businesses and public sector organisations.
In addition to its newswire, PA’s products and services span pictures, video, data APIs, hosted live blogs, graphics, listings pages, social media curation and page production. The news agency is part of the PA Media Group of specialist media companies.
Reuters: The Real World in Real TimeTM
Reuters is the world’s largest multimedia news organization. With unmatched coverage in over 16 languages, and reaching billions of people worldwide every day, Reuters provides trusted intelligence that powers humans and machines to make smart decisions. It supplies business, financial, national and international news to professionals via desktop terminals, the world’s media organisations, industry events and directly to consumers.
Discover how Reuters can deliver you the world. Visit reutersagency.com
Pledge £1 a week to help journalists and support journalism
The Journalists’ Charity is the only organisation which offers help, advice and financial assistance to journalists working in every part of the industry. Founded by Charles Dickens back in 1864, we’ve helped thousands of journalists through tough times which is why we’re often described as a lifeline. We understand the pressures of working in journalism and the importance of what you do for society, so our aim is to be here for you at every stage in your career. By pledging your donation you’ll be helping to fund:
- Confidential help and advice
- Crisis support
- Financial assistance
- Events and networking
- Independent living
British Journalism Review
The British Journalism Review sponsor The Cudlipp Award – Campaign of the Year as part of the National Press Awards. The Award commemorates the journalism of the great editor and editorial director Hugh Cudlipp. It recognises excellence in popular journalism and can include popular campaigns in any UK National newspaper. It is open to all newspapers, their editors, writers and teams of journalists, but the independent panel of judges reserve the right to make the award to, or highly commend, any outstanding example of popular journalism even if it has not been formally entered.
Winners from the 2018 National Press Awards, held at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London.