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Sir Terry McLean National Sports Journalism Awards

16 June 2004

It’s time to start preparing your entry for the 2004 Sir Terry McLean National Sports Journalism Awards.

Once again SPARC and the New Zealand Sports Journalists Association are coordinating these awards to showcase the best of New Zealand’s reporting, writing and photography talent. Categories for 2004 •

Television Reporting • Radio Reporting • Sport Reporting • Sport Columnist • Feature Writing • Photography – Best Portfolio and Single Photo • Young Writer • Best Provincial Portfolio – Writing and Photography • Recreation/Adventure/Lifestyle Reporting • Recreation/Adventure/Lifestyle Photography • Supreme Award for the Most Outstanding Entry (selected from all category winners)

Entries cover work undertaken in the 12 months 1 October 2003 – 30 September 2004

Entries close Thursday 30 September 2004

The SPARC sponsored awards dinner will be held at the Wairakei Resort Hotel, Taupo on the evening of Sunday 31 October 2004, in conjunction with the annual News Media Society Golf Tournament. Watch for the official entry form coming your way soon. For more information email topjourno@sparc.org.nz.

ENDS

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