The Hector Bernard/Theodore Sealy Award For News (Electronic), sponsored by the Jamaica Public Service (JPS), was won by Kirk Wright, TVJ, for the Series on Asbestos. The award is presented by Ruthlyn Johnson of JPS.
The Junior Dowie Award For Sports Photography, sponsored by National Integrity Action (NIA), was won for the work 'Alia's Record Splash' by The Gleaner's Ricardo Makyn (left). The award is presented by Kayon Taylor, director of NIA.
Arthur Hall, Press Association of Jamaica second vice-president, presents new Hall of Fame inductee Ken Chaplin (right) with a copy of his citation.
The UNICEF Media Award for Excellence in Reporting on Children's Rights was won by TVJ's 'All Angles' in the electronic category and The Gleaner's Tyrone Reid for print. Here, the All Angles team is represented by Dionne Jackson-Miller and André Jebbinson. The award is presented by Unicef's communications specialist, Allison Hickling.
The President's Award For Investigative Journalism, sponsored by Jamaica Broilers Group, was awarded to The Gleaner's Tyrone Reid for the series Health Sector Under the Microscope. Erica Virtue (left) collects on behalf of Reid. The presentation was made by Jamaica Broilers Group's public relations and training manager, Nicole Marshall-Walker.
The Carlton Alexander Award For Finance & Business, sponsored by Scotiabank, was won by Avia Collinder for her work 'Inside a Legit Scrap Metal Operation', which appeared in The Sunday Gleaner. The award is presented by Scotiabank's Klao Bell-Lewis (left), manager public relations and corporate affairs, to Marcella Scarlett on Collinder's behalf.
Arthur Hall, Press Association of Jamaica second vice-president, presents the citation for the late John Maxwell to widow, Dr Marjan DeBruin. Maxwell was inducted into the PAJ's Hall of Fame.
Arthur Hall, second vice-president of the Press Association of Jamaica, presents new Hall of Fame inductee Clare Forrester with a copy of her citation at the National Journalism Awards banquet last Friday.