Saturday is the deadline to enter the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club’s high school journalism contest. Here’s a link to the entry form. As the form explains, entries can be submitted online. Categories include best news story, feature story, sports story, editorial, news photo, sports photo, layout and design, website design and website content. The winners will be announced at a reception later this spring. The contest is presented by Hillsdale Shopping Center, Notre Dame de Namur University’s Journalism Program
The San Francisco Peninsula Press Club is seeking entries for its annual high school journalism contest. This year it is even easier to enter — entries are being accepted entirely online. No more cutting and pasting. Click here to download the contest rules. And here’s a link for uploading contest entires. Deadline to enter: March 31.
The San Francisco Peninsula Press Club is now accepting entries for its annual Greater Bay Area Journalism Contest. Here’s a link to the Call for Entries that has all the contest categories and rules. All entries are to be submitted online, and the Call for Entries explains how that is done. The deadline is Wednesday, Feb. 29. The contest is open to all print, broadcast and electronic media and public relations professionals working or residing in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin,
This year’s Greater Bay Area Journalism Awards will include new categories for online media and public relations professionals. The “Call for Entries” will be posted on this page in the next couple of days, and those who wish to compete in the contest will have until Feb. 29 to submit entires for work done in the 2011 calendar year. As always, the contest will have categories for entries by those in the TV, radio, newspaper, magazine and online industries. But
FOSTER CITY — Bay Area print and online journalists, photographers, radio and television personnel and public relations professionals were presented with 204 awards of excellence in nine divisions and 37 categories at the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club’s 34th annual Greater Bay Area Journalism Awards dinner tonight. The San Francisco Peninsula Press Club’s annual Professional Journalism Awards Competition dinner was held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Foster City. The winners were selected from 523 entries from media professionals in the
The Crowne Plaza Hotel The Press Club will present awards tonight in its annual Greater Bay Area Excellence in Journalism contest. at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 1221 Chess Drive, Foster City. No-host cocktails start at 6 and the presentation begins at 7. In addition to the awards, KCBS and CBS5’s Mike Sugerman will be the keynote speaker. Here’s a map to the Crowne Plaza. The winners will be posted here at around midnight.
The number of entries in the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club’s annual Greater Bay Area Journalism Contest jumped by 33% this year. Entries submitted in the club’s high school contest are up by 40%. The figures were revealed by Press Club executive director Darryl Compton at the club’s board meeting Wednesday. This year, the professional contest received 523 entries, up from 394 last year. It was the most entires since 2006, when the club got 578. The increase is due
The Press Club has extended the deadline for the submission of entries to its contest until Friday, March 4. The good news is that Press Club received more than 500 entries through Monday’s deadline — an increase from the 394 submitted last year. The bad news is that a few people had trouble uploading documents to our new online entries system, so we have added a grace period until this Friday, March 4th. Those who have submitted entries can modify
Monday is the deadline to submit entries for the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club’s 34th annual Greater Bay Area Journalism Awards Competition. This year, for the first time, entries can be submitted online at www.betterbnc.com. Divisions include print, electronic media, magazine/trade press and public relations. For information on categories within those divisions and how to enter, visit here. As always, the entries are judged by press clubs or Society of Professional Journalists chapters outside the Bay Area. No San Francisco
The San Francisco Peninsula Press Club is now accepting entries for its annual High School Journalism Contest. Click here to download an entry form which also contains the contest rules. The deadline for entries is March 31. Awards will be presented this spring at Ralston Hall on the campus of Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont. Categories include news story, feature story, editorial, column, sports story, layout and design, news photo, feature photo, sports photo, Web site design and