Effie Awards, Clarion Awards Sabre Awards, Cannes Lions Awards, Clio Awards, Stevie Awards, Gold Quill Awards, Ragan PR Daily Awards, Big Apple Awards, Silver Anvil Awards, Golden Word Awards, and Paragon Awards are just a few of the multitude of awards given in the communications industry.
The awards are created to recognize your organization, clients, or team work. Some creative campaigns are judged by journalists, others by editors or writers, and some by industry professionals.
Eligibility requirements differ from each entity and events are held all year-round.
Even the statuettes are worthy of mention as they are crafted and manufactured by Society Awards, maker of famous trophies of recognition like the BET Networks, the Golden Globes, the MTV Awards, the Billboard Awards, the NAACP Image Awards, the Academy of Country Music, the YouTube Creator Awards, and the American Music Awards.
For more than 20 years, the Sabre Awards recognizes superior achievement in branding reputation and engagement by celebrating the best public relations campaigns, agencies and people from around the world.
So, pull out the virtual red carpet for an evening of good cheers!
The virtual event takes place on May 11.
Congratulations and good luck to all who are nominated!
It’s the first time we write about World Press Freedom Day on jocondecommunications.com.
In spite of being in contact with journalists on a daily basis, we have yet to dedicate a post for this important date.
The third of May highlights and commemorates the work of journalists. For 30 years, conferences and seminars are held around the world to reflect on various issues media professionals face in the line of duty.
If planning conferences makes you do the cha-cha slide, this post might be of interest.
This year, Windhoek, Namibia is the city host of World Press Freedom Day. Virtual and in-person events are happening from April 29 – May 3.
What do you think of this year’s theme: Information as a public good?