Entries for the MDDA-Sanlam Local Media Awards for the year 2013 are drawing to a close, with just 16 days left to the deadline on 31 January 2014.
This year, additional broadcast categories have been introduced. These are:
Best TV Reality Show
Best Community TV Station
Best Drama: Radio and TV
Best Children's Programme: Radio and TV
Best Sports Magazine Show: Radio and TV
Best Educational Magazine Show: Radio and TV
Best Indigenous Music Programme: Radio and TV
Best Business Programme: Radio and TV
No changes have been made to the print section. In total, there are now 35 categories for the broadcast and print sections of the Awards. For more information on the categories, please visit www.mdda.org.za or www.sanlam.co.za.
The MDDA-Sanlam Local Media Awards aim to encourage excellence and to reward meritorious work in community journalism. They bring together more than 20 years of Sanlam Community Newspaper Awards and four years of SABC News/MDDA Community Media Awards into one big event.
Closing date: 31 January 2014 (no late submissions will be considered)
Entry validity: 1 January - 31 December 2013
Submission of entries:
Maline Malan Sanlam Group Communications PO Box 1, Sanlamhof 7532 OR 2 Strand Road, Bellville, 7530 Tel: 021 947 8132 Cell: 084 561 0967 Fax: 021 947 4889
"The Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA) is a development agency for promoting media development and diversity, a partnership between the South African Government and major print and broadcasting media companies to assist in (amongst others) developing community and small commercial media, in terms of the MDDA Act No 14 of 2002.
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