European Newspaper Award

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European Newspaper Award is a design competition for European newspapers. The competition was founded and is organized by newspaper designer Norbert Küpper from Meerbusch, Germany. He co-operates with the journalist magazines Medium Magazin (Frankfurt), Der Österreichische Journalist (Salzburg), and Schweizer Journalist (Oberuzwil).[1] The first winners were announced in 1999.[1]

In 2013 there were 20 different award categories and the winners would be announced around 15 November.[2]

List of all winners of the title "European Newspaper of year"

1. European Newspaper Award (1999)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Firda, Norway
   Regional newspaper: Dagblad de Limburger, The Netherlands
   Nationwide newspaper: Die Welt, Germany
   Weekly newspaper: no award

2. European Newspaper Award (2000)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Laagendalsposten, Norway[3]
   Regional newspaper: El Correo, Spain[3]
   Nationwide newspaper: The Guardian, Great Britain[3]
   Weekly newspaper: Die Woche, Germany[3]

3. European Newspaper Award (2001)[edit]

   Local newspaper: no award
   Regional newspaper: no award
   Nationwide newspaper: Diário de Noticias, Spain
   Nationwide newspaper: Trouw, The Netherlands
   Weekly newspaper: Independent on Sunday, Great Britain

4. European Newspaper Award (2002)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Tønsbergs Blad, Norway
   Regional newspaper: Bergens Tidende, Norway
   Nationwide newspaper: Ta Nea, Greece
   Weekly newspaper: Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, Germany

5. European Newspaper Award (2003)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Goienkaria, Spain
   Regional newspaper: Heraldo de Aragón, Spain
   Nationwide newspaper: Corriere della Sera, Italy
   Weekly newspaper: Sunday Tribune, Ireland
   Judges' Special Recognition: La Voz de Galicia, Spain

6. European Newspaper Award (2004)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Diario de Noticias, Spain
   Regional newspaper: Het Parool, The Netherlands
   Nationwide newspaper: De Morgen, Belgium
   Weekly newspaper: Sentinel Sunday, Great Britain
   Weekly newspaper: Bergens Tidende, Norway

7. European Newspaper Award (2005)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Östersunds-Posten, Sweden
   Regional newspaper: Kleine Zeitung, Austria
   Nationwide newspaper: The Guardian, Great Britain
   Weekly newspaper: Die Zeit, Germany
   Weekly newspaper: Presso, Finland

8. European Newspaper Award (2006)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Hufvudstadsbladet, Finland[4]
   Regional newspaper: Bergens Tidende, Norway[4]
   Nationwide newspaper: De Morgen, Belgium[4]
   Weekly newspaper: Expresso, Portugal[4]
   Judges' Special Recognition: Superdeporte, Spain[4]

9. European Newspaper Award (2007)[edit]

   Local newspaper: The Mayo News, Ireland
   Regional newspaper: el Periódico de Catalunya, Spain
   Nationwide newspaper: Eleftheros Tipos, Greece
   Weekly newspaper: Welt am Sonntag, Germany

10. European Newspaper Award (2008)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Diári de Balears, Spain
   Regional newspaper: Basler Zeitung, Switzerland
   Nationwide newspaper: Svenska Dagbladet, Sweden
   Weekly newspaper: Athens Plus, Greece
   Judges' Special Recognition: nrc next, The Netherlands

11. European Newspaper Award (2009)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Smålandsposten, Sweden[5]
   Regional newspaper: Stuttgarter Zeitung, Germany[5]
   Nationwide newspaper: i, Portugal[5]
   Judges' Special Recognition: 24 sata, Croatia[5]

12. European Newspaper Award (2010)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Diário de Notícias da Madeira, Portugal
   Regional newspaper: Bergens Tidende, Norway
   Nationwide newspaper: Politiken, Danmark
   Weekly newspaper: Sunday Herald, Scotland
   Judges' Special Recognition: Gealscéal, Ireland
   Judges' Special Recognition: Frankfurter Rundschau iPad, Germany

12+1. European Newspaper Award (2011)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Hordaland, Norway
   Regional newspaper: Berliner Morgenpost, Germany
   Nationwide newspaper: Berlingske, Danmark
   Weekly newspaper: NZZ am Sonntag, Switzerland

14. European Newspaper Award (2012)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Bygdanytt, Norway[6]
   Regional newspaper: El Correo, Spain[6]
   Nationwide newspaper: De Tijd, Belgium[6]
   Nationwide newspaper: Trouw, The Netherlands[6]
   Weekly newspaper: Die Zeit, Germany[6]
   Judges' Special Recognition: Welt am Sonntag Kompakt, Germany[6]

15. European Newspaper Award (2013)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Hallingdølen, Norway
   Regional newspaper: Leeuwarder Courant, the Netherlands
   Nationwide newspaper: de Volkskrant, the Netherlands
   Weekly newspaper: Welt am Sonntag, Germany
   Judges' Special Recognition: Moskovskie Novosti, Russia
   Judges' Special Recognition: público.pt, Portugal

16. European Newspaper Award (2014)[edit]

   Local newspaper: The Mayo News, Ireland[7]
   Regional newspaper: De Twentsche Courant Tubantia, the Netherlands[7]
   Nationwide newspaper: Público, Portugal[7]
   Weekly newspaper: Sonntagszeitung, Switzerland[7]

17. European Newspaper Award (2015)[edit]

   Local newspaper: Kvinnheringen, Norway[8]
   Regional newspaper: Ara, Spain[8]
   Nationwide newspaper: De Morgen, Belgium[8]
   Weekly newspaper: Expresso, Portugal[8]
   Judges' Special Recognition: publico.pt, Portugal
   Judges' Special Recognition: Souriatna, Syria

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Yves Peters (10 December 2004). "De Morgen is Europe's Best Designed Newspaper". Typographica. Retrieved 2 December 2014. 
  2. ^ Editorial-Design
  3. ^ a b c d "European Newspaper Awards". Aikido. 8 September 2014. Retrieved 27 May 2016. 
  4. ^ a b c d e "Europe's most innovative newspaper 2006: De Morgen". Oberauer. 17 November 2006. Retrieved 6 March 2015. 
  5. ^ a b c d "Eleventh European Newspaper Award:Main prize winners from Sweden, Germany, Portugal and Croatia". Publicitas. 15 November 2009. Retrieved 22 May 2016. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f "14th European Newspaper Award" (Press Release). Editorial Design. 2013. Retrieved 4 December 2014. 
  7. ^ a b c d "16th European Newspaper Award". Publicitas. 16 November 2014. Retrieved 2 December 2014. 
  8. ^ a b c d "17th European Newspaper Award: Main prize winners from Norway, Spain, Belgium and Portugal". Publicitas. 18 November 2015. Retrieved 20 May 2016.