Foreign Reporter of the Year

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The Foreign Reporter of the Year award is one of the honours given annually by The Press Awards in the UK.

History[edit]

Over the years, the categories have increased from 3 in 1962,[1] to 31 in 2014.[2] There have been many different awards in the area of international and foreign reporting, with some years having more than one;[3] the first category was International Reporter of the Year in the 1966 awards,[4] the current is Foreign Reporter of the Year.[5]

The 2007 awards saw the introduction of an International Journalist of the Year category; unlike the earlier International Reporter of the Year category from 1966-1989, this category honours journalists from countries outside the UK.[6]

Foreign Reporter of the Year[edit]

Foreign Reporter of the Year,[7] previously Foreign Journalist of the Year (in memory of David Holden) and David Holden International Reporter of the Year.[8]

International Journalist of the Year[edit]

Unlike the other categories, this category is for non-UK journalists.[6]

Foreign Stringer of the Year[edit]

Foreign Stringer of the Year,[19] previously Foreign Stringer of the Year (in memory of David Blundy),[20] and David Blundy Award[21]

International Reporter of the Year[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Press Awards winners 1962-1969". The Press Awards. Section: 1962 Hannen Swaffer Awards.
  2. ^ "Winners Citations". The Press Awards.
  3. ^ "Press Awards Winners 1990 - 1999". The Press Awards. Section: 1993 British Press Awards.
  4. ^ "Press Awards winners 1962-1969". The Press Awards. Section: 1966 International Publishing Corporation Hannen Swaffer Awards.
  5. ^ "Winners Citations". The Press Awards.
  6. ^ a b "Press Awards Winners 2000 - 2008". The Press Awards. Section: 2007 British Press Awards.
  7. ^ "Press Awards Winners 1990 - 1999". The Press Awards. Section: 1994 British Press Awards.
  8. ^ "Press Awards Winners 1990 - 1999". The Press Awards. Section: 1993 British Press Awards.
  9. ^ "Winners Citations". The Press Awards.
  10. ^ "Winners List for The Press Awards for 2013". The Press Awards.
  11. ^ "Winners List for The Press Awards for 2012". The Press Awards.
  12. ^ a b "Winners 2011". The Press Awards.
  13. ^ a b "The winners and shortlists for The Press Awards 2010". The Press Awards.
  14. ^ a b "2009 Winners". The Press Awards.
  15. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Press Awards Winners 2000 - 2008". The Press Awards.
  16. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "Press Awards Winners 1990 - 1999". The Press Awards.
  17. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t "Press Awards Winners 1980 - 1989". The Press Awards.
  18. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Press Awards Winners 1970 - 1979". The Press Awards.
  19. ^ "Press Awards Winners 1990 - 1999". The Press Awards. Section: 1994 British Press Awards.
  20. ^ "Press Awards Winners 1990 - 1999". The Press Awards. Section: 1993 British Press Awards.
  21. ^ "Press Awards Winners 1990 - 1999". The Press Awards. Section: 1991 British Press Awards.
  22. ^ a b c d "Press Awards winners 1962-1969". The Press Awards.

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