World Young Reader Prize 2011 Celebration
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

World Young Reader Prize 2011 Celebration

on

  • 1,142 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,142
Views on SlideShare
1,139
Embed Views
3

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
14
Comments
0

2 Embeds 3

http://paper.li 2
http://us-w1.rockmelt.com 1

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

World Young Reader Prize 2011 Celebration Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The 2011World YoungReader PrizeCelebrationVienna, Austria • 12 October 2011 www.wan-ifra.org
  • 2. FINDING EXCELLENCEWORLD ASSOCIATION OF NEWSPAPERS AND NEWS PUBLISHERSThe World Young Reader Prizes√ Begun 1998√ Core categories: editorial, public service,brand, making the news, newspapers ineducation and newspaper of the year√ Top winners, jury commendations,special mentions (24 in all for 2011)√ What the judges seek: Innovation,sustainability and transferability SINCE 2003, WITH THE SUPPORT OF © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 3. As part of the Young Reader Round Table at the 63rd World Newspaper Congress & 18th World Editors Forum © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 4. Supported by Norske Skog, theNorway-based global paperproducer, since 2003. © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 5. Keynotespeaker:Jacob MathewWAN-IFRAPresidentModerator: AralynnMcManeExecutive DirectorWAN-IFRA Young2011 WAN-IFRA | ©Readership Development
  • 6. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZETHE NATASA PRIZEFOR PRINTING PLANTS www.wan-ifra.org
  • 7. THE WINNERS 2011A VERY SPECIAL CATEGORY √ Named after Natasa THE Vuckovic Lesendric NATASA (1966-2011), who led PRIZE the WAN-IFRA – UNESCO project to set up an independent distribution system and a printing plant under the Slobodan Milošević régime in Serbia. © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 8. THE WINNERS 2011A VERY SPECIAL CATEGORY √ While making THE those operations NATASA profitable and the PRIZE best-run in the country, Natasa also made sure the plant supported programmes for children to learn about a free press. © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 9. THE NATASA PRIZEAPM Print and Trans Press: The printing plant’s first day © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 10. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST LESSON ABOUT NEWSTOP WINNER for THE NATASA PRIZESINAG PRINTING & PUBLISHINGPHILIPPINES √ Publishes two small weeklies √ Runs free annual youth workshops in journalism √ 1000 participants arrived at first one! (now allow 300) CIRCULATION (combined): 2 000 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 11. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST LESSONTOP WINNER for THE NATASA PRIZE ABOUT NEWSSINAG PRINTING & PUBLISHINGPHILIPPINES Accepting the prize: Raia E. Dela Peña- Landicho & Ruel Landicho Publisher - Owners © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 12. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZEBRAND www.wan-ifra.org
  • 13. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST BIKEATHONSPECIAL MENTION for BRANDI-NEXT, INDIA √ 40,000+ rode their bikes across India √ Took place in 12 cities simultaneously √ Editorial tie-ins included celebrity and biker’s column CIRCULATION: 311 404 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 14. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST BIKEATHONJURY COMMENDATION for BRANDI-NEXT, INDIA Accepting the prize: Alok Sanwal CEO © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 15. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CAMPAIGNJURY COMMENDATION for BRANDMiD DAY, INDIA √ Pledge mechanism to promote tobacco- free lifestyle √ Street marketing activities and branding at cafes and theaters √ Hourly SMS tips to stop smoking CIRCULATION: 2.5 MILLION © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 16. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CHANCETOP WINNER for BRAND TO HELPTHE HINDU, INDIA √ Challenged youth of Chennai to donate 250 000 books in 5 days √ Built a ‘wall’ of books before they distributed √ Leftovers were recycled CIRCULATION: 1.15 MILLION © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 17. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CHANCETOP WINNER for BRAND TO HELPTHE HINDU, INDIA Accepting the prize: Balaji Kasturi Managing Director, Kasturi & Sons Ltd. © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 18. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZECONNECTINGWITH MOBILE www.wan-ifra.org
  • 19. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST NEWS PHOTO LESSONSPECIAL MENTION for CONNECTING WITH MOBILEJORNAL DE MANHÃ, BRAZIL √ In-class mobile photojournalism workshop √ Photographer explained the basics with students using mobile phones √ Part of “Use Mobile in School” guide CIRCULATION: 75 000 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 20. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZEEDITORIAL www.wan-ifra.org
  • 21. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST GIFT FROM GRANDPARENTSJURY COMMENDATION for EDITORIALYOMIURI SHIMBUN, JAPAN √ Joint-venture to produce children’s weekly √ Special offer allows grandparents to purchase subscriptions for grandchildren CIRCULATION: 10 MILLION © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 22. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST GIFT FROM GRANDPARENTSJURY COMMENDATION for EDITORIALYOMIURI SHIMBUN, JAPAN Accepting the prize: Tetsuya Tsuruhara European Editor © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 23. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST HYBRID NEWS & SOCIAL MEDIAJURY COMMENDATION for EDITORIALDELOVOY PETERBURG, RUSSIA √ Entered social media realm with online newspaper √ Updated 24/7 with staff of 5 and 200 contributors CIRCULATION: 24 000 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 24. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST HYBRID NEWS & SOCIAL MEDIAJURY COMMENDATION for EDITORIALDELOVOY PETERBURG, RUSSIA Accepting the prize: Irina Kruzhilina © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 25. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST INTERACTIONSPECIAL MENTION for EDITORIALUNITED DAILY NEWS, TAIWAN √ Weekly 20 page publication for and by students & teachers √ Articles from other publications rewritten in Chinese for students CIRCULATION: 600 000 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 26. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST INTERACTIONSPECIAL MENTION for EDITORIALUNITED DAILY NEWS, TAIWAN Accepting the prize: Chin Ching Kang Project Director © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 27. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST PERSONAL WEEKLYJURY COMMENDATION for EDITORIALKLEINE ZEITUNG, AUSTRIA √ Launched an innovative children’s weekly √ Stand alone publication √ Broke even in second month after launch CIRCULATION: 18 000 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 28. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST PERSONAL WEEKLYJURY COMMENDATION for EDITORIALKLEINE ZEITUNG, AUSTRIA Accepting the prize: Hubert Patterer Chief Editor Walter Hauser Marketing Director, Subscriptions and Services Petra Prascsaics Editor, Kleine Kinderzeitung © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 29. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST LESSON ON SECURITYTOP WINNER for EDITORIALWALL STREET JOURNAL, USA √ Investigation into how companies secretly track children online √ Many companies changed policies √ Law proposed √ Story went global CIRCULATION: 2.1 million © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 30. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST LESSON ON SECURITYTOP WINNER for EDITORIALWALL STREET JOURNAL, USA Accepting the prize: Steve Stecklow Senior Writer and Deputy Bureau Chief, Boston © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 31. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZEMAKINGTHE NEWS www.wan-ifra.org
  • 32. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST INTERVIEWSPECIAL MENTION for MAKING THE NEWSKURJER SREDA BERSDSK,RUSSIA √ Students interviewed veterans about the 65th anniversary of the WWII √ Living history project produced online and in print CIRCULATION: 5 020 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 33. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST PRINTED PAPER FOR MESPECIAL MENTION for MAKING THE NEWSPOLSKAPRESSE, Poland √ Students make Polska Junior on template from newspaper √ Journalists assist and advise √ 50 best editions get printed CIRCULATION (group): 2.4 MILLION © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 34. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST PRINTED PAPER FOR MESPECIAL MENTION for MAKING THE NEWSPOLSKAPRESSE, Poland Accepting the prize: Magdalena Chudzikiewicz Marketing & PR Director Marcin Bialek Marketing Director, OPERON © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 35. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CHANCE TO DO PAGE 1JURY COMMENDATION for MAKING THE NEWSHEILBRONNER STIMMEGERMANY √ On Universal Children’s Day, students did their own front page √ Readers chose which one they liked best CIRCULATION: 92 000 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 36. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CHANCE TO DO PAGE 1SPECIAL MENTION for MAKING THE NEWSHEILBRONNER STIMMEGERMANY Accepting the prize: Fiona Drewnitzky Project Manager Children & Youth © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 37. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST E-PAPER DESIGNJURY COMMENDATION for MAKING THE NEWSDIARIO HOY DE EXTREMADURA,(GRUPO VOCENTO), SPAIN √ International student competition to create digital newspaper √ Registration and publication of competition drives traffic to website CIRCULATION: 24 000 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 38. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST E-PAPER DESIGNJURY COMMENDATION for MAKING THE NEWSDIARIO HOY DE EXTREMADURA,(GRUPO VOCENTO), SPAIN Accepting the prize: Miguel Angel Jaraiz General Manager Hoy.es : © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 39. THE WINNERS 2011TOP WINNER for MAKING THE NEWSDIÁRIO DE NOTÍCIAS & JORNALDE NOTÍCIAS, PORTUGAL √ Media Labs at two newspapers √ School classes learn about news √ Support from EU, Education Ministry √ 200 students/day FIRST LESSON CIRCULATION: Diário de Notícias ( Lisbon, 23 675) and Jornal de Notícias (Oporto, 88 436) ABOUT NEWS © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 40. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST LESSON ABOUT NEWSTOP WINNER for MAKING THE NEWSDIÁRIO DE NOTÍCIAS & JORNAL DENOTÍCIAS, PORTUGALAccepting the prize:Alexandre Nilo FonsecaHead of Marketing,Controlinveste © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 41. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZENEWSPAPERS INEDUCATION (NIE) www.wan-ifra.org
  • 42. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST MOBILIZATIONJURY COMMENDATION for NEWSPAPERS IN EDUCATION (NIE)A GAZETA, BRAZIL √ Used news to teach students about city’s historical and cultural heritage √ Loss of historic houses helped teach students about preservation CIRCULATION: 60 000 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 43. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST MOBILIZATIONJURY COMMENDATION for NEWSPAPERS IN EDUCATION (NIE)A GAZETA, BRAZIL Accepting the prize: Alvaro Moura Director, A Gazeta © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 44. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST USE OF A NEWSPAPERTOP WINNER for NEWSPAPERS IN EDUCATION (NIE)GAZETA DO POVO, BRAZIL √ Valid proof of positive academic impact of using newspapers in schools √ Latest aspect of a multi-faceted, solid programme CIRCULATION: 60 000 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 45. FIRST USE OF THE WINNERS 2011A NEWSPAPERTOP WINNER for NEWSPAPERS IN EDUCATION (NIE)GAZETA DO POVO, BRAZIL Accepting the prize: Maria Sandra Gonçalves Teixeira © 2011 WAN-IFRA | Managing Editor
  • 46. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZEPUBLIC SERVICE www.wan-ifra.org
  • 47. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CHANCE TO DESIGNJURY COMMENDATION for PUBLIC SERVICEKOMPAS DAILY, INDONESIA √ Competition to create library and reading garden in unused spaces √ Students chose location, learned how to run a library and designed programs CIRCULATION: 1,475,562 (weekdays), 2,084,060 (weekends) © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 48. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CHANCE TO DESIGNJURY COMMENDATION for PUBLIC SERVICEKOMPAS DAILY, INDONESIA Accepting the prize: Titus Kitot Business & Development Research Manager © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 49. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CHANCEJURY COMMENDATION for PUBLIC SERVICE TO PLANTMATHRUBHUMI DAILY, INDIA √ To teach about preservation, created SEED Clubs to plant saplings √ Also educated about energy conservation & recycling √ 5k schools participated CIRCULATION: 1,203,726 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 50. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CHANCE TO PLANTJURY COMMENDATION for PUBLIC SERVICEMATHRUBHUMI DAILY, INDIAM.P. Veerendrakumar, Chairman & Managing Director © 2011 WAN-IFRA |P.V. Chandran, Managing Editor
  • 51. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CHANCE TO PROBEJURY COMMENDATION for PUBLIC SERVICESOUTH CHINA MORNING POST,HONG KON CHINA √ Youth reporters interviewed elderly citizens about city’s past √ Teams pitched stories to paper, best selected and published CIRCULATION: 30,000 (weekday), 81,827 (Sunday) © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 52. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CHANCE TO PROBEJURY COMMENDATION for PUBLIC SERVICESOUTH CHINA MORNING POST,HONG KONG, CHINA Accepting the prize: Susan Ramsay Editor Young Post © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 53. THE WINNERS 2011TOP WINNER for PUBLIC SERVICEGLÅMDALEN, NORWAY √ Politisk Pepper to increase political awareness among youth ages 14-25 √ Key was youth reporter team √ Association aidedFIRST CIRCULATION: 18 531POLITICALINVOLVEMENT © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 54. FIRST THE WINNERS 2011POLITICALINVOLVEMENT TOP WINNER for PUBLIC SERVICE GLÅMDALEN, NORWAY Accepting the prize: Terje Sundby, Pepper Co-cordinator Erling Brøndmo, former Editor-in-Chief © 2011 WAN-IFRA | Eivind Lid, Editor-in-Chief
  • 55. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZEENDURINGEXCELLENCE www.wan-ifra.org
  • 56. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CRITICAL THINKINGSPECIAL MENTION for ENDURING EXCELLENCESÜDKURIER, GERMANY √ 9k students receive free copies of full newspaper √ Class room visits and exercises help students learn to analyze √ Students produce their own pages CIRCULATION: 133 000 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 57. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CRITICAL THINKINGSPECIAL MENTION for ENDURING EXCELLENCESÜDKURIER, GERMANY Accepting the prize: Günter Ackermann Deputy Chief Editor © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 58. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST MULTI- PLATFORMSPECIAL MENTION for ENDURING EXCELLENCE PAPER FOR MECHICAGO TRIBUNE, USA √ Paid student editorial staff completely controls content √ Weekly print edition complemented by online resources and social media CIRCULATION: 437 000 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 59. THE 2011WORLD YOUNGREADER PRIZEYoung ReaderNewspaper of the Year www.wan-ifra.org
  • 60. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST POLL ASKING MENEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR:JAWA POS, INDONESIA √ Daily youth section since 2000 √ Daily survey of 500-1000 youth √ Regular activities that truly connect CIRCULATION: 400 000 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 61. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST POLL ASKING MENEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR:JAWA POS, INDONESIA Accepting the prize: © 2011 WAN-IFRA | Azrul Ananda, Director
  • 62. THE WINNERS 2011 NEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR JAWA POS, INDONESIAThe Jawa Pos staff cheering section in Vienna © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 63. Above: Winners gather on stage, Below: Trophies for top prizes were created by Paris artist Paule Kingleur using copies of their newspapers. © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  • 64. THE AWARDS FOR 2012DEADLINE:15 April 2012PRESENTATION1 WAN-IFRA stAsia PacificYoung Reader SummitBangkok, 10-11 July 2010 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |