World Young Reader Prize 2011 Celebration

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World Young Reader Prize 2011 Celebration

  1. 1. The 2011World YoungReader PrizeCelebrationVienna, Austria • 12 October 2011 www.wan-ifra.org
  2. 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. 3. As part of the Young Reader Round Table at the 63rd World Newspaper Congress & 18th World Editors Forum © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  4. 4. Supported by Norske Skog, theNorway-based global paperproducer, since 2003. © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  5. 5. Keynotespeaker:Jacob MathewWAN-IFRAPresidentModerator: AralynnMcManeExecutive DirectorWAN-IFRA Young2011 WAN-IFRA | ©Readership Development
  6. 6. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZETHE NATASA PRIZEFOR PRINTING PLANTS www.wan-ifra.org
  7. 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. 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. 9. THE NATASA PRIZEAPM Print and Trans Press: The printing plant’s first day © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  10. 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. 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. 12. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZEBRAND www.wan-ifra.org
  13. 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. 14. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST BIKEATHONJURY COMMENDATION for BRANDI-NEXT, INDIA Accepting the prize: Alok Sanwal CEO © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  15. 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. 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. 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. 18. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZECONNECTINGWITH MOBILE www.wan-ifra.org
  19. 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. 20. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZEEDITORIAL www.wan-ifra.org
  21. 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. 22. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST GIFT FROM GRANDPARENTSJURY COMMENDATION for EDITORIALYOMIURI SHIMBUN, JAPAN Accepting the prize: Tetsuya Tsuruhara European Editor © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  23. 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. 24. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST HYBRID NEWS & SOCIAL MEDIAJURY COMMENDATION for EDITORIALDELOVOY PETERBURG, RUSSIA Accepting the prize: Irina Kruzhilina © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  25. 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. 26. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST INTERACTIONSPECIAL MENTION for EDITORIALUNITED DAILY NEWS, TAIWAN Accepting the prize: Chin Ching Kang Project Director © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  27. 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. 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. 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. 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. 31. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZEMAKINGTHE NEWS www.wan-ifra.org
  32. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 41. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZENEWSPAPERS INEDUCATION (NIE) www.wan-ifra.org
  42. 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. 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. 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. 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. 46. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZEPUBLIC SERVICE www.wan-ifra.org
  47. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 55. THE 2011 WORLDYOUNG READER PRIZEENDURINGEXCELLENCE www.wan-ifra.org
  56. 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. 57. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST CRITICAL THINKINGSPECIAL MENTION for ENDURING EXCELLENCESÜDKURIER, GERMANY Accepting the prize: Günter Ackermann Deputy Chief Editor © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  58. 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. 59. THE 2011WORLD YOUNGREADER PRIZEYoung ReaderNewspaper of the Year www.wan-ifra.org
  60. 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. 61. THE WINNERS 2011 FIRST POLL ASKING MENEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR:JAWA POS, INDONESIA Accepting the prize: © 2011 WAN-IFRA | Azrul Ananda, Director
  62. 62. THE WINNERS 2011 NEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR JAWA POS, INDONESIAThe Jawa Pos staff cheering section in Vienna © 2011 WAN-IFRA |
  63. 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. 64. THE AWARDS FOR 2012DEADLINE:15 April 2012PRESENTATION1 WAN-IFRA stAsia PacificYoung Reader SummitBangkok, 10-11 July 2010 © 2011 WAN-IFRA |

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