Foreign Reporter of the Year


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

History


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

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]

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International Journalist of the Year

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

Foreign Stringer of the Year

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

References


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  12. "Winners 2011". The Press Awards. Archived from the original on 2017-05-08. Retrieved 2015-10-09.
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