The Abramowitz Israeli Prize for Media Criticism - 2007
The Abramowitz Israeli prize for media criticism is awarded by Israel’s Media Watch once a year.
The prize of $5,000 is awarded to one or two winners for an especially valiant, significant and qualitative contribution to media criticism. It is awarded for journalism criticizing the media, for providing and forming appropriate forums for media criticism, and for increasing pluralism and reducing monopolistic practices in the Israeli media. The aim of the prize is to encourage the Israeli media to open itself to criticism, whether from the journalists themselves or external sources such as intellectuals, academics and public figures.
The prize will be awarded as part of the ceremony of The Abramowitz Israeli prize for media criticism on 16/01/2008.
The public is invited to propose candidates for the prize.
Only written proposals will be accepted, to arrive at the IMW office by Sunday25.11.07
To get a form to propose a candidate for the prize - press here
To see the regulations for the prize (in Hebrew) - press here
The form, together with any other relevant documents, such as articles and other publications, should be sent to the IMW office by post, fax, or e- mail.
Israel’s Media Watch address is:
P.O box 16519,
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