Diamond Awards for Media Excellence
Freezing of media awards, implications for investigative, interpretative reporting
The best journalist may not necessarily be an award winner. However, winning awards has a lot of advantages for good journalists and the organisations they work for.
Prospects, retrospection as The Guardian clocks 37
If indeed, life, as they say, begins at 40, it could be rightly said that The Guardian is coming of age. Today marks the 37th anniversary of this iconic newspaper.
DAME names 17 judges for 27th edition
Trustees of the Diamond Awards for Media Excellence have announced a panel of seventeen judges to screen entries for the 27th edition of the awards. They include seven women and ten men, drawn from the rank of veteran journalists, academics, and other respected professions. The academics are: Prof. Nosa Owens-Ibie (dean of management sciences, Caleb University,…
DAME calls for entries
Organizers of Diamond Awards for Media Excellence (DAME) have called for entries for the 27th edition of the annual event. The award aims at celebrating outstanding...
DAME, Ford Foundation partner on ‘Watchdogs or Captured Media?’
Last week, Diamond Awards for Media Excellence, in conjunction with Ford Foundation, held a two-day conference on ‘Watchdogs or Captured Media?’ where the roles of the media in Nigeria’s Emergent Democracy from 1999 to 2016 were treated as a case study.