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City journalism students and alumni dominate the PPA awards shortlist

City students and alumni nominated for prestigious publishing industry awards

by Nicola Ranson (Communications Officer)

Students studying for a Masters in Magazine Journalism at City University London have scooped multiple nominations at the Professional Publishers Association New Talent Awards. The students have all been nominated for the Most Promising Student Journalist of the Year award, taking six out of the eight places in this category's shortlist. 

Students nominated are: Max Benwell, Kathryn Bromwich, Kasia Delgado, Jack Dutton, Hannah Rose Ewans, Adam Gale, Sam McCaffrey and Helen Pye. 

Alongside these student nominations, ten alumni have been shortlisted in categories that include New Editor of the Year and New Section Editor of the Year.

MA Magazine Journalism Programme Director, Barbara Rowlands said: "We're always thrilled when City students and alumni are shortlisted for such prestigious awards. They were an extraordinary, talented and hard-working group last year."

The PPA New Talent awards recognise the brightest and best new journalists within the magazine and business media industry. The winners will be announced at a ceremony on Tuesday 10th March, held at the Brewery in London.

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Professional Publishers Association

The Professional Publishers Association (PPA) is a publishing industry body that promotes and protects the interests of companies involved in the production of consumer, customer and business media in the UK.

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