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City alumnae named “rising stars”

Two Journalism alumnae have been recognised by the British Society of Magazine Editors

by Nicola Ranson (Communications Officer)

A prestigious publishing society has given recognition to two City Journalism alumnae.  Established in 2013 by the British Society of Magazine Editors, the Rising Star Awards aim to recognise the best new names in the industry.

Caroline Millington (Periodical Journalism, 2000) won the Best Deputy category. Caroline won the award for her role as Content Editor & Social Media Manager for Now magazine, Time Inc.

Radhika Sanghani (Newspaper Journalism, 2012) was highly commended in the Best Original Content Idea – Digital category. She was recognised for her piece on Tinder for Telegraph.co.uk/women. Radhika’s article explored ethnicity and online dating.

Jonathan Hewett, Director of Interactive and Newspaper Journalism said:

It's great to see our alumni being recognised for their successes in journalism. Our Masters programmes provide students with the foundations to keep learning after they finish, and to continue advancing their careers effectively.
Jonathan Hewett, Director of Newspaper Journalism

The annual ceremony received more nominations this year than ever before. The awards were announced on Monday 6th June at a ceremony held at 1901 Andaz Liverpool Street.

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