Entries due by February 28, 2023.
Once again, the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) invites all its guilds to participate in the IFAJ Star Prize. Online entry forms are now open, and entries will be accepted until February 28, 2023.
New this year, individual members of IFAJ member guilds can nominate themselves and enter their work directly into the online form.
At the end of the entry period, IFAJ will collect all entries from each guild and ask the guild to select one official entry for each category. Guilds may also nominate the work of one of its members in any category through the online forms.
Entries must have been published in 2022 or awarded a prize in a 2022 guild contest.
The categories include:
- Broadcast Audio
- Broadcast Video
- Digital Media — Online entries utilizing at least TWO forms of storytelling, including text, images, audio, video, etc. (In the past, three storytelling forms were required.)
In addition, individual members of IFAJ member guilds can enter the IFAJ Star Prize for Photography contest themselves. There is no limit to the number of participants from each guild in the Photo contest.
“The IFAJ Star Prize recognizes excellent journalism on a global stage,” says IFAJ Secretary-General Addy Rossi. “Participation is free, including translations, and there is nothing like being voted ‘the best in the world’! We encourage all guilds to enter their members’ work and take advantage of this opportunity to celebrate great agricultural journalism.
“All the works entered will receive technical feedback from IFAJ’s judges, enriching the professional development of each entrant who participates in the contest,” Rossi adds.
Do you need translation? No problem. You can translate your guild entries into English for judging or ask us to do it for you. If possible, provide entries that require translation as soon as possible to allow time for translation and review before submitting the package to the judges.
You will find the rules and registration forms on the IFAJ website or by clicking here.
More questions? Get in touch with Addy Rossi, IFAJ Secretary General, email@example.com