RELEASE DATE: 10 July 2013
The Chartered Institute of Journalists has won the contract to run a European Parliament competition for broadcast journalism students marking the 40th anniversary of the UK joining the EU.
It is open to third year journalism students at university or college or those on a post graduate diploma in journalism course.
Entrants will produce short video reports detailing the impact that the UK’s membership of the EU has had on any aspect of life in the areas in which they live or study.
There will be prizes and winner’s work will form part of a showcase event to mark the anniversary.
More information will be available on www.cioj.co.uk by the end of the month.
Notes for Editors:
Formed in 1884, the Chartered Institute of Journalists (CIoJ) is the world’s oldest established professional body for journalists, and a representative voice of media and communications professionals throughout the UK and the Commonwealth.
CIoJ president Charlie Harris 07956 094640 / CIoJ general secretary Dominic Cooper 020 7252 1187