Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Cardiff Journalism School wins another major magazine award

A magazine created and produced on Cardiff Journalism School's postgraduate magazine course has won the industry's major award for student magazines.

Tracks ("The ONLY alternative attainable travel magazine") was judged by a panel of the great and good to be the best in a strong field of contenders for the Periodical Training Council's Magazine Academy competition. The judges felt that Tracks had a very clear idea of its readers, fostered a very clubby feel through great editorial content and had very high production and design values.

Like all magazines produced on Cardiff's postgraduate magazine course, Tracks exists in print and digital forms – you can see the online version here.

Cardiff's other course magazine, IndieNational, also made the final shortlist – a significant success in itself.

This victory adds to the total of Cardiff Journalism School's list of successes over the years in this and other national competitions.

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There was one that picked up an award last year, wasn't there? What was it called?

No, seriously, big ups to JOMEC, and particularly the all-conquering magazine lot.
Good on yer!

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