Guardian and Observer scoop three prizes in British Journalism Awards

Daniel Taylor, Carole Cadwalladr and Aditya Chakrabortty scoop prizes for sports, technology and comment respectively on Monday night The Guardian and the Observer have won three British Journalism Awards, including sports journalism of the year for Daniel Taylor for exposing sexual abuse in football. The Observer’s Carole Cadwalladr won the technology journalism award for her investigation into Russia’s influence on the Brexit referendum while Guardian columnist Aditya Chakrabortty scooped the award for comment journalism. Continue reading...

Guardian wins Newspaper of Year at Football Supporters’ Federation awards

• Guardian wins best newspaper, Football Weekly named best podcast
• Guardian contributor Jonathan Wilson wins writer of the yearThe Guardian enjoyed a successful evening at the Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) awards in London, winning Newspaper of the Year for the fifth time in succession. Football Weekly picked up the prize for Podcast of the Year, while regular Guardian contributor Jonathan Wilson was named Writer of the Year at the ceremony held at the Tower of London. Continue reading...

Guardian named Newspaper of Year at Football Supporters’ Federation awards

• Fourth successive occasion the Guardian has won award
• Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho named the Player of the Year The Guardian has been named the Newspaper of the Year at the Football Supporters’ Federation awards for the fourth year in a row.

.@owen_g accepts the Newspaper of the Year award on behalf of @guardian_sport (presented by Chris Foy, not @chrishoy) #fsfawards

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Guardian wins Newspaper, Writer, Podcast awards from Football Supporters

Amy Lawrence named Writer of the Year by FSF
Guardian’s Football Weekly takes Podcast/Radio Show of Year
Chris Cook wins Racing Reporter of the YearThe Guardian won the Newspaper of the Year, Writer of the Year and Podcast/Radio Show of the Year awards at the Football Supporters’ Federation’s awards night on Monday. The paper’s citation for the newspaper award read: “With a real ear for fan issues, it’s no surprise to see the Guardian shortlisted. Let’s not forget its commitment to top-class coverage of European football either, with great copy from the likes of Raphael Honigstein and Sid Lowe. Continue reading...