2017 Nominations have now closed
PMMAs Promo Kit
The Premier’s Multicultural Media Awards (PMMAs) recognise excellence among journalists, photographers, editors and publishers in print, radio, television and digital media across 14 award categories.
The PMMAs acknowledge the valuable contribution multicultural media plays in our society by connecting people to their culture, identity, and language, and contributing to media diversity in New South Wales
Launched in 2012, these awards continue to grow each year and aim to:
Nominations are now closed.
Note: Multicultural media is defined as any media outlet publishing in a language other than English or catering to specific multicultural communities.
The following eleven categories are ONLY open to multicultural media.
Outstanding investigative journalism.
Commentary and analysis presenting a compelling perspective on an issue of community importance.
Outstanding photo defining the year or making a strong statement on multiculturalism.
Excellence in news journalism in the coverage of a major news event or community issue.
Compelling audio content for radio or online broadcast.
Excellence in broadcast and audio-visual storytelling.
Outstanding use of digital production and new media.
Outstanding contribution of a multicultural media publication in informing and engaging its audience.
Compelling storytelling (3000 words or under) open to all media platforms.
Excellence and commitment to the fundamental principles of journalism.
The pinnacle of journalistic achievement.
The following THREE categories are open to ALL media.
Outstanding long-form storytelling exploring a multicultural issue.
Outstanding public interest journalism upholding the NSW Multicultural Principles.
The best piece of student journalism about cultural diversity, and/or multicultural affairs.
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