The PMMAs showcase the outstanding work of media professionals who connect people to their culture, identity and language.
The 14 award categories recognise journalists, photographers and editors working across print, radio and digital media, no matter how big or small.
Two categories are now open to all media which acknowledge the meaningful contribution media makes to the multicultural debate. In addition, a new category to celebrate young talent supports students developing their skills in journalism.
Meet our 2016 judges
Francesca Rizzoli, SBS Radio, “Dear Syria” Sheryl Dixit and Chandrika Subramaniyam, The Indian Telegraph, “Hidden stories behind Indian-Australian marriages” Zeddy Lawrence, The Australian Jewish News, “Lest We Forget: Centenary of Anzac”
Billy Cotsis, Neos Kosmos, “The Lesvos Odyssey” John Birmingham, SBS, “Boyz N The Wood” Usha Ramanujam Arvind, Indian Link, “First medical cannabis trial”
Divya Venkataraman, Tharunka, “Tonal Imbalances” Manan Luthra, Indian Link, “The House is Sitting” Sejal Madan, Fiji Times, “I see humans but no humanity”
Pri Kumar, The Indian Telegraph Mobinah Ahmad, Australasian Muslim Times Omar Dabbagh, SBS News
Joshua Levi, The Australian Jewish News, “Communal Lobby faces fraud investigation” Rajni Anand Luthra and Kira Spucys-Tahar, Indian Link, “Temple controversy”
Pawan Luthra, Indian Link, “Tackling youth radicalisation” Michael Mystakidis OAM, The Greek Herald, “Immigration is a blessing to Australia” Zia Ahmad, Australasian Muslim Times, “Loyalty to one’s nation: a universal, Islamic and Australian value”
Grishm Bhatt, Indian Link, “Cricket camaraderie” Mobinah Ahmad, Australasian Muslim Times, “People of Persia” Noel Kessel, The Australian Jewish News, “A walk for peace”
Brianna Roberts, SBS News, “Pink sari campaign” Joshua Levi, The Australian Jewish News, “Royal Commission into child sexual abuse” Royston Rebello, Indian Link, “Indian links at Gallipoli”
Pallavi Jain, SBS Radio Hindi, “Skewed ratios at birth” Peggy Giakoumelos, SBS Radio, “40 years of SBS” Raymond Selvaraj and Kulasegaram Sanchayan, SBS Radio Tamil, “Untouchables’ amongst us”
Ana Sevo, Meraki TV Raj Natarajan, OzIndian Media, “Deepavali celebrations 2015”
The Australian Jewish News, Facebook and Twitter coverage of the “Royal Commission into child sexual abuse” Indian Link, “International cricket series”
Bernard Sullivan, Charles Sturt University, “Yindyamarra Yambuwan (Respecting Everything)” Marina Belkina, Russian News Times, “Lest we forget” Sheryl Dixit and Chandrika Subramaniyam, The Indian Telegraph, “Hidden stories behind Indian-Australian marriage”
Australasian Muslim Times Indian Link The Australian Jewish News
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