Competition highlights religion reporting [Worldwide]

Posted on Jan 10, 2019 in Specialized Topics

Journalists covering religion can apply for an award.

The Religion Newswriters Association (RNA) Awards for Religion Reporting Excellence honor journalists from newspapers, magazines, broadcast outlets, online outlets, student publications and book authors who write about religion.

The contest features more than 20 awards in six media categories, in addition to a student category, and more than US$10,000 in prizes. Works must have been published or broadcast in English in 2019. International entries are accepted.

The entry fee ranges from US$50 to US$120 for non-members. Joining RNA can save entrants up to US$75.

The deadline is March 2, except for the student category, which is May 1.