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BBC’s Martine Croxall to host the Kent Press and Broadcast Awards ceremony. Entries are now open to celebrate and reward regional journalism, with a category sponsored by Digitom.

Published: April 2023

Martine is a journalist and presenter with BBC News and also one of the host of The Papers, a popular nightly review of the pages. She will be hosting the event, which is designed to celebrate and reward local journalism, at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, Canterbury on Friday 14th July.

The not-for-profit awards are organised by Tunbridge Wells-based PR and marketing agency Maxim. Director Rachel Knight said: “It’s the county’s journalists who hold local councils and businesses to account and champion the cause of individuals, and it is these journalists and their dedication to their community who we are celebrating in these awards.”

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Sponsor Tom Chown with Kent Feature Journalist of the Year (Broadcast) Winner Jo Burn

An independent judging panel reviews every awards entry and this year includes new judges Elaine Bruce, a former BBC News journalist and editor; Anthony France, crime correspondent for the Evening Standard; John Warnett, a retired radio journalist with more than 30 years’ experience and Adrian Wills, a former newspaper and ITV broadcast journalist.

They join experienced judges Susie Boniface, a national journalist known as Fleet Street Fox; Sian Elvin, a national journalist and editor; Rebecca Smith, former senior editor for Kent Regional News and Media; and Leo Whitlock, a local newspaper journalist for more than 20 years, much of which was spent at the KM Media Group.

Kent Press & Broadcast Awards 2023 categories:

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