The Rory Peck Awards are judged by panels of professionals drawn from the international media industry.
This Award recognises the work of freelance journalists in the video coverage of a news event where the focus is on the immediacy of the story.
Duration: up to a maximum of 10 minutes
Liz Corbin (CHAIR)
Deputy Media Director and Head of News, EBU
Presenter & Producer, France 24
Head of Partnerships & Training, Google News Labs
Founder member of Director, Me International Limited
Head of NBC News International
News Features Award.
This Award recognises the work of freelance journalists in video news features that take a more in-depth look at a story, beyond the immediacy of the news.
Duration: up to a maximum of 30 minutes
Kiran Nazish (CHAIR)
Founding Director, Coalition for Women in Journalism
Security Editor, ITV News
Senior News Editor, BBC News
Senior Correspondent, Al Jazeera
Sony Impact Award for Current Affairs.
This Award recognises the work of freelance journalists working in long-form current affairs video/film that examines a single issue, story or situation and has an impact on the viewer, policy or public awareness.
Duration: up to a maximum of 60 minutes
Liliane Landor (CHAIR)
Head of Foreign News, Channel 4 News
Head of BBC Persian, BBC World Service
Journalist and Media Advisor
Head of Connected Content Acquisition, Sony
Director of the Journalist Fellowship Programme, Reuters Institute
The Martin Adler Prize honours a local freelance journalist or field producer working in any medium whose work with international media outlets has made a significant contribution to newsgathering.
This Award is judged by the Trustees of the Rory Peck Trust.