Applications are open for the Livingston Awards 2022. The Livingston Awards were established in 1981 to recognize outstanding reporting and bolster the careers of journalists under the age of 35. For 40 years of the Livingston Awards have identified exceptional young journalists and the next generation of newsroom leaders.
The Livingston Awards invites print, online, video, audio, and data visualization entries. Winning the award helps talented young reporters develop the confidence and the institutional backing to continue producing ambitious projects. National recognition leads winners to new stories, new audiences, and new career opportunities. The distinguished names of past winners include David Remnick, Christiane Amanpour, Ira Glass, Michelle Norris, and Steve Coll.
In addition, the Richard M. Clurman Award honors superb on-the-job mentors who improve journalism by exemplifying excellence in nurturing, critiquing, and inspiring young journalists. The Clurman Award is presented alongside the annual Livingston Awards winners.
- Prizes of $10,000 will be presented in three categories: local, national, and international reporting. There is no entry fee. Prize money is paid directly to the journalists, not the media organization.
Eligibility Required for Livingston Awards
- Firstly, Entrants must be 34 years of age or younger as of December 31, 2021.
- Secondly, Multiple bylines are eligible, but all must meet the age criteria.
- Thirdly, One entry per individual is accepted. One entry can be a single piece or a maximum of three pieces either from a published series, an original piece and its follow-up developments or three pieces clearly tied together in a beat. All pieces of the series must be published by the same organization.
- Additionally, There is no limit to the number of entries that a media organization can submit, provided that they enter only one entry per reporter.
- Moreover, Individuals may apply on their own, or be entered by their organization.
- Print, online, video, audio, and data visualization work is eligible. Still, photography is not eligible.
- The work must appear in U.S.-controlled media. Entrants are not required to be U.S. citizens.
- Entries must be directly related to current events or include new information about old events. Features and commentary are eligible.
- Submissions must consist of materials prepared in the ordinary course of the journalist’s professional production. Materials prepared by journalists specifically for submission to the Livingston Awards do not qualify.
- Student media are not eligible.
- Competition is limited to work published or appearing during the calendar year ending December 31, 2021.
- Winners will participate in an outreach event arranged by the Livingston Awards.
Entries for work published in 2021 are now open. The entry deadline is February 1, 2022.
Lastly, It is important to visit the official website link found below to access the application form.
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