Longlist announcement for Young Reporters Broadcasting
LAUSANNE, March 13, 2023 - The AIPS Sport Media Awards are pleased to announce the longlist for the Young Reporters Broadcasting category.
The longlist represents the first judging stage and is based on the average ratings of the AIPS panel of specialists, the Executive Committee members and the members of the Jury.
Find out more about the judging stages here.
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Here are the selected works, in alphabetical order of country:
YOUNG REPORTERS BROADCASTING
Philip Dirnbeck (Austria), Emotions of the Special Olympics - ORF
Thomas Rathgeb (Austria), Sports during the energy crisis - can we afford this? - ORF
Hilay Christelle Tolo Kpadonou (Benin), Sylvestre Monnou, a growing star of Beninese tennis - Icône TV
Henrique Arcoverde (Brazil), The bricklayer's glove guy - Grupo Globo
Mariana Tolentino (Brazil), Citizenship and Sport: Teachers are examples of social inclusion and democracy - Sistema Sagres de Comunicação
Borislav Orlinov (Bulgaria), Evdokia Popadinova - Unbreakable - Max Sport
Mubarak Haruna (Ghana), Nima Dreams: Lack of football pitches affecting talent production in Nima - Muftawu Nabila Abdulai
Francis Hema (Ghana), Football and motherhood; Fidaus Yakubu playing football as a mother of two - Media General
Stephen Keter (Kenya), Waliobobea; Meet Tecla Chemwabwai, Kenya's first female Olympian - Nation Media Group
Soobin Shin (Republic of Korea), Batting on a Miracle - KBS
Aabir Rharib (Morocco), This is my purpose - Aabir Rharib YouTube
Victorine Kaaronda (Namibia), Never walk alone project- King Tee & Tim Ekandjo - Namibia Broadcasting Corporation
Castro Uulumbu (Namibia), On the Spot with Namibias’ women football pioneer, Julien Garises - One Africa Television
Oluwatobi Ayinde (Nigeria), Owambe and hoop, Basketball in Ijeja community. - Yes FM
Lada Alekseeva (Russia), Sport during the war - Match TV
Qasem ALmaskeen (Saudi Arabia), Khaleejclub win a title after 18 - AlYaum newspaper
Thess Mostoles (Spain), Becoming a professional boxer with Amy Andrew - Women in Sport
Pierre Pillet (Switzerland), The Inland Glacier patrol - Léman Bleu
Ilyes Ben Salah (Tunisia), Interview with the Sports Minister - Diwan FM
Halit Çiçekli (Turkey), Amputee Football World Cup Final Report - TRT
Kitaka Abel (Uganda), Footballing life in West Nile Uganda - Salt Media
Alla Vas'kovs'ka (Ukraine), First “RUNDAY” after 24th February in Lviv. How runners met the war and why they decided to continue - Pershyi Zakhidnyi TV and radio
Benjamin Cure (USA), Benjamin Cure interviews Inter Miami CF Academy U-17 goalkeepers - Inter Miami CF
Audrey Green (USA), Tennis Ground-Breaking on Middle Tennessee State University's Campus - Audrey Green (YouTube)
Benjamin Payne (USA), The business of ‘Banana Ball’: How the Savannah Bananas are changing baseball in Georgia and beyond - Georgia Public Broadcasting
Ari Saperstein (USA), Ukrainian gymnast Illia Kovtun & the photo seen around the world - Blind Landing
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT Following this longlist, we will announce the shortlist and subsequently the finalists.
The final ceremony will take place in Seoul on May 9, 2023.
Stay tuned for the rest of the longlists!