YNUKtv and Brunel University are pleased to announce the Best Local News award for 2013
Congratulations Alan Selby. Alan won the 2013 YNUKtv/Brunel University Award for best Local News video. He has also won a cash prize of £300.
Runners-up: Victoria Oliphant, Claire Payne
Alan Selby – winner
Alan’s winning story takes us to Walthamstow where the residents and local MP campaigned to save the EMD cinema from becoming a Church centre.
Latest: The cinema has been saved from Church conversion. Still more to be done
The on-going controversy surrounding HS2 led Victoria to a Rifle Club group who will have to move should the project go ahead
Claire has a different angle on the HS2 and how it will affect the community
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John went to a football match where he found racism was being practiced among football fans
Amanda joined the police at a sale of stolen goods. It’s amazing to see in her video the items left behind or stolen
The idea of job sharing among MPs is an interesting one. Chris went to find out whether it would work
Adam enters the world of Social Enterprise and discovers some interesting facts
Her story is about the fall-out to the community over the building of a third runway at Heathrow
Connor tackled the issue of the Legacy after the Olympic Games. Officials accused of not fulfilling pledges
Presentation was held 10 December 2013
YourNewsUKtv supports community and local news and along with Brunel University is sponsoring “The Best Local News Video” for the University’s media department. A student will receive £300 for their high standard of editorial content, creative reporting and presentation of a community news item.
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Community news has developed as an important part of news coverage cross the UK. Citizen video journalists are in demand and can play a big part in offering valuable content for TV news.