Indeed, in older age, I have been some years on the international panel of judges for the Aerospace Journalist of the Year Awards and we would never credit even an expert aviation for rushing into print without very, very careful research.
What does JOYA stand for?
JOYA stands for Journalist of the Year Awards
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- Jevrejska Opstina Zemun (Serbian: Jewish Community Zemun)
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- Jakarta Project
- Jamaica Plain (MA, USA)
- Janata Pary (Indian Political Party)
Samples in periodicals archive:
About the Awards The international Aerospace Journalist of the Year Awards are the world's most important awards for aviation writers and broadcasters.
In March 2002, Wheatcroft was presented with the decade of excellence award at the Business Journalist of the Year awards.
William Reed, publisher of The Grocer, swept the board at the Britvic Business Food & Drink Journalist of the Year Awards, winning seven of the eight awards, including three for The Grocer The Grocer was awarded Publication of the Year and editor Julian Hunt was presented with the Editor of the Year Award.
And it was another double whammy for The Irish People's editor, Greg Harkin, who received a commendation for both investigative journalist of the year and the daily news journalist of the year awards.
Barry was named daily newspaper journalist of the year at the Northern Business Journalist of the Year Awards at a ceremony held in Newcastle.
Last month, he was highly commended by judges in the Business Journalist of the Year awards, organised by British Telecom, and he also came second in the Industrial Journalist of the Year competition run by The Industrial Society.
The Sunday Mail's political editor, Angus Macleod, who won Reporter of the Year and Journalist of the Year awards two years ago, was nominated in the Specialist Writer of the Year category.