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Celebrating Excellence in Newspaper Production – Awards 2002

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Newspaper Printer of the Year

The Agfa Premier Award

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Winner

City West Printing (Irish Independent)Highly Commended
Westcountry Design & Print (Western Morning News)

Commended

News International, Wapping (The Times)

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Agfa director Laurence Roberts (right) presents the Newspaper Printer of the Year Award to Brendan Elebert, general manager of City West Printing (for the Irish Independent)

 

National Newspaper of the Year

The Stora Enso Premier Award

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Winner

The Times

Highly Commended

The Daily Mail

Commended

The Daily Telegraph

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Editor of The Times, Robert Thomson (centre) holds the Award for National Newspaper of the Year, presented by Stora Enso’s Jukka Kaarlehto

 

Regional Newspaper of the Year

The Fujifilm Graphic Systems Premier Award

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Winner

Yorkshire Post

Highly Commended

Leicester Mercury

Commended

Eastern Daily Press

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Stuart Remmer (centre) collects the Award for Regional Newspaper of the Year, won by the Yorkshire Post. Fujifilm Graphic Systems business development manager Adrian Muttitt gets a hug!

 

Sunday Newspaper of the Year

The Digital Technology International Premier Award

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Winner

The Mail on Sunday

Highly Commended

The Observer

Commended

The Sunday Telegraph

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DTI’s Joann Froelich presents the Award for Sunday Newspaper of the Year to Mail on Sunday design editor Henry Nolan

 

Outstanding Use of Colour

The Kodak Polychrome Graphics Award
Winner

Yorkshire Post

Highly Commended

The Observer

Commended

The Guardian

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Best Use of Colour: the winner was the Yorkshire Post. Imaging Operations Manager Mike Fisher collects the Award from Kodak Polychrome Graphics sales and marketing director Terry Baber

 

Weekly Newspaper of the Year

The Picdar Award

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Winner

Kent Messenger

Highly Commended

West Sussex Gazette

Commended

Cambrian News

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Picdar commercial director Rod Hunt (left) with Ron Green, managing editor of the Kent Messenger Group, winner of Weekly Newspaper of the Year

 

Best Implementation of Computer to Plate Technology

The Autologic Award
Winner

News International

Highly Commended

Shropshire Star

Commended

Express & Star

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News International’s Eddie McIlwaine (production director) and Matthew Bumstead (senior origination specialist), pictured centre, receive the Award for Best Implementation of CTP Technology from Kurt Smits of Agfa, presented on behalf of Agfa subsidiary Autologic

 

Heatset Colour Supplement of the Year

The Precision Colour Printing Award
Winner

How to Spend It (FT)

Highly Commended

Herald Magazine

Commended

You Magazine (The Mail on Sunday)

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The FT’s ‘How to Spend It’ supplement editor Gillian de Bono collects the Award for Best Heatset Supplement from Precision Colour printing sales director Alex Evans

 

Coldset Colour Supplement of the Year

The Usher Walker Award
Winner

Weekend (Irish Independent)

Highly Commended

The Look (The Mirror)

Commended

Home (Sunday Times)

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Usher Walker Sales director Iain Maloney (left) presents Irish Independent editor Vincent Doyle with the Award for Best Coldset Supplement

 

Special Interest Newspaper of the Year

The Newspaper Awards Trophy
Winner

Times Educational Supplement

Highly Commended

Fish Farming International

Commended

Jewish Chronicle

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Representing the Newspaper Awards team, Helen Hargreaves presents the trophy for Special Interest Newspaper of the Year to Times Educational Supplement production support manager Wayne Thorpe, of News International (Knowsley)

 

Newspaper Design of the Year

The Headlines Magazine Award
Winner

Evening Gazette (Teesside)

Highly Commended

The Times

Commended

The Mail on Sunday

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Newspaper Society president Edwin Boorman (left) presents Evening Gazette editor Paul Robertson with the Award for Newspaper Design of the Year

 

Most Innovative Technology of the Year

The AdFast Award
Winner

West Ferry Printers

Highly Commended

News International Newspapers

Commended

Guardian/Observer

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West Ferry Printers’ pre-press manager Tony Booth (centre) takes the Award for Best Use of Digital Communications from AdFast director Jim Black, chairman of the Newspaper Society’s Technical Forum

 

Best Daily Newspaper on the World Wide Web

The pcsdotNet Award for daily electronic newspapers – run by a daily newspaper publishing centre
Winner

Guardian Unlimited

Highly Commended

Telegraph.co.uk

Commended

Sun Online

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Best Daily Newspaper on the World Wide Web: Jon Simcox, head of technology at pcsdotNet (left) presents the Award to Simon Waldman, director of digital publishing at The Guardian, for Guardian Unlimited.

 

Best Weekly Newspaper on the World Wide Web

The pcsdotNet Award for weekly electronic newspapers – run by a weekly newspaper publishing centre
Winner

Jewish Chronicle

Highly Commended

Kent Online

Commended

This is Wiltshire

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Best Weekly Newspaper on the World Wide Web: Jewish Chronicle editor Ned Temko (centre) collects the Award from Mark Read, sales manager of sponsor pcsdotNet

Personality of the Year

The Production Journal Award
Freddy Johnston, Johnston Press

“Throughout his career, Freddy has made an enormous contribution to the regional newspaper industry and has served on many associated committees and organisations, including the Scottish Newspaper Proprietors’ Association, the Young Newspapermen’s Association, Master Printers of Scotland and the Press Council, now the Press Complaints Commission. He is still an active member of the Commonwealth Press Union and the World Association of Newspapers.
A past president of the Newspaper Society, Freddy was made a CBE in 1993, and has been a non-executive director of Johnston Press since his retirement as chairman in April last year.
Under Freddy’s control, his family business grew from just four titles and £100,000 turnover in the 1960s to the present day Johnston Press – one of the largest and most successful newspaper publishing operations, a near billion pound company comprising almost 250 titles and employing 9,000 staff.”

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Frederick Patrick Mair Johnston – Freddy to his friends – was named Personality of the Year by PJ editor Gary Cullum

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