The Harold Wincott Awards for Business Journalism in 2016
15 February, 2017. The deadline for entries for the 2016 Wincott awards has been extended from today by one week to Wednesday, 22 February.
Applications are invited for the six Harold Wincott Awards for Business, Economic and Financial Journalism in 2016. They are:
THE WINCOTT JOURNALISM OF THE YEAR AWARD: to an individual or team making the best contribution to financial, business and economic journalism
THE WINCOTT AWARD FOR VIDEO JOURNALISM: awarded to a team or individual judged to have produced the best video programme
THE WINCOTT AWARD FOR AUDIO JOURNALISM: awarded to a team or individual judged to have produced the best audio programme
THE WINCOTT YOUNG JOURNALIST AWARD: to an individual journalist under the age of 28 at the end of 2016, working in any medium
THE WINCOTT AWARD FOR PERSONAL FINANCE JOURNALISM IN 2016: to an individual or team making the best contribution to reporting or analysis of personal finance issues
THE WINCOTT AWARD FOR FINANCIAL JOURNALISM IN THE UK NATIONS AND REGIONS in 2016: to an individual or team in any medium making the best contribution to business journalism outside London
The deadline for applications is 15 February, 2017.
2016 Wincott Lecture
Britain and Europe: What Ways Forward?
The 2016 Wincott Lecture, "Britain and Europe: What Ways Forward?", was given by Harold James, Professor of History and International Affairs at Princeton University.
Professor James's lecture was followed by a response from Robert Tombs, Professor of Modern European History at the University of Cambridge.
To read the texts of Harold James's lecture and Robert Tombs's response, and for an audio transcript of the subsequent question-and-answer session, click here.
Former fellows look back...and forward
Between 1995 and 2015, The Wincott Foundation sponsored a fellowship programme through which journalists from the ex-Communist countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union spent one or two terms at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism in the University of Oxford. In all, 38 journalists attended the programme.
Following the closing of the programme, the Foundation invited former fellows to write an essay on their experience at Oxford, their careers and the evolution of business media in their countries. Their essays are published here.