Added on 19/03/2009
CHURCH OF IRELAND 2009 COMMUNICATIONS COMPETITION
LAST CALL FOR ENTRIES!
REMINDER: CLOSING DATE 20 MARCH 2009
Magazine, Website and New Technologies Competition
The Central Communications Board launched the Magazine, Website and New Technologies Competition on 12 February inviting entries within each category. Quality of design and layout, strength of editorial content and outreach potential are once again to be the standards of excellence against which entries will be judged. The closing date is Friday 20 March 2009. Winners will be announced at the General Synod in Armagh, 8-10 May 2009.
In the Magazine section entries are invited in three print media categories:
Church of Ireland affiliated organisation Magazine/Newsletter
In the Website section entries are invited in three categories:
Church of Ireland affiliated organisation Website
In the New Technologies section:
Most innovative use of New Technologies: to include Interactive Communication Technologies (ICT) or 'social media' over and beyond standard websites, eg: blogs, podcasts or social networking or content-sharing websites.
Entries are welcome from any committee or group associated with the Church of Ireland.
Central Communications Board Chairman, the Rt Revd Trevor Williams, Bishop of Limerick, says:
'We are a community with a message. Communication is central to our life as a Church. Good communication not only provides information, but builds a sense of belonging and encourages involvement.
We have a message to share with others and the quality of our communication will affect the clarity of that message. Communication is also a skill, and we can all improve. So, join in this competition. It’s a chance to learn from others and commend those who are doing a good job.'
Please obtain an entry form from the Church of Ireland Press Office (by email: email@example.com or phone: from NI 028 9023 2909, from RoI 048 9023 2909) and send entries as follows:
Magazines and newsletters – one recent copy – to Jenny Compston, Press Office, Church of Ireland House, 61-67 Donegall St, Belfast, BT 1 2QH, Northern Ireland.
Websites, please supply an e-mail containing the URL to: firstname.lastname@example.org
New Technologies, please send an example or link including a description of the technology, how applied and the objective of the initiative to Jenny Compston, Press Office, Church of Ireland House, 61-67 Donegall St, Belfast, BT 1 2QH, Northern Ireland or to email@example.com.
Remember: the closing date for entries is Friday 20 March 2009
|For further information please contact: |
|Church of Ireland Press Office |
Church of Ireland House
61–67 Donegall Street
Belfast BT1 2QH
Tel: (028) 9082 8880 (from NI)
Tel: (048) 9082 8880 (from RoI)
Fax (028) 9032 3554
E–mail: Press Office
|Paul Harron: (duty phone) +44 (0)7787 881582 |
Janet Maxwell: (duty phone) +353 (0) 87 948 4412
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