Siemens launches the third edition of the regional CEE CEE Press Award.
This year, the company searches for the best media on ” The digital future of cities, industry and energy “. The competition is open to journalists from 13 countries: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Israel, Montenegro, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine and Hungary.
The Siemens CEE Press Award is based on the desire to give recognition to press materials that address key topics for modern society, as well as to promote exchanges of experience among journalists in the region.
The deadline for the registration of ” The digital future of cities, industry and energy ” It is August 15, 2018 . Both articles or interviews from written press, online or printed, as well as audio or video, which were published or broadcast between 1 October 2017 and 14 August 2018, may be sent.
The articles enrolled in the competition must cover the proposed theme in a national or international context in accordance with the format or type of publication.
The materials enrolled in the competition in each participating country will be assessed locally by a jury of recognized journalists, a university professor and a Siemens representative. Each country will designate a winner who will qualify for the final of the competition, to be held on 25 September at Siemens headquarters in Vienna.
At the ceremony in Vienna, the best three press materials from the region will be chosen, each being awarded with a check of € 1,000 . At the award ceremony in Vienna, all finalists will have the opportunity to visit the intelligent Aspern district in Vienna and see the Siemens applications researched, tested and implemented there.
To enter the competition enter the dedicated page .
Competition rules and judging criteria can be consulted on the event page .
The winners of the previous CEE CEE Press Award were Florin Caşotă, Business Magazin (in 2017) and Oraan Mărculescu , Green-Tech Science & Tech Editor (in 2016).
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