Church Times wins another award

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28 April 2010

BECAUSE Christianity isn’t black and white . . .

At last week’s national Newspaper Awards, the Church Times won another prestigious prize. Last year it was judged Niche Newspaper of the Year. This year, in the same category, it won the award for Best Use of Colour. It was also short­listed once again for Niche Newspaper of the Year.

The judges’ citation men­tioned “an intri­guing mixture of power­ful covers con­trast­ing with sophis­ticated and sparing use of colour inside”.

Other winners at last week’s ceremony were The Daily Telegraph, which was honoured as Best Na­tional News­paper of the Year for its ex­posure of the MPs’ ex­penses scan­dal. Its editor, William Lewis, was judged Per­son­ality of the Year. The Sunday Times received the award for Best Weekend Newspaper; the Eastern Daily Press for Best Regional Newspaper; and The Cumberland News for Weekly Newspaper. The Financial Times won the award for Newspaper Design of the Year, and The Guardian won Best Use of Colour among the dailies.

The editor would like to thank the printers of the Church Times, Mor­tons of Horncastle, for the consist­ently high quality of work they produce each week. Mortons were justly shortlisted for the Printer of the Year award.

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