We’re absolutely thrilled to announce that our sponsor for the digital journalism award in 2021 will be FIPP. Founded in 1925 in France, FIPP is one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious membership associations. Originally formed by a consortium of magazine publishers to enable them to share ideas, the organisation has grown over almost 100 years to include media owners and content creators from across the world. FIPP exists to empower its members to build market-leading international media businesses through intelligence, solutions and partnerships. The award will be called the FIPP Digital Journalism Award, and is open to anyone,
The British Library is going to create a ‘New Media Writing Prize Collection’ – a digital archive of all the winners and shortlisters from our first year, 2010, to the present and into the future.
Maria Ivanova talks about her 2020 winning work, The Life of Grand Duchess Elizabeth.
The tenth anniversary of the New Media Writing Prize was a resounding success with a diverse display of digital interactive storytelling.
The judges have been busy discussing an amazing array of entries from all around the world, in all the categories.
Andy Campbell discusses 10 years of the NMWP and talks about his latest Virtual Reality project, Digital Fiction Curios.
Mez Breeze talks about her fascination with dystopic-laced fiction ever since encountering George Orwell’s book 1984 and her work "A Place Called Ormalcy".
On July 18th NMWP Organiser Jim Pope chaired the wonderful Digital Conversations event, hosted by the Digital Humanities team at the British Library.
2017 Dot Award winner, Lou Sarabadzic, reports on her progress since she won the prize at the 2017 awards evening.