The Kennedy Foundation has announced a partnership with
“We can’t underestimate how challenging the profession of journalism is these days. It’s so important for us to recognize those that do it great and support those that need it,” said Christine Black, director, public affairs and communications at
Coca-Cola Amatil and
“The media landscape has changed so much over the last few decades,” Christine said. “When I started my career in the 90s we were looking at newspapers in hard copy and recording the nightly news on VCRs so we could replay them the next morning. No one had an email. News websites did not exist.”
The NRMA Kennedy Awards honour the memory of legendary Sydney crime reporter Les Kennedy, who died aged 53 years in 2011.
Kennedy Foundation chairman, Peter Kogoy, said “To have the support of both
The awards will be held at Royal Randwick on August 12.
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