The Examiner has been named as a finalist in the annual Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers’ Association 2012 Newspaper of the Year Awards.
The PANPA awards are regarded as the most prestigious in the Australian newspaper industry with the winners announced on September 6 in Sydney.
The Examiner is a finalist in the 25,000-90,000 circulation category and will be up against the Canberra Times, The Dominion Post, Fiji Times, Otago Daily Times, The Herald (Newcastle), Geelong Advertiser, Gold Coast Bulletin, The Press (Christchurch), Townsville Bulletin and The Australian Financial Review.
Editor Martin Gilmour said that being recognised as a finalist in such a competitive category was great recognition for everyone at The Examiner.
The Burnie Advocate was named as a finalist in the 10,000 to 25,000 circulation category.
In May The Examiner won an International Newsmedia Marketing Association award for community engagement for its iPhone app. An Android version of the app is due for release next week.
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