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ASC Media Awards 2014 winners announced

Profile photo of Ken Sutcliffe, winner of the ASC Media Awards Lifetime Achievement Award
Ken Sutcliffe wins ASC Media Awards Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014 for his contribution to sports journalism.

19 Nov 2014


Congratulations to all finalists and winners who were recognised for their work at the 2014 ASC Media Awards presentation gala dinner on Wednesday 19 November.

2014 ASC Media Awards winners:

  • Lifetime achievement award for contribution to sports journalism: Ken Sutcliffe
  • Best sports photography: Cameron Spencer — ‘Rain Dance’ (Getty Images)
  • Best sports journalism from rural, regional or suburban media: Robert Dillon — ‘Bye, bye boganarie’ (Newcastle Herald)
  • Best profiling of an athlete, team or coach — print media: Jake Niall — ‘Inside the world of Liam Jurrah’ (The Age)
  • Best profiling of an athlete, team or coach — broadcast media: Ryan Smith, Denise Reardon, Frank Chidiac, Maria Cardomatis and Lisa Shaunessy — ‘Slammin’ Sam’ (Fox Sports/Beyond and South Sydney Media)
  • Best coverage of sport by an individual — television: Gerard Whateley (ABC and Fox Footy)
  • Best reporting of an issue in sport: Michael Warner, Mark Robinson and Chip Le Grand — ‘Essendon drugs scandal’ (Herald Sun and The Australian)
  • Best analysis of the business of sport: Ramy Haidar — ‘The Cyberscrimmage’ (Inside Sport)
  • Best coverage of a sporting event by a media organisation: Big Bash Cricket — (Channel Ten)
  • Best coverage of sport by an individual — radio: Gerard Whateley (Grandstand AFL)
  • Best coverage of sport by an individual — print media: Will Swanton (The Australian)
  • Best contribution to sport through digital media: Network Sport — ‘Taking the world game to every Australian’ (Fox Sports and News Corp)
  • Best promotion of sport for people with disability: Emma Greenwood — ‘He who dares lives’ (Gold Coast Bulletin)
  • Best promotion of women in sport: Matt Weiss, Denise Reardon, Kelli Underwood — ‘Breaking Ground’ (Fox Sports)
  • Best depiction of the value of sport to Australians in a community setting: McGuire Media — ‘The Recruit — Indigenous Carnival episode’ (Foxtel)

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