Game Story (Immediate Deadline)
|BEAT WRITER AWARD
In addition, see below, we have created a special
award for the top beat writer as judged by a special
FWAA committee headed by long-time FWAA member
Malcolm Moran. He is now the new National Sports
Journalism Center Director.
|You may begin sending entries now.
You must be an FWAA member in good standing to enter.
|Deadline: June 15, 2013. Entries
sent after the deadline WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
|Limit: One (1) article per category,
although a series of articles may be submitted in the
|Entries must have appeared in print
or on line between Feb. 1, 2011 and Jan. 31, 2012.
| Entries must be submitted electronically
Entries not sent to this e-mail address will not be
Send MS Word or text files only
DO NOT SEND HTML files, Word Perfect files,
stories in other word processing software or links to
stories on the Internet or electronic libraries
Make your entry easy to read by taking out unnecessary
carriage returns (They can give your entry an odd look
when opened by a judge's word processing program)
Delete any embedded advertising, photos and cutlines
from the files (The file should contain only your story
and your identifying information)
|At the top of each entry, the following
information should be included:
Publication or online service
Date of publication
E-mail address and telephone number for the writer(s)
of the entry
The entries will be sorted and stripped of identifying
information and forwarded to the judge(s).
| Files containing your entries should
follow this naming convention: yourname-category.doc
The category must be one of these five words: Game,
Loose, Feature, Enterprise or Column
|Only entries sent electronically
will be accepted and all entries will be sorted and
stripped of identifying information and forwarded to
|FWAA BEAT WRITER OF THE YEAR
AWARD: If you have a nomination of a beat writer
who covers major college football (either a team or
a conference) or you want to nominate yourself,
please send an e-mail/letter explaining the
qualifications of the person (no more than 250
Indiana University School of Journalism
535 W. Michigan St., Room 571
Malcolms e-mail is
Malcolm and his committee will then make inquiries
into the FWAA members nominated. In order to qualify
for this award the person nominated must have been
an FWAA member during the 2012 football season.
|Questions? E-mail Ken Stephens at