Just Days To Deadline For 2010 IAPA Awards Entries!

MIAMI, Florida (January 6, 2010) — The Inter American Press Association (IAPA) announced today that just a few days remain before the deadline for entries for its 2010 Awards for Excellence in Journalism. The awards contest each year attracts the best and brightest of journalism in the Western Hemisphere. Publications and news agencies in some 33 nations in the Americas and the Caribbean submit their best works in English, Spanish or Portuguese. The deadline for entries is midnight, January 15, 2010. The 11 awards categories are: inter-American relations; human rights; news coverage; features; in-depth reporting; photography; cartoons; infographics; opinion; the newspaper in education, and best online news coverage. In addition the IAPA awards its Grand Prize for Press Freedom to a person or organization showing significant achievements on behalf of the cause of freedom of the press. The call for entries and contest rules may be obtained from the IAPA's Web site, www.sipiapa. org/awards . It is not necessary to be an IAPA member to participate. Contest entry forms and rules are available for downloading from the IAPA's Web site, www.sipiapa. org . It is not necessary to be a member of the IAPA to participate. Direct access: http://www/sipiapa. org/awards

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Discuss" and "Tell” Your Entrepreneurship Story

  • Submit an Entry Today: Tell Your Entrepreneurship Story!
We know the accolades due Steve Jobs for the iPod, Mark Zuckerberg for Facebook, Jeff Bezos for Amazon, Bill Gates for Microsoft, and the rest of world famous business magnates who made a difference in the culture and the way we live over the past 10 years. But we can learn just as much from the less famous people who solved a problem by starting a business and created huge opportunities for themselves and others in the process. So now is your chance to tell your entrepreneurship story. Calls for Submission “If you are an entrepreneur, professional or small business owner, ou are invited to tell us what you’ve done, how you did it, and what you learned. Let’s get the conversation started. Who’s first?” said Delroy A. Whyte-Hall, publisher/editor, THE BLOG ENTERPRISE. No, here is your opportunity to TELL the world about the company you created, how you did it, and what you’ve learned. Selected submissions may be editted, and will be published in 1-3 days. Submit an entry today by providing your answers to the following questions:
  1. What I Did? (10-character minimum; 625-character limit):
  2. How I Did It? (200-character minimum; 2500-character limit):
  3. Lessons Learned? (30-character minimum; 625-character limit:
Editor’s Note: Send your completed submission to: exposurenews@gmail.com

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