Media awards for IDG journalists

IDG journalists picked up a range of awards at the Qantas Media Awards held in Auckland on Friday night.

IDG journalists picked up a range of awards at the Qantas Media Awards in Auckland on Friday night.

Former Computerworld journalist Paul Brislen won best Information & Communications Technology (The Boeing Co Award) magazine feature writer with The Brislen Show for PC World. In the same category, former Computerworld chief reporter, Andrea Malcolm was a finalist for Unlimited with Lines of Communication.

Best Information & Communications Technology (The Boeing Co Award) columnist went to PC World’s Geoff Palmer.

Rod Oram won the New Zealand Trade & Enterprise Journalism Award, writing for Unlimited magazine and the Sunday Star Times. Oram was also the winner of the Business, Finance & Consumer Affairs magazine feature award for Unlimited for his article, Time for radical treatment, while Fiona Rotheram was a finalist in the same category for Unlimited with Calling the Shots.

Marcel Tromp was a finalist for Unlimited in the editorial graphic artist category.

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