Kerala Women's Commission announces Media Awards for 2021; Mathrubhumi bags three awards


The award includes a memento and a cash award of Rs 20,000. The awards will be handed over to the winners at a function organised by the Commission on March 6 at Kozhikode Tagore Centenary Hall as a part of the International Women’s Day celebration. 

MB Babu, Jom T Kuriakose, Vipin C Vijayan

Kozhikode: The Kerala State Women's Commission announced the Media Awards for the year 2021 on Saturday. Mathrubhumi bagged three awards for the best report, best videography and best feature.

Mathrubhumi Senior Reporter M B Babu of Thrissur Bureau bagged the award for the Best Report (Malayalam, Print Media). He won the award for his report titled ‘Medical Vidhyabyasa Rangathe Penperuma’.

Mathrubhumi News Kozhikode Bureau Reporter C Vipin won the award in the Best Report (Malayalam Visual Media) category. Mathrubhumi News Kozhikode Bureau cameraman T K Jom won the award in the Best Videography category. The duo won the award for the report and visualisation of the story on differently-abled Noorjahan and her challenges in life.
The award for the Best Feature (Malayalam, Print Media) was bagged by Malayala Manorama Kottayam unit Chief sub-editor Sandhya Grace. She won the award for her feature titled ‘Neena-Neendoru Porattathinte Peru’.

Malayala Manorama Kottayam Unit Picture Editor Rijo Joseph won the award for Best Photography. Anoop Sreedharan of Manorama News won the award in the Best Feature (Malayalam Visual Media) category.

The two-member jury included Journalist and writer C S Venkiteshwaran and M S Sreekala, former journalist and Malayalam Assistant professor at Sreekrishna college in Guruvayoor. The winners for photography awards were selected by a jury including Famous photographer P Musthafa, Information Public Relations Department Chief Photographer V Vinod.

The award includes a memento and a cash award of Rs 20,000. The awards will be handed over to the winners at a function organised by the Commission on March 6 at Kozhikode Tagore Centenary Hall as a part of the International Women’s Day celebrations.

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