Publishing Prize production manager Anna Axelson tells us about new awards and other changes in 2017. She also summarizes the 2016 contest.
Does it seem complicated to register an entry? It isn’t! Here are five easy steps that will put your entry before the jury’s eyes.
32 trophies in 15 years! No contestant has won as many statuettes in The Publishing Prize as the publishing house Max Strom.
The newspaper Blankspot #0, which reports from the world’s disregarded ‘white spots’, was awarded the Publishing Prize Grand Prix 2016. Brit Stakston, digital strategist at Blankspot Project, talks about their choice of the broadsheet format and its challenges; citizen-funded quality journalism; and the future of the project.
Some of the winners in 2016 share thoughts about their productions.
Brit Stakston and Nils Resare of BlankSpot Project, in collaboration with Birgersson Production and Ronnestam, have just won The Publishing Prize Grand Prix 2016 for the organizational magazine BlankSpot #0. See the interview with Stakston and Resare after they have picked up the trophy.