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Dionne Jackson-Miller is Journalist of the Year

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TELEVISION Jamaica's Dionne Jackson-Miller walked away with the Journalist of the Year trophy at the Press Association of Jamaica's (PAJ's) National Journalism Awards ceremony on Friday.
The event, which was held at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston, also saw Jamaica Observer reporter Donna Hussey-Whyte receiving the Carl Wint Award for Human Interest Feature (print), while Jamaica Observer photographer Joseph Wellington took the Errol Harvey Award for Human Interest Photography.

Dionne Jackson-Miller of Television Jamaica displays the Journalist of the Year Award presented to her at the National Journalism Awards Friday night.
Observer reporter Donna Hussey-Whyte receives the Carl Wint Award for Human Interest Feature (print) from LIME’s Elon Parkinson.
Edwin Tulloch Reid, cousin of late journalist Carl Wint, receives the citation naming Wint into the Press Association of Jamaica (PAJ) Hall of Fame from PAJ President Jenni Campbell.
Veteran journalist Barbara Gloudon (left) accepts her citation after being inducted into the Press Association of Jamaica Hall of Fame.
Rashawn Thompson of Nationwide News Network displays the Young Journalist of the Year award presented to him Friday night.




Dionne Jackson-Miller of Television Jamaica displays the Journalist of the Year Award presented to her at the National Journalism Awards Friday night.


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At the same time, Rashawn Thompson of Nationwide News Network took the Young Journalist of the Year award, while The Gleaner's team of Erica Virtue and Tyrone Reid won the award for Investigative Journalism.
Hussey-Whyte received her award for her Sunday Observer exposé on the plight of Olympian Olivia McKoy, who was spotted on the streets of Kingston selling bag juices after representing Jamaica in the javelin event for 20 years.
Wellington received his award for his photo entitled 'You maaay think you're bad', which captured a goat on its hind legs about to tackle a dog.
Observer Associate Editor - Special Assignment Ingrid Brown received special commendation for her White Elephant series.
Chief judge Patrick Harley said this year saw an increase in the number of entries — a total of 180 submitted across 24 categories.
The Gleaner won 14 categories with Virtue, Reid and Petre Williams-Raynor tied for the most individual awards — two each.
Veteran journalist, playwright, broadcaster and Observer columnist Barbara Gloudon was inducted into the PAJ Hall of Fame. So, too, was the late Carl Wint.
This year there were four special categories sponsored by UNICEF, Digicel, National Housing Trust and Sagicor.

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