Al Jazeera wins bronze for Women Make Change at the PromaxBDA International Awards
The Al Jazeera Media Network has won a bronze award in the category of “Total Package Art Direction & Design: Program - ON-AIR ONLY” for its Al Jazeera English series “Women Make Change” at the PromaxBDA International Awards ceremony held last night.
Commenting on the win, Ramzan Alnoimi, Al Jazeera’s Director of Network Creative, said, “We are extremely honored to have been recognized at this prestigious event. The award is a result of the countless hours of hard work and dedication from everyone at Al Jazeera’s creative team, and we look forward to working on even more industry leading projects in the days ahead.”
Throughout the world, the PromaxBDA Awards competitions stand for marketing excellence in the media marketing space and collectively, through its numerous regional and sector-specific competitions, are regarded as the most prestigious awards for creative endeavor in this field.
Al Jazeera strives to deliver content that captivates, informs, inspires and entertains.
Launched in 1996, Al Jazeera was the first independent news channel in the Arab world dedicated to providing comprehensive news and live debate. It challenged established narratives and gave a global audience an alternative voice—one that put the human being back at the centre of the news agenda—quickly making it one of the world’s most influential news networks.
Since then, it’s added new channels and services, with more than 70 bureaus around the world, while maintaining the independent and pioneering spirit that defined its character.
Each subsidiary follows the same principles—values that inspire it to be challenging and bold, and provide a ‘voice for the voiceless’ in some of the most underreported places on the planet.
For more information: https://promaxbda.org/awards/current-awards/2016-awards-book