Caribbean Tourism Organisation Caribbean Travel Journalism Awards 2014


BARBADOS – The Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO) is delighted to announce the launch of The Caribbean Travel Journalism Awards 2014, which will take place during World Travel Market November 3-6, 2014.

Carol Hay, the CTO’s director of marketing for UK and Europe, commented, “The annual Caribbean Tourism Journalism Awards is a highly anticipated event and a fantastic opportunity to acknowledge the top quality writing of the UK media about the Caribbean, and to thank the media for its on-going support of the region. We very much look forward to celebrating all the participating writers and winners in November.”

The Caribbean Travel Journalism Awards will include eight categories:

  1. Best travel trade feature;
  2. Best national newspaper feature;
  3. Best regional newspaper feature;
  4. Best consumer feature;
  5. Best broadcast, TV and radio feature;
  6. Best online feature;
  7. Best blog feature;
  8. Best piece of photojournalism.

Entries for the awards will be welcomed from editors, journalists and bloggers, as well as Caribbean tourist boards, tour operators, hotels and other industry partners. Editorial entries can be news stories, travel features or photography and must present the Caribbean in a positive light, encouraging travel to the region.

All submissions must have been published between May 30, 2013 and August 31, 2014

Submissions for the photojournalism award must be emailed at 300dpi resolution or as PDF scans of the entire articles.

All entries should be emailed to Frances Amissah ([email protected]) at Four bgb with the attached entry form (a separate form is required for each entry), by Wednesday 8 October at the latest.

Results of the Caribbean Travel Journalism Awards 2014 will be announced at the Caribbean Host and Reward the Media event which will be held during World Travel Market November 3-6, 2014.

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