MEAA Announces 2022 SA Media Awards Finalists

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Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) has announced the finalists for the 2022 SA Media Awards, showcasing the best in South Australian journalism in 2021.

Tiffany VennerMEAA’s regional director for South Africa, said it was a remarkable display of South Australian journalistic talent and a comprehensive compilation of the state’s best work.

“It is pleasing to see such a commitment to excellence in journalism, as demonstrated in the first tier of this year’s SA Media Awards,” she said.

“The rewards of making this incredibly competitive finalist list are matched only by the rich rewards that journalism of this depth and breadth affords to all of us.”

The MEAA thanks all the participants and wishes the finalists good luck for the next awards.

The winners will be revealed at a cocktail party at The Gallery in Adelaide on Saturday June 25. Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite.

MEAA 2022 SA Media Awards Finalists:

Commentary, Analysis, Opinion & Criticism supported by the Judith Neilson Institute

Jane Howard, Guardian Australia and The Saturday Paper, “Body of Work”

Tom Richardson, InDaily, “Politics and Sports”

Tory Shepherd, Guardian Australia, The Advertiser and Adelaide Now, “Whoa Men”

Best Rural/Regional Journalist supported by Stories Well Told

Shari Hams, ABC News, “Regional Physician Shortage Crisis”

Gabriella Marchant, ABC News, ABC POP, ABC Online and ABC Radio The World Today, “Body of Work”

Peri Strathearn, Murray Bridge News, “Housing Crisis”

Coverage of public service journalism supported by SACOSS

Lauren Novak, The Advertiser and Sunday Mail, “Not One More”

Gabriella Marchant, ABC Online and ABC 7.30, “Rhys’ Last Wish”

Will McDonald, 9News, “Cancer Timebomb”

sports journalism supported by Media Super

Royce Kurmelovs, Guardian Australia, “Body of work”

Michael McGuire, announcer, “This Sporting Life”

Sara Tomevska, ABC News, ABC News24 and ABC Online, “Robbie Young Breaks His Silence”

Investigative journalism supported by Media Super

Patrick Martin and Nicholas Harmsen, ABC, “South African Parliament’s spending scandal continues”

Lauren Novak, The Advertiser and Sunday Mail, “Child Protection”

Angela Skujins, CityMag, “Are you going to pay… or not? “: Unraveling RCC Late Payment Practices”

Independent contribution supported by the Adelaide Economic Development Agency

Daniel Clarke, Foxtel History Channel, Binge and SA Weekend, “Daniel Clarke”

Walter Marsh, Guardian Australia and The Monthly, “Body of Work”

Tory Shepherd, Guardian Australia, The Advertiser, Adelaide Now and Cosmos, “Going Solo”

visual storytelling supported by the Judith Neilson Institute

Jack Fenby, CityMag, “Returning the Flame to the Ground”

Lincoln Rothall and Evelyn Leckie, ABC News, “A Line in the Sand”

Gabriella Marchant and Carl Saville, ABC Online and ABC 7.30, “Rhys’ Final Wish”

Best Radio/Current News or Reportage supported by Media Super

Rhett Burnie, ABC Radio National, ABC Adelaide and ABC Local Radio, “NDIS Cuts”

Sean Fewster and Daniel Panozzo, FIVEaa, “Just Lawful”

Sara Tomevska, ABC, “Boarding School Blues”

Best Television/Video Reporting supported by Media Super

Hannah Foord, 7NEWS Adelaide, “Port Hughes Murder”

Edward Godfrey, 9News, “Breaking: Rundle Street Fire”

Vicki Schwarz, 9News, “Tribute to Russell Ebert”

Best TV News or Feature Film supported by the Judith Neilson Institute

Isabel Dayman, ABC News, “Rachel High’s Graduation”

Gabriella Marchant, ABC 7.30, “Rhys’ Final Wish TV”

Sara Tomevska, ABC News, ABC News24 and ABC Online, “NDIS Barriers”

Best Print/Text Reporting supported by the University of South Australia

Jemma Chapman, InDaily, “Mental Health Crisis”

Isabel Dayman, ABC Online, “The NationBuilder of the South African Liberal Party”

Gabriella Marchant, ABC Online, “Rhys’ Last Wish Online”

Best Lifestyle News or Article supported by the University of South Australia

Rosie Barnett, 7NEWS Adelaide, “Body of work”

Thomas Kelsall, InDaily, “COVID Preparedness and Supply Issues”

Bec Whetham, ABC Landline and ABC Online, “Stories of Hope”

Julie Duncan Memorial Award for Student Journalism supported by the University of South Australia

The winner will be announced at the SA Media Awards

Journalist of the Year supported by the University of South Australia

The winner will be announced at the SA Media Awards

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