The contest is reserved for investigative reports that deal with social and civic allegiance.
The “Ilaria Alpi” is a broadcast journalism award composed of various categories including
The Best International Investigative Report
Videos must be in the original language, have subtitles / dialogue list in English and a duration between 20 and 60 minutes. Each author or editorial staff may submit to the secretariat of the Award up to a maximum of three television services.
The jury, which awards a cash prize of € 2,500, comprises:
Luca Ajroldi, president of the Ilaria Alpi Award Jury
Paul Moreira, Premieres Lignes, freelance
Marco Nassivera, director of Information of Arte
Juliana Ruhfus, Senior Reporter, Al Jazeera English
How to participate
All videos in the competition must have been made after June 2012 and must have been transmitted by a television broadcaster.
Eligibles: authors, producers and editors television.
The participant must send:
- the report in its original format (Betacam, DV Cam, Mini Dv, DVD, Bluray);
- the report on DVD (2 copies);
- completed online registration form, printed from www.premioilariaalpi.it and signed in original;
to the following address:
Premio Giornalistico Televisivo Ilaria Alpi
Villa Lodi Fè
Viale delle Magnolie 2
47838 Riccione (Rn)
All videos received by 12 noon on 31 May 2013 with explicit declaration of acceptance of regulations, as indicated on the entry form, are eligible.
Each author is responsible for the content of the submissions.
Participation in the competition implies full acceptance of the rules, absolving the organization from any public or criminal liability towards third parties.
The Ilaria Alpi Award will take place in Riccione on 5, 6, 7 SEPTEMBER 2013.