The Jockey Club of Canada is pleased to announce the finalists for the Media Sovereign Award categories for 2017.
The judging for the 2017 Media Sovereign Award categories was performed by Professors of the Journalism Program at the School of Media Studies & Information Technology, Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Listed in alphabetical order, the finalists are:
• Tom Ferry – “Where Champions Dance”
• Perry Lefko – “Former Breeders’ Stakes champ finding the stable life at last”
• Emily Shields – “How Secretariat gave the Canadians something to remember forever”
Digital Audio/visual and Broadcast Category:
• Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame/ Standardbred Canada/ Woodbine Broadcast Department – The Evolution of Horse Racing in Canada
• Horse Racing Alberta – Super Trooper
• Talkin’ Horse Racing – Episode 9
• Jeffrey Bowen – Morning Silhouette
• Dave Landry – Dirt Storm
• Alex Urosivic – Eureka Eurico
The Jockey Club of Canada will announce the winners of each Sovereign Award at the 43rd Annual Awards Ceremony to honour Canada’s Champions of 2017 on Thursday, April 19, 2018.
You can purchase tickets online at http://jockeyclubcanada.com/2017-sovereign-awards/ or by contacting The Jockey Club of Canada by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 416-675-7756.
Current Sovereign Award Sponsors:
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