Southern Courier wins Media Man 'Newspaper Of The Month' Award

Southern Courier wins Media Man 'Australian Newspaper Of The Month' Award - January 2018

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The Southern Courier has won the Media Man 'Newspaper Of The Month' award.

Hundreds of Australian newspapers were in contention, however there can be only one winner.

The newspaper achieved the award on merit alone and whilst it is true we are very familiar with the publication, they fought off a long list of challenges including The Manly Daily, Inner West Courier, Wentworth Courier and Sydney City Hub.

To curb any potential scrutiny of the result, the Media Man group acknowledges that they have had numerous positive experiences with the winning newspaper, as they have with all of the above newspapers, and many more.

The winner was determined on various criteria including: credibility, news value in stories, community support, community sentiment and involvement, advertiser value for money, and overall quality of publication.

Congratulations to management and staff at the Southern Courier, and be sure to check in next month for our next winner.

Winner: The Southern Courier

Runner Up: The Manly Daily

3rd: Wentworth Courier

4th: Sydney City Hub



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