THE Examiner last night won a Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers' Association award for its marketing of the Launceston 10.
The PANPA events marketing award in the 25,000-90,000 circulation category was for a series of weekly live online training programs and competitor profiles, which ran in print stories and online videos.
Fairfax Tasmania marketing manager Karen Stallard said the Launceston 10 was a wonderful event to work with and the marketing campaign was a great use of The Examiner's media platforms.
The Examiner was a finalist in the Newspaper of the Year award in the 25,000-90,000 circulation category, which it won last year.
This year that award was shared by Fairfax publications the Newcastle Herald and the Australian Financial Review.
The Age won the Newspaper of the Year award for the 90,000+ circulation category.
The Advocate won the award for Best Advertising Feature or Supplement in the 10,001-25,000 category for its Where Will the Stories Take You feature. It shared the award with joint winners the Bay of Plenty Times and Toowoomba Newspapers.