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2004 Winners of the Dalton Camp Award


DANIELLE DEVEREAUX is a writer and a graduate student in Women's Studies at Memorial University of Newfoundland. She has a strong interest in media education and is currently writing curricular guides for the Media Education Foundation, Northampton, Massachusetts. She lives in St. John's.

Essay: PDF (44KB) | HTML | CBC News

CAREESA GEE is completing a Masters degree in International Affairs at Carleton University, where she also earned an undergraduate degree in Journalism. Her studies have included the role of the media in foreign policy. She has worked both for the print media and the Canadian government.

Essay: PDF (42KB) | HTML

 

MYLES LESLIE graduated from the Masters of Journalism program at the University of British Columbia in May 2004. He has worked as a reporter, writer, and editor for CBC National Radio, and has freelanced in the Vancouver press. He travelled to Hong Kong on a Canadian Association of Journalists' student research fellowship in early 2004.

Essay: PDF (43KB) | HTML | Toronto Star

 

A formal announcement and presentation took place at the Banff Television Festival Monday, June 14, 2004.

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2004 Award Presentation Booklet (PDF 2.02MB)

2004 Banff Television Festival Presentation Photos

2003 Award Winners