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Winners announced for the Defence IQ Blogging Awards
June 22, 2012Posted by on
It’s been a great week at Defence IQ this week as we finally revealed the winners for the Defence IQ Blogging Awards. The judging panel made sure to read all of our shortlisted 33 blogs to find the best of the best within the blogging community. They were not counting on how good each of them would be!
So, after the debate, discussion and intrigue, the Defence IQ judging panel announced the following winners:
WINNER: Small Wars Journal
WINNER: The Freedom Fighter Blog
WINNER: Daly History Blog
A huge congratulations to all of the winners of the Defence IQ Blogging Awards and a massive thank you to all of those who have taken part over the past couple of weeks. It’s simply astonishing to see how many excellent defence blogs there are.
Last, but not least, thank you to our judging panel:
Brian Cathcart – Professor of Journalism, Kingston University, London
Andrew Elwell – Editor, Defence IQ
Duraid Jalili – Head of Production, Defence IQ
Simon Wigfield – Chief Blogger and Senior Producer, Regional Event, Defence IQ