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In a statement issued Monday, the organisers said 3 African journalist will be rewarded for their dedication in covering the Awards in the past 9 years.
The competition is open to print, broadcast and online journalists from Africa and in the diaspora.
Prospective media representatives are expected to submit two original feature stories on the activities of AMAA within the past 9 years. All entries are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before the deadline Monday 31st March 2014.
A panel of media professionals will assess all entries to decide the winners.
The First prize winner will receive a whooping sum of $5,000, while the second and third prize winners will receive $3,000 and $2,000 respectively.
AMAA is a platform that projects the African film industry to Africa and the rest of the world. It is a glamorous celebration of artistry honoring excellence in African Filmmaking and Cinema.
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