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Janes analysts win at the 2020 Defence Media Awards: congratulations Jeremy Binnie and Richard Scott

Huge congratulations to Jeremy Binnie, Middle East and North Africa Editor of Janes Defence Weekly for picking up the publication’s second ever John Morrocco Award for in-depth defence reporting. His piece – Divided attention: Gulf air defenders struggle to cover multiple directions – can be read here.

Further congratulations go out to Janes Naval Consultant Richard Scott, who picked up two awards for pieces penned for Janes Navy International. He picked up the awards for ‘Best Unmanned’ and ‘Best Technology’ submissions. 

“I’m delighted to see our journalists honoured at these prestigious awards,” said Sean Howe, head of research and analysis at Janes.  “This is the second time that Janes Defence Weekly has picked up the Morrocco award in its three-year history. Well done to both Jeremy and Richard!”

The winning articles

About the 2020 Defence Media Awards 

The Defence Media Awards were created to recognise the work of Defence journalists and publishers.  The awards began in 2018, with Janes Defence Weekly Editor Peter Felstead taking the inaugural Morrocco Award that year and Middle East/Africa Editor Jeremy Binnie taking the second John Morrocco Award for the magazine in 2020. In 2019, AsPac Editor Gabriel Dominguez received a judges commendation for his submission. 

Nominees this year included five other Janes analysts: Mark Cazalet; Sam Cranny-Evans; Jon Hawkes; Gareth Jennings; and Ashley Roque. To read more from our team, click here


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