The Men Who Sell Football claimed second prize at the AIPS Sport Media Awards 2022.
The I-Unit’s David Harrison accepted the award and said, “It was an honour to receive such a prestigious prize on the pitch of the Khalifa stadium in Doha and for Al Jazeera to be recognised from a field of more than 1600 entries.”Find out more
The I-Unit investigation, The Men Who Sell Football, which exposed corruption in the world of football is recognised in the Current Affairs category at this year’s Bafta Television Awards 2022.
The winners will be announced in London on May 8.
Congratulations to the team, and good luck to all nominated.Find out more
Five of our investigations picked up a total of 12 Telly Awards.
The big hitters were The Men Who Sell Football and All the Prime Minister’s Men winning four Gold.
Phil Rees, the director of Al Jazeera’s I-Unit said “I am proud that a range of content from the I-Unit has been recognized, from one-hour docs to digital videos and social media. The remarkable success of AJMN is a testament to the unique place that the network has in global journalism.”Find out more
All the Prime Minister’s Men is a winner in the Investigation category at this year’s Amnesty Media Awards 2022.
Al Jazeera’s I-Unit and the Aljazeera.com site both won at the annual Amnesty Media Awards which recognises the best human rights journalism of 2022.
Phil Rees, Al Jazeera’s I-Unit director said “Exposing human rights abuses is a core value of the I-Unit and winning the investigation of the year from Amnesty International is a huge honour.”
All The Prime Minister’s Men investigation uncovered large scale corruption and human rights abuses in Bangladesh.Find out more
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