Gold Medal for BULETiN!

    BULETiN’s 57-58 edition (November-December 2011) won the gold medal on Indonesia Inhouse Magazine Award of 2012. The award was presented by the Chairman of Newspaper Publishers Union (SPS) Dahlan Iskan to editor-in-chief of BULETiN Haris Suhendra, Tuesday (7/2) night, at Jambi.

    BULETiN defeated two other nominators which are Detak Akademika from Semarang State University and Kabar UGM from Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta.

    Numerous key points which are scored include unique angle on news/figures, interesting headline, creative design and photographs. Moreover, color, art value, text placing, font, text clarity, headline and impact for readers were also rated.

    The cover of BULETiN for November-December 2011 represented the focus for this edition, which were the importance of internship. Mind map, which was introduced by Tony Buzan, was another focus.

    IPMA is an annual cover competition organized since 2010 by Newspaper Publishers Union. This year, SPS also awarded their appreciation for creative works on in-house magazine covers, named as Indonesia Inhouse Magazine Awards (InMA).

    With only one category (magazine), InMa received 67 entries from 19 institutions. Entries originated from central and regional government agencies, state-owned enterprises, national private companies, multinational companies and universities.

    “This award confirms BULETiN as an existing internal communication media created by BINUS UNIVERSITY. Thank you to my team, which have contributed their best to BULETiN, because this is a communal result and we won’t be here if it’s not for our effective cooperation. Hopefully in the future BULETiN will continue to improve as a reliable media and reference for campus life in Indonesia,” Haris Suhendra said.

    The presentation for IPMA and InMA 2012 award is a part of National Press Day commemoration. Participants came from all over Indonesia. Officials of SPS from central and branches, sponsors, local officials and Chairman of Newspaper Publishers Union (SPS) Dahlan Iskan were present in the event. (YD)

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