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KORN/FERRY INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM AWARD FOR UNITED NATIONS REPORTING

KORN/FERRY INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM AWARD FOR UNITED NATIONS REPORTING
 NEW YORK, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Korn/Ferry International, the world's leading executive search firm, today announced that entries are now being accepted for The Korn/Ferry International Journalism Award for Excellence in United Nations Reporting. The award will be presented at the annual Ambassadors dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria on Sept. 16.
 The Korn/Ferry International Journalism Award was established in 1989 in cooperation with the Business Council of the United Nations (BCUN). It recognizes the U.S. journalist whose reporting about the United Nations has deepened the American public's understanding of the role played by the world organization. The winner receives a $5,000 honorarium.
 Richard M. Ferry, president and chief executive officer of Korn/Ferry International, said, "We established this award to encourage journalism that goes beyond simple coverage of the news and that provides insights into the U.N.'s role and objectives and how its actions affect the United States. The U.N. today is a growing force in world governance and anything we can do to promote understanding of this important organization will serve the American people well."
 Previous winners of the Korn/Ferry International Journalism Award are: Paul Lewis of The New York Times (1990) and Jeanne Moos of CNN (1991).
 Eligibility and Entry Rules
 Any journalist from the commercial print or broadcast media may submit entries that were published or aired in the United States during the period from June 1, 1991, to June 1, 1992. All entries must be submitted by July 15, 1992, to Samuel Brookfield, president, Business Council for the United Nations, at 60 East 42nd St., New York, NY 10163.
 A maximum of five entries may be submitted by each individual journalist or by co-authors or co-producers. Entries may also be submitted by managing editors of publications or executive editors of broadcast shows for journalists on their staffs; however, a maximum of five entries may be submitted for each journalist represented.
 An entry may be one article or a series of articles, and five copies of each entry should be submitted to BCUN. Entries from the broadcast media may be a maximum of five separate pieces or a series of no more than five segments. Five copies of each audio or video entry should be submitted.
 Distinguished Panel of Judges
 The judges for the award include William E. Ahearn, executive editor, The Associated Press; Dennis A. Britton, editor, Chicago Sun-Times; Roy Bode, editor, Dallas Times Herald; Shelby Coffey, editor, Los Angeles Times; William German, executive editor, San Francisco Chronicle; John H. Lyst, editorial editor, Indianapolis Star; Ronald Martin, editor, Atlanta Constitution; Peter Prichard, editor, USA Today; Joseph Sterne, editor, Baltimore Sun; William F. Woo, editor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch; and Ed Turner, executive vice president, newsgathering, CNN.
 Headquartered in New York and Los Angeles, Korn/Ferry International, the world's largest executive search firm, specializes in management searches at the senior level. The firm maintains 42 offices in key business centers throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia/Pacific and Australia. In addition to serving clients' executive recruiting needs, Korn/Ferry provides related consultation services in executive compensation and organizational consulting.
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