The registration period ends on March 1.
POMA’s Pinnacle Awards are the highest honor the organization can bestow on its members of the media for their creative work. They honor communicators annually for outstanding journalistic achievement in traditional sports-focused outdoor magazine writing, newspaper/web writing, photography/illustration, books, broadcasting, and conservation journalism.
POMA’s board of directors recently added two new categories to accurately showcase the talents of the organization’s members: Magazine – Full (Digital) and Magazine – Full (Print).
Gather your best articles, magazines, books, broadcasts, photos, etc., and prepare them to send. You can mail submissions or use our simple electronic submission option. content between November 1, 2021 and October 31, 2022, is eligible for entry.
Gather your best articles, books, broadcasts, photos, etc., and prepare them to submit. You can mail submissions or use our simple electronic submission option.
eight categories are available, and you can enter up to two pieces per category. The deadline for submissions is March 1, 2023.
1. Newspaper/Internet Article
2. Magazine article
3. Magazine – Complete (Digital)
4. Magazine – Complete (Print)
5. Book (including e-books)
6. Broadcasting (audio and/or video)
7. Art and imagery (painting, illustration, photography and graphics)
8. **Wildlife conservation and management (**work in any medium is acceptable, but the main subject must be wildlife conservation and management).
POMA is actively looking for sponsors for our prizes. Email Thomas MacAulay, Executive Director, at [email protected] for details.
See the Pinnacle Award rules and entry form for complete details. We look forward to seeing your submissions.
Prizes are awarded in POMA Annual Business Conference.
Fostering excellence in communications at all levels, helping members build their businesses, connecting media and industry, promoting fair and honest communication of traditional outdoor sports and conservation stories, and advising the next generation of traditional outdoor sports communicators.