By: Yang Su-min and Kay Liu
Taipei, Nov. 16 (CNA) The Central News Agency has won one award and been nominated in
two other categories in this year’s Consumer Rights Report Awards for its reporting on food safety issues.
A series of reports by CNA reporters in Taiwan and overseas on regulations covering genetically modified (GM) foods was nominated in the category of “best feature reports by print media,” according to the National Press Council, which organizes the awards.
CNA’s video reporting on “decoding” GM food was nominated in the category of “best TV news feature reports.”
CNA reporter Yang Su-min (楊淑閔) has already been named as one of three winners of the award that honors journalists’ dedication to consumer rights issues. Nominees in this category were recommended by consumer protection officials. [FULL STORY]