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The Year 2016 marks the 16th edition of the National Student Media Awards. Open to students from every college across Ireland and respected by Media Industry Leaders. It’s the Oscars for Students!

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From National Publications to local & On Campus Publications the National Student Media Awards receives huge coverage across the whole country. A wide range of radio and website outlets cover the awards. Last year we had immense media coverage of the Smedias , both online and print:

Total Broadcast Impressions: 334,000
Total Print Impressions: 1,216,050

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