In the media

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition attracts a very high level of coverage in the global press every year, with winning images and photographers appearing online, in print and on television and radio around the globe.

News about the competition reaches over a billion people annually.

Media exposure for the competition winners can be career-changing, even for the most established photographers.

Jasper Doest standing beside his images in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year gallery. A journalist with a microphone and a cameraman are interviewing him.
Photographer Jasper Doest is interviewed by press on the opening day of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum in 2019 © The Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London

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