The Staggers 21 September 2010 Nominations success for the New Statesman NS editor Jason Cowley and deputy editor Jon Bernstein pick up nominations at BSME Awards. Print HTML The nominations for this year's BSME Awards (the Oscars of the media world) have just been released and there's more good news for the NS. After winning the award last year, Jason Cowley has been nominated as Editor of the Year in the newspaper and current affairs category. And Jon Bernstein has been nominated as Website Editor of the Year. Thanks to all our readers. Here are the nominations in full: Editor of the Year (Newspaper and Current Affairs Magazines) Gillian de Bono: How to Spend It (Financial Times) James Collard: The Times Luxx (News International) Jason Cowley: New Statesman (Progressive Media) Michael Elliott: TIME (TIME Inc) Sally Eyden: Fabulous (News International) Louise France: The Times Magazine (News International) Michele Lavery: Telegraph Magazine (Telegraph Media Group) Merope Mills: Guardian Weekend (Guardian News & Media) Website Editor of the Year (Consumer) Jon Bernstein: newstatesman.com (Progressive Media) Ollie Brock: granta.com (Granta Publications) James Dyer: Empire Online (Bauer Media) Dolly Jones: vogue.com -- UK (Condé Nast Digital) Andrea McGinniss: bbcgoodfood.com (BBC Worldwide) Nate Lanxon: wired.co.uk (Condé Nast Digital) Kay McMahon: wallpaper.com (IPC Media) David Moynihan: nme.com (IPC Media) › Gilbey on Film: the London Film Festival George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman. From only £1 per week Subscribe More Related articles The Fire Brigades Union reaffiliates to Labour - what does it mean? John Gray on the future of the state on the NS Podcast Could Labour lose the Oldham by-election?