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Newspapers Canada is now accepting entries for the annual Goff Penny Prize for Young Journalists. Now in its 24th year, this prestigious competition is open to young journalists between the ages of 20 to 25 working for CNA-member daily newspapers. If you have talented young journalists working at your newspaper, please encourage them to enter the competition by submitting four pieces of published work from 2014. Read more »
Newspapers Canada has released a brand new case study demonstrating the power of newspapers in print and online. In this advertising success story, a vehicle advertiser achieved great results with both media but found that print newspaper truly drove success against all the brand measures researched – particularly consideration to buy! Read more »
The Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award encourages photojournalists to apply for a unique opportunity to cover breaking news and top sports and cultural events in Toronto for six weeks for The Canadian Press. Read more »
English and French community newspapers from coast to coast to coast are invited to submit their best work from 2014 for the upcoming Canadian Community Newspaper Awards. This national competition honours editorial, photography and multimedia work from our CCNA-member publications across a variety of different circulation classes. Read more »
Saskatchewan newspaper publisher and CCNA past president Ken Sopkow has died at age 71. . He spent over 45 years working in the industry and was the publisher and owner of the Canora Courier, Preeceville Progress and the Kamsack Times until he sold all three in 2006. Read more »
The New Year brings new learning opportunities for journalists and newspaper staff who are looking to enhance their industry skills. In 2015, Newspapers Canada is encouraging members to register for relevant cost-effective training sessions through our own in-house webinar program and presentations offered through our partnership with Inland Press Association and Online Media Campus. Read more »
Newspapers Canada is now accepting entries for the annual Great Idea Awards. This unique national awards program recognizes innovative revenue-generating projects undertaken by our daily and community newspaper members from across the country. Members can enter multiple times in a variety of categories covering innovative campaigns and initiatives such as magazines, special sections, digital innovation and young reader engagement. Read more »
The Canadian Association of Journalists has partnered with Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC) to offer a new opportunity for Canadian journalists who want to push the boundaries of reporting in the developing world. The Fellowship for International Development Reporting will award recipients $25,000 to undertake a substantial reporting project that helps Canadians develop a greater understanding of the complex issues facing the developing world. Read more »
Canadian media consultancy Infomart, a division of Postmedia Network, has added content from Aberdeen Publishing’s 10 community newspapers in British Columbia and Alberta to its upgraded media monitoring and analytics platform. Read more »
Canadian newspapers are invited to submit their work from 2014 to the Associated Press Media Editors’ (APME) annual Journalism Excellence Awards. The competition recognizes superior journalism work that is innovative, well written and incisively reported, and has outstanding multimedia. Read more »