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Canada Periodical Fund

Apply now for CPF Aid to Publisher’s funding for 2013-2014

The Department of Canadian Heritage has released the 2013-2014 Applicant's Guide and Application Form for the Aid to Publishers component of the Canada Periodical Fund (CPF). The ATP component of CPF provides financial assistance to paid-circulation non-daily newspapers and paid or request circulation magazines.

Eligibility and funding amounts are calculated using a circulation-based formula.

Publishers must submit application forms and all supporting documents to the Department of Canadian Heritage by November 24, 2012.

CPF update: Publishers to receive funding notice this month

Publishers who applied to the Aid to Publishers (ATP) component of the Canada Periodical Fund (CPF) will receive a letter at some point this month indicating funding amounts to be awarded for the 2012-2013 period. Grant money has been allocated based on the transition plan laid out in the ATP funding formula which is being implemented gradually over three years, of which 2012-2013 is the second year. Unlike last year’s two-payment strategy, grant recipients for 2012-2013 will receive their full amounts in a single payment.

Apply now for CPF Business Innovation funding

Canadian Heritage has just released the 2012-2013 Applicant's guide for the Business Innovation component of the Canada Periodical Fund. This project funding initiative offers financial support to eligible small and mid-sized print magazine and digital periodical publishing firms.

CPF Aid to Publishers application deadline is next week

Publishers who are interested in applying for financial assistance under the Aid to Publishers component of the Canada Periodical Fund have until Monday, December 12 to complete and submit applications to the Department of Canadian Heritage. The 2012-2012 Applicant’s Guide and Application Form are available online on the CPF website.

Reminder: CPF application deadline is December 12

Publishers who are interested in applying for financial assistance under the Aid to Publishers component of the Canada Periodical Fund have until December 12 to complete and submit applications to the Department of Canadian Heritage. The 2012-2013 Applicant’s Guide and Application Form are available online on the CPF website.

CPF Aid to Publishers deadline is December 12

Publishers who are interested in applying for financial assistance under the Aid to Publishers component of the Canada Periodical Fund have until December 12 to complete and submit applications to the Department of Canadian Heritage. The 2012-2012 Applicant’s Guide and Application Form are available online on the CPF website.

Canada Periodical Fund 2012-2013 Aid to Publishers application now online

The Department of Canadian Heritage has released the 2012-2013 Applicant's Guide and Application Form for the Aid to Publisher component of the Canada Periodical Fund (CPF).

Both documents are available on the CPF website at http://www.pch.gc.ca/eng/1267303755421.

Applications must be postmarked or date stamped on or before the application deadline of December 12, 2011. Late applications will not be accepted.

Application deadline for CPF Business Innovation funding coming soon

Time is running out for publishers interested in applying for the Business Innovation for print magazines sub-component of the Canada Periodical Fund (CPF). Funding for the 2011/2012 government fiscal year (April 2011 to March 2012) provides financial support to print magazines of eligible small and mid-sized publishing firms for innovative projects meeting the CPF’s and Business Innovation objectives.

CPF Update: New Aid to Publishers funding formula beginning in 2011-2012

Canadian Heritage has announced that it is implementing a new funding formula for the Canada Periodical Fund (CPF) starting in the current fiscal year, 2011-2012. Grant money provided under the Aid to Publishers (ATP) component of CPF will be distributed based on success in reaching readers, not on postal or editorial costs, as was the case with its predecessor, the Publications Assistance Program.

CPF grant cheques coming soon

Newspapers Canada met with representatives from Canadian Heritage last week to discuss the Aid to Publishers component of the Canada Periodical Fund. Within the next two weeks, newspapers will receive a letter notifying them on the status on their application. Eligible newspapers can expect a cheque for the first instalment, representing 80% of total funding, in the weeks to follow.

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