Daily newspapers should start gathering their best work from 2014 to submit for this year’s National Newspaper Awards. The annual awards program will begin accepting entries on December 15 entries via the online system. To be eligible, an entry must have been published in English or French by a Canadian daily newspaper (whether in print or online) or by an online publication that has met criteria established by the NNA Board of Governors in accordance with the rules of entry.
The entry deadline for this year’s national competition is January 15, 2015.
For rules and category descriptions, and to register as an entrant, visit www.nna-ccj.ca.
This is the 65th year of the awards, which were established in 1949 to encourage excellence and reward achievement in daily newspaper work in Canada. Questions can be directed to editorial consultant Raymond Brassard at firstname.lastname@example.org or program director Lauraine Woods at email@example.com.