RTDNA 2018 Regional & Network Awards entry period extended to Sunday, February 4

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  • January 30, 2018



We are pleased to inform you that the entry period for the 2018 Regional and Network Awards has been extended to Sunday, February 4, 2018 at 11:59 pm ET.  No further entry extensions will be possible, so please take advantage of this extra time to recognize your team’s excellence by submitting for a 2018 RTDNA Canada Award. 

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Recognizing A Lifetime Of Achievements | RTDNA 2018 CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

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  • December 5, 2017



RTDNA Canada is inviting nominations for individuals who have distinguished themselves through outstanding service and continued excellence during the course of their career in journalism or news management. This award is for lifetime achievement rather than for a single contribution. Do you know an outstanding individual with at least 30 years of distinguished service? We

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RTDNA 2018 Call for Entries – Award Submissions Now Open!

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  • December 4, 2017



Do you or your colleagues have an award-worthy newscast that more people should know about? RTDNA Canada is now accepting submissions for Regional and Network programming awards. Our awards honour the very best in Canadian television, radio, and digital news journalism.  View the image below for details and visit bitly.com/RTDNAawards to see the entry guidelines

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RTDNA 2018 Award Submissions Coming Soon – December 4

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  • November 20, 2017



Are you ready to submit your best work from 2017?  Now is the time to start thinking about what you want to submit for the upcoming RTDNA Canada award season. Submissions for Regional and Network programming open December 4th. We are pleased to announce an expansion of the awards to be presented in 2018. Visit

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A Message From The President




From my own observations and all the feedback I have received it appears that the 2017 national conference was a great success and well received by those who attended. Year on year, our attendance numbers were up and we had a record number of award entries. In addition to the success of the national convention,

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CANADIANS TRUST IN THE TRADITIONAL NEWS MEDIA REMAINS STRONG EVEN IN THE FAKE NEWS ERA




77% of Canadians are more likely to believe the media over the government (23%) when the government denies a report May 26, 2017: Is there a low public trust in mainstream news and has that put the industry at risk? Is the journalistic profession in danger of becoming irrelevant? A critical issue that has kept

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