Canadian Magazine Industry News
28 October 2011,     OTTAWA
Applications being accepted for 2012-13 Aid to Publishers funding
Magazine publishers have until Dec. 12 of this year to apply for 2012-13 Aid to Publishers funding under the Canadian Periodical Fund (CPF).

The Department of Canadian Heritage has released its 2012-13 applicant's guide and form, both available at through its website.

Aid to Publishers (ATP) provides financial assistance to paid-circulation non-daily newspapers and paid or request circulation magazines.

Magazine publishers saw a change for the 2011-12 cycle regarding how much funding they received from previous years. 2010 was the first year of the new CPF, which replaced the old postal subsidy (Publications Assistance Program) and Canada Magazine Fund.

Aside from farm periodicals, the maximum financial support that can be received by any periodical for the 2012-13 cycle remains at $1.5 million, notes the newest applicant's guide.
Story Tools
Most Recent News Comment
Joe Glionna says:
Thank you for proving you don’t belong in my organization. Anyone can be an anonymous asshole. Cou...
Most Recent Blog Comment
Jim A. says:
I also purchased an Android tv box just a short while ago, with the intent of cancelling or, at the ...
Scott Bullock Covers Sell
Scott Bullock
Most recent posts:
Industry Guest Blogger Words of Inspiration
Industry Guest Blogger
Most recent posts:
Dennis Kelly 57 Media Spikes
Dennis Kelly
Most recent posts:
Martin Seto Gadget Blog
Martin Seto
Most recent posts:
Norm Lourenco RGD Magazine Media Brandaid
Norm Lourenco RGD
Most recent posts:
Richard Johnson Off the Page
Richard Johnson
Most recent posts:
Special Reports
Upcoming Industry Events
Masthead Web Edition Archives
More Archives