Canadian Magazine Industry News
20 June 2013,     TORONTO
COPAs 2013 early bird deadline approaching
The early bird deadline to enter your best digital work for consideration at the Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPAs) is June 28, 2013. Enter before then to save 20% off the regular $100 fee per entry.

The COPAs cover work published between June 1, 2012 and May 31, 2013. See below for a breakdown of divisions.


Green Division: Digital journalism from daily and community newspapers, radio and television. Ethnic media entries are welcome.

Red Division: Digital journalism from consumer, custom, religious, and public association publishers. Branded content/media may apply if they meet editorial standards.

Blue Division: Digital journalism from business-to-business, professional association, farm, and scholarly publishers.

The 15 categories in each division cover design, writing, and packaging, in different digital formats including websites, tablet editions, digital replicas and apps.

Early Bird deadline: June 28 ($80 per entry)
Final deadline: July 19 ($100 per entry)


The awards ceremony will take place downtown Toronto in November 2013. If you'd like to get involved by sponsoring entertainment, food and drink or party favours, contact Martin Seto at, or 416-907-6562.

To follow COPA news, sign up for the Masthead Express e-newsletter and follow us on Twitter at @Mastheadmag. Visit the COPA website for more info including rules and eligibility.
Story Tools
Most Recent News Comment
Anonymous says:
lol sadness...
Most Recent Blog Comment
nick says:
Nice post,I brought android tv box on last month,it's cheap and useful....
Martin Seto Gadget Blog
Martin Seto
Most recent posts:
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:
Norm Lourenco RGD Magazine Media Brandaid
Norm Lourenco RGD
Most recent posts:
Richard Johnson Off the Page
Richard Johnson
Most recent posts:
Special Reports