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CANADIAN ETHNIC MEDIA ASSOCIATION 2020 AWARDS NOMINATION FORM

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DETAILS OF NOMINEE OR ENTRANT

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CATEGORY FOR NOMINATION

PRINTRADIOTELEVISIONDOCUMENTARYINTERNETPODCASTINGINNOVATION


Please complete and send with your entry before SEPTEMBER 4, 2020.
MAIL TO: 

CEMA 2020 Awards Program,
c/o 1 St. Andres Court, Thornhill, ON L3T 2N3
Tel: (416) 488-0048 

To cover handling costs, please enclose a cheque or money order for $10.00 for each entry, payable to Canadian Ethnic Media Association (CEMA).

For more infomation, please contact email: info@canadianethnicmedia.com

CEMA AWARDS CATEGORIES: 2020

CATEGORY 1: PRINT

For the best news story or feature article, column, opinion piece or editorial. Where the story has been told in series form*, up to three consecutively published stories dealing with the same subject will be permitted.


CATEGORY 2: RADIO

For the best news story, feature or opinion piece. Where the story or feature has been told in series form*, up to three consecutive entries dealing with the same subject will be permitted.


CATEGORY 3: TELEVISION

For the best news story, feature or opinion piece. Where the story has been told in series form*, up to three consecutive entries dealing with the same subject will be permitted.


CATEGORY 4: DOCUMENTARY

For the best documentary that demonstrates excellence in storytelling, production values and distinctive subject matter.


CATEGORY 5: PODCASTING

For best news story, feature or opinion piece. Where the podcast is in episodic format, stories that best reflect the series will be considered.


CATEGORY 6: INTERNET MEDIA

For the best story, feature or opinion piece. Where the story has been told in series form*, up to three consecutive entries dealing with the same subject will be permitted.


CATEGORY 7: INNOVATION

The Innovation Award showcases organizations that demonstrate innovation and excellence in Canadian Ethnic Journalism. It is truly a unique award for outstanding contribution to diverse, fair and equitable coverage and representation of Canada’s citizenry.

*Note: “Series form” – means the entries must be related in subject or must be part of a series.

Posted in CEMA NEWS, NEWS. 


CEMA supports the principles of Canadian citizenship, multiculturalism and the right of free expression without ethnocentric bias.

We welcome a lively exchange of ideas to foster ethnocultural awareness and promote dialogue on identifying ways to bring different cultural groups together.

Please deliver or mail to:

CEMA 2020 Awards Competition,
c/o 1 St. Andres Court
Thornhill, ON, L3T 2N3

The Awards presentation will be held at a later date, to be announced.

Check here for all of the details.

CEMA AWARDS RULES AND REGULATIONS

CEMA 42st ANNIVERSARY AWARDS COMPETITION

SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE:  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2020

CEMA 42nd ANNUAL AWARDS COMPETITION
Each year the Canadian Ethnic Media Association presents juried awards to journalists for excellence in their fields. The competition is open to all journalists, in any language, whether or not they are members of the Association.

SEIRHEY KHMARA ZINIAK AWARD
The Sierhey Khmara Ziniak Award, in honor of the founder, goes to a single person based on a body of work celebrating Canada’s diversity. 

CEMA 2020 AWARDS COMPETITION SUBMISSIONS
In keeping with its highly anticipated annual practice of recognizing journalistic excellence among its national members, and beyond, CEMA proudly invites submissions for this year’s competition.  This year you have two options for entering submissions:  you can enter manually (the old tried and true way) or electronically.   Details below.

Entries may be made in the following categories:

PRINT
DOCUMENTARY
RADIO
TELEVISION
PODCAST
INTERNET
INNOVATION

MANUAL SUBMISSIONS
The most highly-anticipated event on CEMA’s calendar this year will be the 42nd Annual CEMA Awards Competition. 

Call for CEMA 2020 Awards Submissions

The deadline for The Canadian Ethnic Media Association (CEMA) Award Submissions for its 42nd annual Awards of Journalistic Excellence has been set for Sunday, September 13, 2020. CEMA will be accepting submissions in the following categories:
• Print
• Radio and Television Broadcasting
• Podcasting, Internet Media, Documentary, and the Innovation Award

These are juried awards, and decisions will be based on quality of material, reflection on diversity in Canada, contribution to ethnic media standards, and voice for marginalized communities.

Submit four (4) copies of your entry, as well as a translation, if necessary. An administration fee of $10.00 per submission applies.

CEMA Awards
Rules and Regulations

1. Award plaques will be given to winning entrants in print, radio, television and internet in each category as outlined on page 4: Print, Radio, Television, Documentary, Podcasting, Internet & Innovation.

2. Eligibility:

• Competition is open to all legitimate news and information media published or broadcast in Canada.

• Content of the work submitted should clearly relate to and reflect Canada’s multicultural diversity and/or ethnocultural communities in Canada.

• All work must be original, and listings of coming events or other like information submitted by others will not be accepted.

• A contestant may submit his/her own entry or be nominated by a third party.

• Entries must have been published or broadcast between the dates of July 1, 2019 and August 31, 2020. Date of publication or broadcast must be clearly marked on the submission.

• Entries can be in any language, but all entries in languages other than English or French must be accompanied by an English or French translation. A direct translation is preferred, but at minimum, a brief synopsis is required.

• Entries must contain four (4) copies of each piece of work submitted. That is to say, four (4) copies of any article, audio or video recording or printout from a website published or broadcast between July 1, 2019 and August 31, 2020.

3. Judging: Entries will be independently juried and awards will be made on the basis of excellence and Canadian content. Awards are not given to an entire program or publication, however excellent it may be, but to a person for an individual submission or a series as defined in the categories on page 

4. The exception to this is the Innovation Award which is given to an organization.

4. Rights: By entering the Awards, you, as the entrant and/or nominee give CEMA the right to publish, screen or play excerpts from the winning entries.

5. Entry Fee: A cheque or money order for $10.00 must accompany each entry. Make cheques payable to “Canadian Ethnic Media Association” (CEMA).

6. Deadline: Submissions must be received no later than September 4, 2020.

7. The winning entries will be announced at a later date, to be announced.


* Please note: You have to complete and send with your entry before SEPTEMBER 13, 2020
If you would prefer to send us a hard copy of your submission, please mail it to:
MAIL TO: 2020 Awards Program, CEMA,
c/o 1 St. Andres Court, Thornhill, ON L3T 2N3
Tel: (416) 488-0048
To cover handling costs, please enclose a cheque or money order for $10.00 for each entry, payable to Canadian Ethnic Media Association (CEMA).

For more infomation, please contact email: info@canadianethnicmedia.com