Canadian Online Publishing Awards
PRESENTED BY:
Masthead Online
GOLD SPONSOR:
Readers Digest
SUPPORTERS:
Inovva
Digital Reno
CCAB
CNW
Digital Reno
Newspapers Canada
Universities Canada
COPA CALL FOR JUDGES

Interested in being a judge for the Canadian Online Publishing Awards. Are you an expert with at least 10 years experience in marketing, journalism, media, web tech or publishing. Let us know and fill out the short form below and we will get back to you right away.

The Canadian Online Publishing Awards is produced by Masthead Magazine is a website that caters to the publishing world. This ensures that a neutral voice for the COPA’s, as Masthead is not affiliated with any trade organziation or publishing lobby groups.

The COPAs were established in 2009 and as is recognized as the premier Digital Publishing Awards Program in Canada because of its neutrality with 50% of the judges from outside of the industry and a 30% turnover every year on the judging panel that includes a public call for judges.

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IMPORTANT DATES
2020 SCHEDULE

May 1, 2020: Call for Judges
July 1, 2020: Call for Entries
Aug 14, 2020: Early Bird Deadline
Sept 30, 2020: Entry Deadline
Oct 9, 2020: Ext. Entry Deadline
Dec 1, 2020: Finalist Announcement
Jan (TBA): COPA Awards

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