TORONTO, February 16, 2021 / CNW / – Just a few days left to apply for the Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) 2021 Awards and Scholarship program, which celebrates the exceptional work of journalists and news organizations across the country and provides career growth opportunities for emerging journalists. The deadline for the following awards is 19th of February::
CJF Black Journalism Fellowship Program
This new program, which features three separate awards, aims to empower black voices, improve coverage of black topics in the news, and nurture future black media leaders by providing unique opportunities to black journalists with one to five years of experience. for six months in a CBC / Radio-Canada (English or French) or CTV News Newsroom. Thanks to the founding sponsors lululemon, Aritzia and BMO Financial Group. The three awards are:
- CJF-CBC / Radio-Canada Black Journalism Fellowship;
- CJF-CBC / Radio-Canada grant for black women journalism; and
- CJF-CTV News Black Journalism Fellowship.
Read the details of the award.
CJF Award for Climate Solutions Reporting
This new award, the one $ 10,000 Cash award, recognizes excellence in reporting what is being done in Canada and beyond, to address the effects and threats of climate change – the strategies, practices and people that could potentially be part of the solution to this global crisis. Thanks to founding sponsor Intact Financial Corporation.
Read the details of the award.
CJF-Facebook journalism project Digital News Innovation Award
This new award recognizes innovations in digital media that are proven to improve the quality of digital journalism. The winning organization will receive a $ 10,000 Price. Read the details of the award.
CJF Jackman Award for outstanding journalistic achievement
This two-part award honors Canadian news organizations whose journalism initiates profound and positive changes in the community they serve. There are two winners: large and small media categories. Read the details of the award. (Reminder: Applicants can register for the Michener Award at the same time using a shared online form.)
CJF Lifetime Achievement Award
The award is given to a person who has made an outstanding contribution to journalism for life Canada. Nominations are accepted for all journalistic categories. Read the award details and submit your nomination.
The Landsberg Award
Working with the Canadian Women’s Foundation, this award recognizes a journalist who does exceptional research, analysis, and writing on issues relating to equality for women $ 5,000 Price. Read the details of the award.
CJF-CBC fellowships in indigenous journalism
Two early career indigenous journalists have the opportunity to research interesting topics while spending a month with the CBC News Indigenous Unit Winnipeg. ON $ 4,000 The scholarship is provided and CJF pays for travel, accommodation, and reasonable expenses. Thanks to the generous support of Sobeys Inc. and donors Isabel Bassett. Read the details of the award.
Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award
This award offers an early career photojournalist a six-week paid internship at The Canadian Press, which provides the opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment and gain national notoriety. Thanks to the generous support of Nikon. Read the details of the award.
Recipients of these awards will be recognized at the CJF Awards virtual ceremony on June 9.
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Via the Canadian Journalism Foundation
Founded in 1990, the Canadian Journalism Foundation promotes, celebrates, and promotes outstanding journalism. The Foundation runs a prestigious annual awards and scholarship program with an industry gala that attracts news leaders, journalists and businesses Canada gather to celebrate outstanding journalism and the value of professional journalism. Through monthly J-Talks, a series of public speakers, the CJF facilitates dialogue between journalists, business people, academics and students about the role of the media in Canadian society and the ongoing challenges facing the media in the digital age. The foundation also promotes opportunities for journalistic education, training and research.
SOURCE Canadian Journalism Foundation
For more information: Natalie Turvey, President and Executive Director of the Canadian Journalism Foundation, [email protected]