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RTDNA Canada Message from the President

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  • January 19, 2021



As we begin this New Year, I want to congratulate our members for the remarkable work they’ve done in the last year. While many of you are still working from home in this "new normal", we’ve seen some incredible innovation in our technology and our ability to pivot quickly to deliver critical news and information

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RTDNA Canada 2021 Early Bird Deadline Extended

  • Blog
  • January 19, 2021



Are you planning on submitting for this year's RTDNA Canada Awards? The deadline to take advantage of the early-bird rate has been extended to Sunday, January 31. Even if your submission is not complete, you may pay by the January 31 Early Bird deadline and benefit from the savings. You have until February 21, 2021

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RTDNA Canada 2021 Award Submissions Now Open!

  • Blog
  • December 18, 2020



It’s that time of year! The 2021 Awards Submissions are now open. The 2021 RTDNA Canada Awards are presented for the best in Audio, Video, and Digital Journalism first published in 2020. For full details on the entry guidelines and submissions process, visit rtdnacanada.com/entry-guidelines.  You can review a breakdown of the award categories here: Regional

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RTDNA Canada Message from the President




RTDNA Canada held its annual board meeting and AGM on June 18th, and I’m pleased to announce the RTDNA Canada board members listed below have been reelected for 2020/2021. There are open positions, so if you are interested in volunteering, I would love to hear from you. The RTDNA Board for 2020/2021 is: Executive Committee:

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RTDNA Canada Announces 2020 Award Winners




RTDNA Canada is pleased to recognize journalistic excellence with the winners for the 2020 RTDNA Canada National and Network Awards. RTDNA Canada Awards honour the best journalists, programs, stations and newsgathering organizations in radio, television and digital. “Today, we are recognizing and celebrating great journalism. Congratulations to all the 2020 RTDNA award winners - we saw

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Live TV interviews: Working with inexperienced interviewees




From our colleagues at RTDNA in the U.S., some helpful tips for conducting live television interviews with inexperienced interviewees.  To read the full article from Simon Perez, Associate Professor of Broadcast and Digital Journalism, Syracuse University click here.  

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