Nominees announced for the 61st annual Kenneth R. Wilson Awards

Canadian Business Media announced today the nominations for the 61st annual Kenneth R. Wilson Awards, honouring excellence in Canadian business-to-business magazine publishing.
CPA Magazine led all magazines with 20 nominations, followed by Professionally Speaking and University Affairs with 10 each.
The finalists for the 2 divisions of Magazine of the Year are:
MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR–PROFESSIONAL
CPA Magazine
Marketing
University Affairs
MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR–TRADE
Canadian Grocer
Oilsands Review
Renovation Contractor

Top Nominated Magazines for the 61st Kenneth R. Wilson Awards:

Written

Visual

Special & Integrated

Total

CPA Magazine

14

4

2

20

University Affairs

5

3

2

10

Professionally Speaking

5

3

2

10

Les Affaires

6

2

0

8

Foodservice and Hospitality

1

3

2

6

Canadian Lawyer

4

1

1

6

D&A Magazine

4

1

0

5

Marketing

3

1

1

5

Oilweek

2

2

0

4

Precedent

1

2

1

4

Registered Nurse Journal

4

0

0

4

Today’s Trucking

4

0

0

4

More than 100 magazines entered the competition which was adjudicated by 77 volunteer judges. A total of 154 submissions from 57 Canadian B2B publications are nominated for awards in 21 written, visual and special categories. The Gold, Silver and Honourable Mention awards will be presented at the Grand Banking Hall at One King West in Toronto, on Tuesday June 2, during the KRW Awards gala.
John Milne, president of Breakwell & Company and VP of Media Services at Equisoft, will serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the 61st annual Kenneth R. Wilson Awards gala. John has won a number of KRW Awards and is a respected B2B professional with over 35 years of experience in business publishing.
For tickets and information, as well as to view the complete list and full text of nominees, please visit krwawards.ca.

KRW Awards seeking nominations for Harvey Southam Award for Career Achievement in B2B publishing

The Kenneth R. Wilson Awards, one of Canada’s oldest and most prestigious publishing awards programs, recognizing excellence in Canadian business-to-business (B2B) publishing for over 60 years, is seeking nominations from the industry for the Harvey Southam Award for Career Achievement.
Deadline for 2015 nominations: April 15.
Named in honour of journalist Harvey Southam, founding editor of Equity magazine and longtime journalist at the Vancouver Sun, Vancouver Province and Winnipeg Tribune, winners of this award represent the highest standards of B2B publishing and are recognized for their contributions to the Canadian Business Media tradition of distinguished initiative, leadership and integrity.
The award is open to publishers, editors, designers, creators, circulation experts, marketing, sales and promotion professionals, production managers – in short, to everyone in the industry. It cannot be given posthumously.
Nominations are welcome from the entire Canadian B2B publishing industry, and must consist of a completed entry form and at least two letters of support from fellow industry members, attesting to the achievements and qualifications of the nominee.
The board of the Canadian Business Media Association determines the winner, and the award will be presented at the 61st annual Kenneth R. Wilson Awards gala, on June 2 at One King West Hotel in Toronto.
Previous winners of the Harvey Southam Award include Harvey Botting, Doug Bennet, Rolf Lockwood, Tom Davey and Jim Winsor.
More information and application at KRWawards.ca.

Last Call for Entries: Kenneth R. Wilson Awards

Today is the final deadline for submissions to the Kenneth R. Wilson Awards, recognizing excellence in the content and creation of Canadian business-to-business magazines.
One of the Canadian media industry’s most cherished institutions since its founding in 1954, the Kenneth R. Wilson Awards each year celebrate and promote the work of hundreds of publications, writers, editors, and artists dedicated to supporting Canada’s vibrant professional and trade industries.
The most prestigious prize, Magazine of the Year, is offered in 2 divisions: Professional Magazines and Trade Magazines.

At last year's KRW Awards, the winners of Magazine of the Year were BCBusiness (Professional Division) and Retail News (Trade Division).
At last year’s KRW Awards, the winners of Magazine of the Year were BCBusiness (Professional Division) and Retail News (Trade Division).

Winner of Best Cover at the 60th anniversary Kenneth R. Wilson Awards in 2014.
Winner of Best Cover at the 60th anniversary Kenneth R. Wilson Awards in 2014.

Other special awards at this year’s KRWs include Best Issue, Best Cover and Best New Journalist.
Gold and Silver awards will be presented in additional categories for B2B magazine excellence, including 13 categories for magazine writing, 4 categories for design and visual creation, 3 categories for digital content and design.
Find out more and enter online at krwawards.ca.
 

Kenneth R. Wilson Awards announce Call for Entries

The 61st annual Kenneth R. Wilson Awards for Canadian business-to-business publishing are now open for submissions. The early-bird deadline is February 6; final deadline February 13.
The list of categories includes special awards for:
Magazine of the Year–Professional
Magazine of the Year–Trade
Best Issue
Best Cover
Best New Journalist
There are also 13 awards for writing achievement, 4 awards for visual achievement and 3 awards for digital achievement.
The Harvey Southam Award recognizes career achievement in the Canadian B2B industry.
The KRW Awards are also accepting nominations for judges for this year’s awards. Contact staff[at]krwawards.ca for details.
Enter online at krwawards.ca.

Winners announced for the 60th anniversary Kenneth R. Wilson Awards


Last night at a gala at Hotel One King West in Toronto Canadian Business Press presented the winners of the 60th anniversary Kenneth R. Wilson Awards for excellence in business-to-business magazine publishing.
The winners of Magazine of the Year were BCBusiness (Professional Division) and Retail News (Trade Division).

The Best Cover awards went to Up Here Business (Gold) and Canadian Grocer (Silver).

The Best Issue awards went to CMA Magazine (Gold) and University Affairs (Silver).

The Best Art Direction awards went to Precedent (Gold) and SRI Magazine (Silver).

Construire (acqconstruire.com) won for Website of the Year.
CAmagazine led all publications with 5 awards (3 Gold; 2 Silver) and 14 Honourable Mentions. Awards were presented in a total of 22 categories for written, visual and digital content. Visit krwawards.ca to view all the winners.
Allan Britnell, managing editor of Renovation Contractor and president of the Canadian Society of Magazine Editors, served as the gala’s master of ceremonies.