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    CMDC YA Awards - Winners, Celebration & More
    October 19, 2017
    CMDC (Canadian Media Director's Council) is proud to announce this year’s award winners for the YA Young Blood Awards 2017. This year we received the highest submissions ever, attracting young guns from agencies and all areas of expertise. They are a passionate and formidable bunch, who are challenging status quo and already making impact at their agencies and schools. Winners were announced last evening at the YA Young Blood awards celebration hosted at SteamWhistle Brewery. This epic event acknowledged the outstanding accomplishments of the most fearless, most creative, most innovative young media minds in the industry.
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    YA Young Blood Awards - Shortlist Revealed!
    October 11, 2017
    CMDC is proud to announce the shortlist for  YA Young Blood Awards 2017. This year we received the highest submissions ever, attracting young guns from agencies and all areas of expertise. They are a passionate and formidable bunch, who are challenging status quo and already making impact at their agencies and schools. A big thank you to all who participated.  Winners will be announced at our upcoming YA Young Blood awards celebration on Tuesday 17th October, SteamWhistle Brewery, 6 - 10pm. Tickets are selling fast, get your ticket today here. ROOKIE OF THE YEAR - Sponsored by Facebook  Evelyn Harrison, Havas Media Hilary Levy, OMD Renee Hung, Zenith Laura Newton, Starcom John Carroll, PHD YOUNG YODA - Sponsored by Facebook  Robyn Van Driel, MediaCom Julie Park, WaveMaker Catherine Ramsey, Jungle Media James Dolan, PHD Noah Martin, UM MAVERICK - Sponsored by Cineplex  Sam Rowe, Starcom Tatjana, Adzic, Wavemaker Shruti Kaushik, OMD Brinda Mathew, Starcom David Zagury, Resolution Media/Touche GAME CHANGER - Sponsored by Juice Mobile  Alessia Grosso, Cossette Donna Lau, Saatchi & Saatchi Catherine Vezina, Jungle Media Jora Hayman, Havas Media Jessica Biagioni, Starcom FIRST IN CLASS  Michelle Doan, BCIT Marketing Communications Program Trevor Dewan, Sheridan College David Holmes, Dalhousie University PEOPLE's CHOICE - Sponsored by Adobe  Announced at awards ceremony
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    CMDC YA Young Blood Awards
    October 2, 2017
    It’s that time of year again! On Tuesday October 17th 2017 CMDC Youth Ambassadors are holding their highly anticipated Young Blood Awards at Steamwhistle Brewery, 6 – 9pm. We want to invite you to celebrate and acknowledge the outstanding accomplishments of the most fearless, most creative, most innovative young media minds in our industry, with of course party favorites - drinks, apps and plenty of photos! The CMDC Youth Ambassadors program not only aims to galvanize and inspire the future leaders in the Canadian media industry, but also represents CMDC’s next media generation. Their mission is to strengthen connections and advance thinking of our future leaders of media by creating a culture of connectivity and creativity in the workplace. Our ambitious YA committee wants to recognize the up-and-comers that often don’t get the recognition they deserve – and its time to change all that! We encourage you to nominate a future media leader (with 5 years or less experience) and join us at Steamwhistle Brewery for CMDC's Young Blood Awards. Purchase tickets for the internal staff and join the celebration. Tickets open Monday 18th September @ cmdc.ca Spread the word by following us @ #cmdcya  
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    Canadian creators and advertisers, Unifor, the National Football League and Bell renew their appeal to the CRTC to rescind its Super Bowl simsub ban
    August 9, 2017
    “What is the fuss over one program out of 52 weeks of television?” says Janet Callaghan, President of the Canadian Media Directors’ Council. “It is because Super Bowl delivers a huge audience which is irreplaceable. Super Bowl is a live program event with a high entertainment factor, engaging families and friends to view together. This audience can be monetized because the almost 8 million 2017 viewers are 100% Canadian despite the origin of the program, which begs the question as to why the CRTC made a ruling which does not appear to be evidence based on stable consumer data and which returns no financial benefit to the Canadian economy.”
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    Are Millennials Lilliputians?
    July 13, 2017
    In 1726, Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels was published in a safe and strictly edited form, but thankfully, this deeply satirical manuscript was published later in its original, unedited form in 1735. Gulliver, our travelling protagonist, observed strange and imagined countries, and at one point he was held prisoner by a race of tiny people he called the society of Lilliputians.

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