ITWC at COPA 2015 - feature

ITWC is a finalist in four different areas at this year’s Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPA), reflecting the range of its digital publishing talents, from video production to social media activities, to website design and valuable journalism in service of an audience.

Unveiled this week, ITWC is a finalist for four different awards in the “blue” business-to-business publication category. They include editorial packaging for Computer Dealer News, video for ITWC, social media for ITWorldCanada.com, and best trade media website for Computer Dealer News. The honour of receiving these four finalist standings continues ITWC’s historical success at the COPA awards – last year, ITWC won four awards and was the most-winning B2B publisher. ITWC is also the most-awarded B2B publisher over COPA’s history, having participated since its inaugural year in 2008.

“It’s a proud day for our entire team as the four COPA Awards cover the innovative and creative track we have poured our energies into as we continue to digitally transform our ability to deliver engaging, entertaining and technology’s most relevant content,” says Jim Love, chief content officer at ITWC. “We see here that we’re strong in delivering content across a number of formats.”

Explore ITWC’s entries here:

Read the latest digital edition of CDN or visit the website to read what lessons the channel can learn from Harley Davidson.

Read the recap of our Twitter chat about state-sanctioned hacking and encryption.

Video – Digital Transformation – How IoT will disrupt the home, the office, and our cities

Winners for the COPA awards will be revealed on Nov. 7 at an awards ceremony in Toronto.

 



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