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Future of CNMAs in limbo as Froman circulates controversial industry plan

News | 10/10/2003 4:00 am EDT

A controversial proposal has been circulated to industry stakeholders by the chief organizer of the Canadian New Media Awards (CNMAs) that asks Canada’s new media companies to pony up cash to keep the high-profile awards event going. Adam Froman, whose firm Delvinia Interactive Inc. provides the marketing and organizational muscle behind the awards, says mounting the annual showcase has become too draining for a single firm to undertake and he is asking the new media industry to support a new Academy for New Media that would operate on a year-round basis to run the awards.

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