Nomination list grows — Welcome CBC Blue Sky listeners

Posted: January 3, 2008 by John Klein in discussion
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Nominations are open until January 11th, 2007 11:59PM PST

The Canadian Blog Awards is being featured today on CBC Saskatchewan Blue Sky at approximately 12:35 CST.

Please have a quick look at the Rules, then submit your favourite Canadian blogs in the appropriate categories.

To see a summary of the latest nominations, see the Recent Comments list on the side of the this blog. You can subscribe to the Comments RSS feed as well.

UPDATE: Welcome NewsTalk980.com listeners. I (Saskboy) appeared on the Dave Arnold Morning Show at 7:45 and talked with Dave for a few minutes explaining the CBAs, and the variety of blogs in my province and in Canada.

Comments
  1. saskboy says:

    Well, the interview went well. Thank you to the staff at Blue Sky, including temporary host Garth Materie, for asking intelligent questions and spreading the news of the CBAs.

    They are going to check back at the end of the month to see which blogs end up as the 2007 CBA winners.

  2. huffb1 says:

    so this is the CBA’s huh…

  3. […] it’s being run on a free platform by a the kind of volunteers who are thrilled that they got a mention on regional radio — which actually makes it more flattering.  This seems like a much more earnest effort than […]

  4. Chris Holt says:

    Just curious, as I’ve never done anything like this before. Nominations close this Friday. Then what? I am assuming that the voting will take place by the nominated blog’s readers by visiting this site? How long do they get to vote and is there a CBA widget available that can link them from the nominated sites to the CBA site?

    Thanks for all the hard work on what must be a thankless job!

  5. saskboy says:

    Chris,
    https://cdnba.wordpress.com/rules/ has a few details of the voting rounds. They’ll start after the CBA Operators have entered the hundreds of nominations into various polls (one for each category).

    I’m planning on each poll being on a unique category page so that bloggers can link to their own category’s poll specifically, but we’ll see how it works out.

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