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NEW YORK – February 19, 2015 – INNODATA INC.
is excited to announce the re-launch of The Bulldog Awards for 2015. Five awards programs will be held for PR professionals to showcase their best work. The Bulldog Awards will continue the tradition of being the only US-based PR awards program to be exclusively judged by journalists, and winners will receive the coveted framed awards in addition to recognition in various media properties.
Following Bulldog Reporter’s recent acquisition by Innodata’s MediaMiser subsidiary, restoring important traditions were key along with the introduction of some new initiatives. The Bulldog Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Awards kicked off the program recently and a new streamlined submission process is available at www.bulldogreporter.com.
Also, for the first time, a global CSR award will encourage submissions from around the world. Non-US companies are encouraged to submit in this new category as well as all existing categories.
The full 2015 Bulldog Awards Program schedule is as follows:
Awards Launch Date Submission Deadlines CSR Awards February 17, 2015 April 17, 2015 Media Relations Award March 1, 2015 May 15, 2015 Not-for-Profit Award May 1, 2015 July 17, 2015 Stars of PR Award July 15, 2015 October 2, 2015 Digital Social Awards August 15, 2015 November 6, 2015
The Bulldog Awards program will continue to evolve throughout the year with exciting new ways of acknowledging winners and adding to its committee of esteemed journalists. While the Bulldog Awards took a brief hiatus in the fall of 2014, this re-launch is the first step in making the program one of the most prestigious in the PR community.
Three awards programs that were not fulfilled in 2014 are currently being finalized by Bulldog Reporter’s judging panel, and will be announced later this month. All winners will receive framed awards and accompanying acknowledgement in Bulldog Reporter media properties.
About Bulldog Reporter
Bulldog Reporter supplies media intelligence news and analysis to public relations and corporate communications professionals with the mission of helping these practitioners achieve competitive performance. Bulldog Reporter publishes the industry’s well-known trade journal, Bulldog Reporter’s Daily ‘Dog. In addition, the company publishes a daily online newsletter-Inside Health Media-that focuses on media relations, and provides media list and media intelligence services through its Media Pro online directory. Bulldog Reporter presents industry awards competitions-the Bulldog Awards-which recognize excellence in multiple categories including corporate social responsibility, media relations, digital and social marketing, not-for-profit and overall outstanding professional performance.
is a global digital services and solutions company. Innodata’s technology and services power leading information products and online retail destinations around the world. Innodata’s solutions help prestigious enterprises harness the power of digital data to re-imagine how they operate and drive performance. Innodata serves publishers, media and information companies, digital retailers, banks, insurance companies, government agencies and many other industries.
Founded in 1988, Innodata comprises a team of 5,000 diverse people in 8 countries who are dedicated to delivering services and solutions that help the world’s businesses make better decisions.
Recent Innodata honors include EContent Magazine’s EContent 100, KMWorld Magazine’s 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management, the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals’ (IAOP) Global Outsourcing Top 100, DB India’s Leading ITeS and BPO Companies and the Black Book of Outsourcing’s Top List of Leading Outsourcing Providers to the Printing and Publishing Business.
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