Canadian New Media Awards Announces 2010 Nominees

by Rob Lewis

The Canadian New Media Awards (CNMAs) organizers announced the final 2010 nominees last night in Toronto. The CNMAs are the country’s only nationwide competition that clebrates the accomplishments of Canada’s most successful digital media companies.

Now its 10th year, the Canadian New Media Awards are a part of nextMEDIA Toronto, Canada’s leading forum for the convergence of all forms of digital media, taking place November 29th & 30th, 2010 at the Design Exchange in Toronto. The CNMA gala ceremony will be held December 1, 2010, on the Trading Floor of the Design Exchange.

Company of the Year:

  • Frima Studio
  • I Love Rewards
  • Metroleap
  • Syncapse Corp.
  • Vision Critical

Promising New Company of the Year:

  • Bitstrips Inc.
  • Entrinsic
  • Polar Mobile
  • Trend Hunter

Digital Media Technology of the Year:

  • dimeRocker, OverInteractive Media
  • HootSuite, HootSuite Media, Inc.
  • Shiny Ads, Shiny Ads

The finalists for the remaining categories can be found here.

CBS Interactive - Metrolyrics
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

MetroLyrics is the premiere destination for song lyrics online, with a legal database of over 700,000 titles. MetroLyrics is the most popular lyrics website worldwide, boasting the most comprehensive database of legal lyrics in the world with over 700,000 titles. With a best-in-class design and first-to-market social media sharing features, MetroLyrics is the web's premiere lyrics site. more

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A global leader in the practice areas of digital consulting, community building, technology solutions, and digital measurement, Syncapse helps our clients leverage the power of social media to drive greater value and success for their businesses. Using expert cross-discipline strategic thinking paired with leading-edge customizable technologies, we create unique and innovative solutions that... more

Frima Studio
Québec, Québec, Canada

Founded in Québec city in 2003 by Steve Couture, Philippe Bégin and Christian Daigle, Frima Studio has proved to be a successful journey for 3 entrepreneurs looking to build quality video games in the midst of the dotcom crash. We wish we could say the name Frima comes from Latin roots or ancient Greek but the explanation is rather rational; the three musketeers combined their skills in winter... more

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Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more

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