Awarded by Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB)
To ensure that there is an investment in the development of individuals, skilled and knowledgeable in research, who may be of future benefit to the Canadian broadcasting industry.
Open to students enrolled in a graduate studies programme, or in the final year of an Honours degree with the intention of entering a graduate programme, anywhere in Canada. Candidates must have demonstrated achievement in, and knowledge of, statistical and/or quantitative research methodology in a course of study at a Canadian university or postsecondary institution.
Canadian $2,500–4,000 plus a commemorative certificate
Applicants must complete an application form and submit a 250-word essay outlining their interest in audience research. Application forms are available from the website. Three references should be attached to the completed application form, including one from the course director.
The BBM Bureau of Measurement and the Canadian Association of Broadcasters
The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) is the collective voice of Canada's private radio and television stations and speciality services. The CAB develops industry-wide strategic plans, works to improve the financial health of the industry, and promotes private broadcasting's role as Canada's leading programmer and local service provider.