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Two winners of Broadcasters of the Future scholarships have been announced by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters and The Global Television Network.In the persons with a physical disability category, the winner is Shawn Cherry, a Southern Alberta Institute of Technology broadcasting...

Two winners of Broadcasters of the Future scholarships have been announced by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters and The Global Television Network.

In the persons with a physical disability category, the winner is Shawn Cherry, a Southern Alberta Institute of Technology broadcasting student. Cherry is a quadraplegic who suffers from spastic cerebral palsy.

He wins a $12,500 internship to begin this fall, and will receive a four-month salaried internship at Global next summer.

In the visible minority category the winner is Toronto’s Angelique Phillips, a black graduate journalism student at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ont.

The Broadcasters of the Future Awards were established in 1992.

Scholarships exist in management development for women, film crafts internships for women, visible minorities, aboriginals and disabled persons, mentorship for women, and an aboriginal people’s internship.

è Quebecor Printing has bought the manufacturing assets of Lawson Mardon Group, offered for sale by Coopers & Lybrand.

Quebecor Printing says the acquisition will allow it to strengthen its position in the catalogue and direct mail markets in Ontario.

Gordon Griffiths, Quebecor Printing’s president, central and western Canada, says the majority of the speciality equipment will remain in the Toronto area.