DME14: European Digital Media awards presented

The world’s most innovative digital news media – from giants like the Guardian and Norway’s VG to the smaller DOTYK, the first tablet-only weekly in the Czech Republic – were honoured Tuesday evening (8 April) as winners of the European Digital Media Awards, the annual prizes from WAN-IFRA.

by WAN-IFRA Staff | April 8, 2014

The awards, which recognise outstanding work by European publishers in digital advertising, data visualization, tablet publishing, mobile service, news websites, reader engagement, online video, and outstanding new projects, were presented in a ceremony during Digital Media Europe 2014, WAN-IFRA’s annual digital event in London.
Here is a full list of the European Digital Media Award winners.

The awards attracted 107 entries from 48 European publishing houses in 21 countries this year.

“Nothing changes faster than digital media, and these awards reflect the diversity of innovative approaches that news media are adopting in the face of disruption,” said Vincent Peyrègne, CEO of WAN-IFRA. “The brilliance and appeal of these winning projects is inspiring for the entire industry.”

Here is a list of this year’s jury members.

WAN-IFRA’s Digital Media conferences have become a referent in the digital publishing industry, with more than 1,000 delegates from around the globe attending the Digital Media Europe (DME), Digital Media Asia (DMA), Digital Media India (DMI), and Digital Media Latinoamerica editions last year. This DMx network of events makes it one of the most relevant international business platforms dedicated to the transformation of the news media industry.



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