NMI Announces Winners of the 2010 New Media Awards – Website Awards Competition

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Check out the 24 Website Awards Winners in the 2010 New Media Awards who have been recognized for excellence in new media communications.

It is our pleasure to recognize excellence in online communications. Awards recipients ranged from local to global with a diverse assortment of purpose, all exhibiting exuberant creativity in their use of new media as a form of communication.

The New Media Institute’s 2010 New Media Awards Competition has concluded its judging process and has announced 24 winners in this year’s website awards competition.

“It is our pleasure to recognize excellence in online communications. Awards recipients ranged from local to global with a diverse assortment of purpose, all exhibiting exuberant creativity in their use of new media as a form of communication,” said Barbara Eber-Schmid, Executive Vice President of the New Media Institute, who holds the annual New Media Awards. “Each year, we see a substantial increase in the number and quality of entries – providing a gratifying challenge for the judges.”

Winners of the 2010 New Media Awards can be found on the New Media Awards website: http://www.newmediaawards.org/websiteawards/2010/website_awards_winners.html

About the New Media Awards – Website Awards Competition
The New Media Awards is an annual competition celebrating excellence in online communications. Websites are judged based on how well they serve their audience, considering the overall user experience, ease of navigation, content and design.

About the New Media Institute
The mission of the New Media Institute(NMI) is to promote excellence in new media communications and improve public understanding of communications strategies and issues surrounding the Internet and other forms new media communications. NMI works directly with the news media, researchers, academics, government and industry professionals and serves as a primary resource of facts, statistics and analysis.

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