2015 New Media Awards Opens for Early Bird Entries on March 2nd

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New Media Institute in NYC announces the opening of its premier web awards competition - recognizing the Rock Stars of New Media Communications; raising the bar for standards of superior digital communication.

The 2015 New Media Awards Competition recognizes creative solutions and achievements (big entrants and small entrants) in new media communications.

The New Media Institute (NMI), has announced that its 2015 New Media Awards will open for early bird submissions (reduced entry fee) beginning March 2nd (until March 16th). Website, Mobile Application, Online Video, Social Media and Advertising Campaign categories will be judged on innovation, creativity, design, user-friendliness, and most importantly - how well they serve their audiences.

"This is our 9th year, and each year sees tremendous growth in the number of quality submissions we receive. Our awards competition is unique because it is all-inclusive, and our judging focuses on entries that are more than just pretty. It's all about dynamically serving your audience's needs," explained Barbara Eber-Schmid, New Media Institute's Executive Vice President. “The 2015 New Media Awards Competition recognizes creative solutions and achievements (big entrants and small entrants) in new media communications.”

For more information on the 2015 New Media Awards, go to: http://www.newmediaawards.org

About New Media Institute (NMI)
The New Media Institute is a research and fact finding organization whose mission is to improve public understanding of issues surrounding the Internet and new media communications, promotes best practices, covers new media news and publishes white papers on hot topics. NMI acts as a resource for journalists, businesses, academia, as well as the public and private sectors. In addition, NMI manages the New Media Professional Association (NMPA).

For information on sponsoring the 2015 New Media Awards, please go to: http://www.newmediaawards.org/sponsors.php

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