Meet the Digiday Mobi Awards Finalists
The Digiday Mobi Awards recognize innovation in mobile media in the past calendar year. In each of the 13 categories, three to five finalists were recognized as standouts. Learn more about the judges and judging criteria here.
Agencies MRY and R/GA both had a big year: MRY with work for Sony and Coca-Cola, and R/GA with Ray-ban, Johnson & Johnson, and Nike. Carnival, Fandango, Gucci, Pret A Manger, and NIKEiD were all finalists in the “Best Mobile Website” category. The “Best Mobile App for Editorial Content” finalists are The Boston Globe’s iPhone app, USA Today’s iPad app, and Comedy Central’s work with Roundarch Isobar on a stand-up app.
IPSY and Huge are among 2021 Future Leader Awards nominees
The Future Leader Awards — presented by Digiday, Glossy and Modern Retail — are back to spotlight our industries’ most outstanding up-and-comers.
Comedy Central Digital, VH1 and Johnson & Johnson top this year’s Digiday Video and TV Awards shortlist
In a year like no other, the finalists for the Digiday Video and TV Awards broke new ground. They made big bets across channels to create and deliver outstanding content despite incredible production constraints.
Ally Financial, M&C Saatchi Group and Comedy Central are Digiday Awards winners
The 2020 Digiday Awards honorees were not only able to successfully pivot and innovate, but found the common thread of empathy and decency that would resonate with consumers.
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Digiday welcomes new media reporter Sara Guaglione and platforms, data, privacy reporter, Kate Kaye
Both reporters bring years of experience covering the media industry and we’re excited to add their voices to our editorial team.
Digiday welcomes new reporters Kimeko McCoy and Erika Wheless to cover marketing and commerce
Having talented reporters and writers on the marketing and commerce beats will greatly expand and deepen Digiday's coverage.