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This year’s Digiday Publishing Awards finalists reflect a changing industry: As publishers seek new ways to create valuable products that present opportunities to collect previously unclaimed revenue and are true to the core of their businesses, this year’s list honors those who have best laid out the course for their future.
‘It’s dangerous to chase the shiny thing’: Q&A with Neil Vogel, CEO of Dotdash, the Digiday Publisher of the Year: Dotdash rebranded in 2017 after nearly two decades as ABout.com, breaking into a stable of vertical-focused properties such as The Balance, which focuses on finance, and health-centric Verywell. It took an axe to tens of thousands of articles, rebuilt its sites to focus on speed and optimizing to serve advertisers’ programmatic needs.
Dotdash wins Publisher of the Year at the Digiday Publishing Awards: The gala, hosted by HQ Trivia host Scott Rogowsky, celebrated the top work in digital publishing by publishers, brands, agencies and technology platforms across the world. Winners were announced from categories like Best Live Event, Best Content Studio and Best Use of a Podcast.
NBCUniversal and CNN lead the nominations for the 2018 Digiday Publishing Awards: NBCUniversal and CNN’s Courageous Studio are leading in the 2018 Digiday Publishing Awards with six nominations each. NBCUniversal is nominated across NBC News Digital, NBC News and CNBC for six awards total.
BuzzFeed’s Greg Coleman is Publishing Executive of the Year at the Digiday Publishing Awards: BuzzFeed president Greg Coleman has been named Publishing Executive of the Year at the Digiday Publishing Awards. A first-time winner, Greg is a veteran of AOL, The Huffington Post and most recently of ad tech firm Criteo. He joined BuzzFeed in August 2014 to help mature its ad business.
Business Insider’s social-first Insider is up for Best New Vertical for this year’s Digiday Publishing Awards: It’s a promising awards time for publishing startups, and nowhere is that more in evidence than this year’s slate of finalists for the Digiday Publishing Awards. Business Insider property Insider garnered two nominations.
The Atlantic is Publisher of the Year at the Digiday Publishing Awards: It was a big night for legacy publishers at this year’s Digiday Publishing Awards. The 159-year-old Atlantic won the award for Publisher of the Year, and Time won Best in Show for its series “A Year in Space,” chronicling astronaut Scott Kelly’s year in the International Space Station.
Vox Media and The Enthusiast Network are top nominees in the Digiday Publishing Awards: The Enthusiast Network is up for Best Brand Partnership, Best Use of Technology by a Publisher, Best Publishing Innovation in Advertising and Best Audience Development Strategy. Vox Media has one nomination for Best Native Advertising, one for Best Content Studio, and two in the same category: for Best Use of Multimedia for Storytelling.
A look back at five years of the Digiday Publishing Awards: With the awards in their fifth year, here’s a look back at the Best in Show campaigns over the years that impressed judges for their performance, creativity and emotional impact.
Digiday Publishing Awards: New York Times, Refinery29 take top honors: The most innovative publishers of 2014 got their due at the Digiday Publishing Awards, where Refinery29, The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, and Slate were among the winners across 14 highly competitive categories.
The Atlantic leads Digiday Publishing Awards finalists: The Atlantic is up for publisher of the year for its “American Futures” project, developed by James and Deborah Fallows on the reinvention of the American Dream. It is also a finalist in the best video category for “If Our Bodies Could Talk,” a series hosted by Dr. James Hamblin about off-beat health topics.