And the winner is ... - The Internet Oscar was awarded again
Yesterday it was that time again. This year's Internet Oscar 'Webby' was awarded in San Francisco for the best websites on the Internet. The award has been presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences since 1996.
The highlight of the event was then also the awarding of the coveted trophies, which were awarded twice to the BBC in the 'News' and 'Radio' categories. One of the winners is the search engine Google, which scored a Webby in the 'Best Practice' category. Incidentally, just like last year. Well-known websites such as Yahoo Finance, Amazon and MTV-Soap are among the winners. The Canadian Looplabs site was able to prevail among the jurors among the sites with music offers, but not among the Internet users who are responsible for awarding the audience award. So the audience award was given to another music site, Live365 . A site from Denmark was able to prevail among the game sites, with Netbaby winning the coveted prize. In the category of travel sites, the jury awarded the prize to the Australian site Loneley Planet . Last but not least, in the 'Politics' category, the Center for Responsive Politics website was able to convince the jurors to have earned a Webby.