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The EPPY Awards
Awarded forThe EPPY™ Awards honor the best in digital news publishing across more than 45 diverse categories, including excellence in college/university digital journalism.
LocationInteractive Media Conference & Trade Show (1999–2010)
Online (2011–present)
CountryUnited States of America
Presented byEditor & Publisher
Formerly calledBest Online Newspaper Services Competition
First awarded1997
Websitewww.eppyawards.com

The EPPY Awards honor excellence in digital publishing, and are presented by Editor & Publisher magazine.[1] Designed in 1996 to honor newspaper companies that did an "outstanding job in creating online services," the awards were originally given in partnership between Mediaweek and Editor & Publisher and named the Best Online Newspaper Services Competition,[2] and presented at the end of the Interactive Newspaper Conference.[3]

In 1998, the awards were renamed the EPPY Awards.[3][4] and in 2003 the awards were expanded to recognize websites associated with other media outlets, as well as newspapers.[5] Today the EPPY Awards honor the best in digital news publishing across more than 45 diverse categories, including excellence in college/university digital journalism.[1]

From 2003 to 2009, Mediaweek co-sponsored the (renamed) Interactive Media Conference & Trade Show, and both the awards and conference were moved from February to May. Beginning in 2011, the EPPY Awards moved online and is now totally run and owned by Editor & Publisher Magazine.

The latest 2022 EPPY Awards winners included Best Daily Newspaper Website (1 million or more unique visitors), The Boston Globe for BostonGlobe.com. Best Black Newspaper Website (fewer than 1 million unique visitors), Defender Network for DefenderNetwork.com. Best Sports News Website (1 million or more unique visitors), ESPN Digital Media. Best Business/Finance Website (1 million or more unique visitors), CNBC for CNBC.com and Best Collaborative Investigative/ Enterprise Reporting (1 million or more unique visitors), Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Green for “The Methane Menace.”[6][2]

Award categories

As of 2022, the EPPY Awards are awarded across 47 diverse media-related categories, with two tiers based on readership size (over or under 1 million unique monthly visitors).[7]

Website Categories

  • Best daily newspaper website
  • Best weekly or non-daily newspaper website
  • Best Black newspaper website
  • Best Hispanic newspaper website
  • Best Asian newspaper website
  • Best magazine website
  • Best sports news website
  • Best sports news website
  • Best online-only news website
  • Best local TV news website
  • Best local radio news website
  • Best business/finance website
  • Best entertainment / cultural news website
  • Best mobile news app

Content Categories

  • Best investigative/enterprise feature
  • Best collaborative investigative/enterprise reporting
  • Best news or event feature
  • Best business reporting
  • Best business/finance blog
  • Best news/political blog
  • Best use of data/infographics
  • Best use of social media/crowd sourcing
  • Best innovation project on a website
  • Best community service project/reporting
  • Best news or event feature video
  • Best investigative/enterprise video
  • Best investigative/enterprise video
  • Best sports video
  • Best podcast
  • Best photojournalism on a website
  • Best editorial/political cartoon
  • Best incorporation of sponsored/branded content
  • Best overall website design
  • Best home page design
  • Best redesign/relaunch
  • Best website navigation design
  • Best cause marketing/corporate social responsibility campaign
  • Best promotional/marketing campaign

College Categories

  • Best college/university campus website
  • Best college/university-produced community or Niche Website
  • Best collaborative college/university & professional website
  • Best news story on a college/university website
  • Best feature story on a college/university website
  • Best video on a college/university website
  • Best photojournalism on a college/university website
  • Best college/university investigative/documentary
  • Best college/university sports section/website

Dates and locations

Year Dates Conference Venue/Location Source
1997 winners Feb. 14, 1997 Interactive Newspapers Conference Houston Hyatt, Houston, Texas [8]
1998 winners Feb. 6, 1998 Interactive Newspapers Conference Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Seattle, Washington [9]
1999 winners Feb. 1999 Interactive Newspapers Conference Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia [10]
2000 winners Feb. 11, 2000 Interactive Newspapers Conference & Trade Show New Orleans, Louisiana [11]
2001winners Feb. 22, 2001 Interactive Newspapers Conference & Trade Show Dallas, Texas [12]
2002 winners Feb. 8, 2002 Interactive Newspapers Conference & Trade Show San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, California [13]
2003 winners May 9, 2003 Interactive Media Conference & Trade Show Paradise Point Resort, San Diego, California [14]
2004 winners May 12, 2004 Interactive Media Conference & Trade Show Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia [15]
2005 winners June 9, 2005 Interactive Media Conference & Trade Show New Orleans, Louisiana [16]
2006 winners May 22, 2006 Interactive Media Conference & Trade Show New Orleans, Louisiana [17]
2007 winners May 27, 2007 Interactive Media Conference & Trade Show Miami, Florida [18]
2008 winners May 18, 2008 Interactive Media Conference & Trade Show Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada [19]
2009 winners May 7, 2009 Interactive Media Conference & Trade Show Las Vegas, Nevada [20] [21]
2010 winners June 17, 2010 Interactive Media Conference & Trade Show Las Vegas, Nevada [22]
2011 winners Nov. 30, 2011 Editorandpublisher.com N.A. [23]
2012 winners Oct. 30, 2012 Editorandpublisher.com N.A. [24]
2013 winners Oct. 30, 2013 Editorandpublisher.com N.A. [25]
2014 winners Oct. 29, 2014 Editorandpublisher.com N.A. [26]
2015 winners Oct. 29, 2015 Editorandpublisher.com N.A. [27]
2016 winners Oct. 27, 2016 Editorandpublisher.com N.A. [28]
2017 winners Oct. 25, 2017 Editorandpublisher.com N.A. [29]
2018 winners Oct. 24, 2018 Editorandpublisher.com N.A. [30]
2019 winners Oct. 23, 2019 Editorandpublisher.com N.A. [7]
2020 winners Oct 22, 2020 EditorandPublisher.com N.A. [31]
2021 winners Dec. 13, 2021 Editorandpublisher.com N.A. [32]
2022 winners Dec. 21, 2022 Editorandpublisher.com N.A. [33]

References

  1. ^ "EPPY Awards". Retrieved December 9, 2014.
  2. ^ "Editor & Publisher and The Kelsey Group Present 1996's Best Online Newspaper Services". Editor & Publisher. February 1996. Retrieved August 13, 2009.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ a b "Washingtonpost.com Leads All Newspapers With Seven Entries Among 1999 EPpy Finalists". Editor & Publisher. January 18, 1999. Archived from the original on August 21, 2009. Retrieved August 13, 2009.
  4. ^ Levins, Hoag (February 6, 1998). "Chicago Tribune Wins 3 Top Honors in World's Best Online Newspaper Awards: 14 Winners Announced at Seattle Ceremony". Editor & Publisher. Retrieved August 13, 2009.[permanent dead link]
  5. ^ "EPPY Awards". Editor & Publisher. Archived from the original on October 7, 2009. Retrieved August 13, 2009.
  6. ^ Editor, Staff |; Publisher. "2022 EPPY Award Winners: Honoring the best in digital media". Editor and Publisher. Retrieved 2023-02-10. ((cite web)): |last= has generic name (help)
  7. ^ a b dkelsen. "Editor & Publisher 2019 EPPY Awards," Editor & Publisher website. Retrieved May 5, 2020.
  8. ^ "EPpys: 1997 winners,"Editor & Publisher (1997). Archived 2008-12-26 at the Wayback Machine
  9. ^ "EPpys: 1998 winners,"Editor & Publisher (1998). Archived 2008-12-26 at the Wayback Machine
  10. ^ Brown, Chip. "State of The American Newspaper: FEAR.COM," American Journalism Review (June 1999).
  11. ^ E&P Staff. "CHICAGO TRIB, WASH POST WIN BIG IN EPpy AWARDS," Editor & Publisher (Feb. 12, 2000).
  12. ^ E&P Staff. "WASHINGTONPOST.com WINS 5 EPPY AWARDS," Editor & Publisher (Feb. 23, 2001).
  13. ^ E&P Staff. "2002 EPpy Award Winners Announced," Editor & Publisher (Feb. 9, 2002).
  14. ^ E&P Staff. "EPpy Winners Announced." Editor & Publisher (May 9, 2003).
  15. ^ E&P Staff. "EPpy awards," Editor & Publisher (June 1, 2004).
  16. ^ E&P Staff. "EPpy Award Winners Announced," Editor & Publisher (July 1, 2005).
  17. ^ E&P Staff. "UPDATE: ‘E&P’ Announces 2006 EPpy Awards Winners," Editor & Publisher (May 22, 2006)
  18. ^ E&P Staff."UPDATED: 2007 EPpy Winners — With Links," Editor & Publisher (May 27, 2007).
  19. ^ E&P Staff."2008 EPpy Award Winners Announced in Las Vegas,"[permanent dead link] Editor & Publisher (May 18, 2008).
  20. ^ "Nielsen Conference and Events". Nielsen Company. Archived from the original on July 24, 2009. Retrieved August 13, 2009.
  21. ^ E&P Staff. "UPDATE: ‘E&P’ Announces 2006 EPpy Awards Winners," Editor & Publisher (May 7, 2009).
  22. ^ E&P Staff (June 17, 2010). "2010 EPpy Winners Announced at Interactive Conference". Editor & Publisher. Retrieved May 5, 2020.
  23. ^ "2011 EPPY™ Award Winners Announced". Editor & Publisher. November 30, 2011. Archived from the original on June 22, 2020. Retrieved May 5, 2020.
  24. ^ "2012 EPPY™ Award Winners Announced". Editor & Publisher. October 30, 2012. Archived from the original on September 11, 2015. Retrieved May 5, 2020.
  25. ^ E&P Staff. "2013 EPPY Winners Announced," Editor & Publisher (Oct. 30, 2013).
  26. ^ E&P Staff. "2014 EPPY Award Winners (Photo Gallery)," Editor & Publisher (December 8, 2014).
  27. ^ E&P Staff. "2015 EPPY Winners Announced," Editor & Publisher (Oct. 29, 2015).
  28. ^ Staff. "2016 EPPY Award Winners Announced," Editor & Publisher (October 27, 2016).
  29. ^ E&P Staff. "2017 EPPY Award Winners Announced," Editor & Publisher (Oct. 26, 2017).
  30. ^ dkelsen. "EPPY Winners 2018," Editor & Publisher (Oct. 24, 2018).
  31. ^ E, Press Release |; P; LMC. "E&P and Local Media Consortium to Announce 2020 EPPY Award Winners and Finalists During 'EPPYS Live': Free Live Broadcast: Tuesday, October 27 at Noon ET". Editor and Publisher. Retrieved 2023-02-10.
  32. ^ Editor, Staff |; Publisher. "2021 EPPY Award winners: Honoring the best in digital media". Editor and Publisher. Retrieved 2023-02-10. ((cite web)): |last= has generic name (help)
  33. ^ Editor, Staff |; Publisher. "2022 EPPY Award Winners: Honoring the best in digital media". Editor and Publisher. Retrieved 2023-02-10. ((cite web)): |last= has generic name (help)
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