India's best digital work honoured with DMAs

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Top Indian publishers including The Hindu, ABP and Malayala Manorama are again among the winners of WAN-Ifra's South Asian Digital Media Awards.

Twenty judges from around the world evaluated entries, with winners to be honoured at the Digital Media India conference next March.

The awards recognise news publishers which have adopted digital media and mobile strategies as part of their total product offering to meet the major challenges in how people consume news and information today.

"When it comes to success in digital news publishing, innovation, on top of quality content, is the key," said Magdoom Mohamed, managing director of WAN-Ifra South Asia, " and this was what was reflected in the winning entries."

The South Asian Digital Media Awards are presented in ten different categories, with winners to be presented trophies and honoured virtually at Digital Media India 2021 on March 2-4.

Winners of the regional awards compete for the World Digital Media Awards, competing with other winners from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and North America, with world award winners to be announced next year.

THE 2020 WINNERS ARE:

News Website or Mobile Service
Gold: Manoramaonline.com, Malayala Manorama Co
Silver: NDTV.com, NDTV Convergence
Bronze: The Telegraph, ABP

Data Visualisation
Gold: The Federal
Silver: NDTV Convergence
Bronze: BBC News
Bronze: The Mathrubhumi Printing & Publishing Co

Audience Engagement
Gold: ABP Pvt.
Silver: The Quint
Silver: The Hindu
Bronze: The Daily Star

Lifestyle, Sports, Entertainment Website or Mobile Services
Gold: The Hindu
Silver: NDTV Convergence

Best Marketing Campaign for News Brand
Gold: ABP Pvt

Native Advertising/Branded Content Campaign
Gold: The Hindu
Silver: M M Publications Limited (Vanitha)
Bronze: The Quint

Best Paid Content Strategy (incl. pay wall, membership or crowd funding models)
Gold: BQ Blue -BloombergQuint (Quintillion Business Media)
Silver: The Hindu

Best Project for News Literacy
Gold: TV18 Broadcast Limited
Silver: TV18 Broadcast Limited
Bronze: ETV Bharat

Best Special Project for COVID-19
Gold: The Daily Star
Silver: People's Archive of Rural India
Bronze: People Like Us Create (Pluc)

Best Use of Online Video (including VR)
Gold: BBC News
Silver: People Like Us Create (Pluc)
Bronze: Faye D'Souza

Pictured: Malayala Manorama adds a 2020 South Asia DMA win to the INMA award it won last year; The Federal was honoured for data visualisation

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