The inaugural 2011 Social Media Awards held in Dublin's Mansion House last night have passed with only a few minor hiccups! We published the full list of winners late last night - now, here are some photos we took at the event.
The finalists of the Bord Gáis sponsored Social Media Awards have been announced. Over one hundred Irish companies and organisations in seventeen categories will descend upon the Mansion House on Dublin’s Dawson Street this Thursday, May 26, for the inaugural awards event.
While the announcement of the death of the Irish Blog Awards last week in Belfast may have disappointed some, the birth of a new Irish awards ceremony again headed by Damien Mulley, the Irish Social Media Awards, will delight thousands of businesses and organisations throughout Ireland. And yes, this is Project X!.
The sixth annual Irish Blog Awards are almost upon us and we’ll be there to cover the proceedings in full. Starting this afternoon we’ll be live blogging and tweeting during the build-up, and throughout, the awards ceremony.
CNN announced the nominations for its first awards programme to honour citizen reporters and participatory journalists, the iReport Awards, today. CNN’s iReport Awards, to be held in early March, will be given to CNN iReporters who have produced “the best examples of participatory journalism in 2010.”
Congratulations to all those who won at last night’s Eircom Spiders in the Burlington Hotel, Dublin. Fota Wildlife scooped the prestigious Grand Prix, as well as winning the Best Travel and Tourism Website award.
Congratulations to all those you won at The Appys awards last night in the Gibson Hotel, Dublin. The Appys is a new award ceremony that celebrates the innovation and creativity in the app development industry, and rewards their creators and developers.