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Finalists and winners – Live from the 2012 Web Awards #webawards12

Damien Mulley's Irish Web Awards
Damien Mulley's Irish Web Awards
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With over 600 nominations in total and over 80 nominations in some categories alone (although with fewer finalists) the 2012 Realex Payments Irish Web Awards is set to be the biggest yet.  As usual Damien Mulley is overseeing events with 2FM DJ Rick O’Shea at the helm for the night.

With 25 categories and 372 nominees this year’s event promises to be “the biggest celebration of the web in Ireland.” We’ll be tweeting live the ceremony so you don’t have to miss a bit of it.

You can see a full list of the finalists on the Web Awards’ website and the #tag for the event is #webawards12.  The categories this year are;

  • Best Sports Site
  • Best Music Site – sponsored by Poll Daddy
  • Best Entertainment Website – Best Entertainment Website – Sponsored by Hosting Ireland
  • Best Arts Website
  • Best Technology Site – Sponsored by BH Consulting
  • Best New Web Application/Service – Sponsored by Noone Casey
  • Best Discussion forum – Sponsored by EURid
  • Best Government and Council Website
  • Best Education and Third Level Website
  • Best Student Web Project – Sponsored by National College of Ireland
  • An Suíomh Gaeilge is Fearr – Sponsored by Gaelport
  • Best Microsite
  • Best Financial Services Website
  • Best eCommerce / Services Website – sponsored by Wolfgang Digital
  • Best SME/Small Business Website – sponsored by CFOServices
  • Best Mobile Site – sponsored by iQ Content
  • Best Responsive Design
  • Best Practice – Sponsored by Newsletter.ie
  • Most Beautiful Website in Ireland – Sponsored by Blacknight
  • Most Useful Website in Ireland
  • Most Innovative Website – Sponsored by WhatClinic.com
  • Agency of the Year – Sponsored by Brand Social
  • The Grand Prix is announced on the night

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Piers Dillon Scott
Piers Dillon-Scott is co-editor of The Sociable and writes about stuff he finds. He likes technology, media, and using the Oxford comma (because it just makes sense).