Nominate Killer Digital Efforts In This Year's Lovie Awards

By Kat Hannaford on at

The Lovie Awards is Europe's answer to the Webbys, which you've probably heard of because it's an American juggernaut of a competition, but also, because of this. (Collective "aww," please.) Now, then. Isn't it about time you nominate a digital project you were involved in, in oooh...the next eight hours, before the deadline guillotine slams down for another year?

The Lovies are open to entries in English, French, Spanish, Italian and German, and recognises digital efforts in the forms of websites, online advertising, internet video, mobile and apps, and social media.

Judged by an amazing roll-call of people who know their digital dreams from their digital disasters (such as Stephen Fry; BBC iPlayer-turned-Zeebox founder Anthony Rose, and WIRED UK editor David Rowan - oh, and someone called Kat Hannaford from a site called Gizmodo UK), I'd suggest you ready your entries quicksmart. Good luck! [The Lovie Awards]