Urbino Project 2011 Website Wins EPPY Award

Dec 1, 2011   //   by Steve Anderson   //   Awards, IEI Media in the News, Urbino, Italy  //  No Comments
Steve Anderson is the Ruth D. Bridgeforth Professor of Telecommunications in the School of Media Arts & Design at James Madison University. Prior to entering academe, Anderson was an environmental reporter and weathercaster for KCNC television, a network O&O station in Denver, Colorado. His reporting often involved in-depth examination of local and regional environmental issues and an explanation of the science behind them. He also worked as a news photographer, weathercaster and news reporter in other markets. Steve earned his Ph.D. from the University of Denver. He is ieiMedia's Program Director for Urbino, Italy.

Editor and Publisher announced EPPY Award winners at 1:30 today. Our Urbino 2011 website was a finalist. Turns out we won! The site was the top site in the category Best College/University Website: Journalistic or Documentary Report.

The EPPY™ Awards are one of the nation’s most prized and long-running honors for online content and recognize the best media-affiliated websites across 43 diverse categories.

See the complete list of winners at:
http://www.eppyawards.com/Content/Past_2011_Winners-28-.aspx

ieiMedia’s website was created in partnership with Iowa State University and James Madison University.

This a true team award combining the work of students and faculty. Congratulations again to all the students and faculty who worked on the site, including students Renee Anderson, Abigail Barefoot, Grant Bell, Kailah Bharath, Robert Boag, Genevieve Bryan, Jared Carpenter, Sarah Cumming, Kerri DeVries, Kristina Elliott, Kenneth Foo, Dorian Geiger, Olivia Gordon, Ola Mazzuca, Caroline McGraw, Mojan Nourbakhsh, Steve Odorczyk, Addie Olson, Cara Prodanovich, Jennifer Stafford, Martin Steger, Catherine Threlkeld, Cassie Thunhorst, Greg Wahler, Matt Wettengel & Yue Wu and professors Steve Anderson, Dennis Chamberlin, Doug Cumming, Bob Marshall, Ryan Parkhurst & Pawel Wyszomirski.

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