Honoring 18 Web Services and 1 Outstanding Netizen

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Honoring 18 Web Services and 1 Outstanding Netizen


The Internet services of the Chicago Tribune and The Washington Post captured three categories each to lead the field in the Fifth Annual EPpy Awards competition for interactive newspapers. The awards were presented at a gala dinner event Feb. 11 at the Editor & Publisher 11th Annual Interactive Newspapers Conference and Trade Show in New Orleans.

The EPpy for Outstanding Individual Achievement was awarded to Steve Outing, the influential new-media writer and columnist.

"This year's contest demonstrates just how far the industry has come in a very short period," said Marsha Stoltman, vice president and general manager for Editor & Publisher Conferences. "The quality of this year's field was the best ever. And the winners are truly noteworthy."

The EPpy Awards are presented each year to the best of class in newspaper-sponsored and news-oriented Internet services worldwide. Nearly 400 entries were submitted in the 2000 EPpy Awards competition.

Chicagotribune.com won its awards for the Best U.S. Newspaper Online Service (Circulation Over 100,000), the Best Promotion of a Newspaper Online Service, and the Best Classified Section in a Newspaper Online Service. Washingtonpost.com was honored for the Best News Section, the Best Shopping Application, and the Best Use of Interactivity in a Newspaper Online Service.

A three-year streak by CNET as the Best Non-Newspaper Online News Service was broken by MSNBC. …

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