Portada Digital and Print Media Awards Winners Announced

On Thursday, October 9th, Portada held its first Digital and Print Media Awards Ceremony where pioneers in 8 categories were recognized for their outstanding work. Winners were chosen by Portada readers, who first nominated the  candidates for the awards, and then cast their votes to select the winners, who were announced at the awards dinner sponsored by Batanga.

We are pleased to announce the winners for Portada’s 2008 Digital and Print Media Awards:

Top Digital Media Professional of the Year
Juan Jose Nunez, COO, Starmedia

Top Content provider to Hispanic and Latin American Audiences
Seccion Amarilla USA L.L.C.

Top Hispanic Digital Advertising Campaign Plan and Execution
Energizer Batteries www.sigueysigue.com / Grupo Gallegos

Top Hispanic Digital Media Innovation
Bodas USA

Top Hispanic Print Advertising Campaign Plan and Execution
Washington Mutual/Ethnic Print Media Group

Top Hispanic Print Media Innovation
Al Dia---Dallas/Ft. Worth

Top Panregional Digital and Print Media Innovation
SoyEntrepreneur.com

Top Print Media Professional of the Year
Fanny Miller, President, El Latino de San Diego

Congratulations to all who were nominated and those who won. May you continue to innovate and drive the industry forward in 2009.


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