Dezeen’s social media editor Ross Bryant has been provided the British Society of Magazine Editors Increasing Stars award for Very best Use of Social Media.
Bryant beat teams from significant titles like Heat, Radio Occasions and Fabulous Magazine – the weekly glossy developed by The Sun newspaper.
The judges incorporated Eye Magazine editor John Walters, Central Saint Martins lecturer Cath Caldwell and BSME chair Sally Eyden, who praised Bryant for his keen information sense.
“There was genuine persona, dialogue and engagement with readers and very good clear editorial with excellent use of information produced content material,” mentioned the panel.
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The BSME Growing Stars awards aim to recognise and reward talent in every single location of magazine and digital publishing. Organisers explained that the programme had received an unprecedented amount of nominations this yr.
The awards ceremony was held in London on Monday, and was hosted by Tv presenter Stephen Mulhern. Other winners on the evening included Newsweek, Elle, Radio Occasions, Cosmopolitan and BBC TopGear.
This is the fourth award for Dezeen this 12 months, with other accolades which includes Commercial Campaign of the 12 months at the British Media Awards, Very best Material Studio at the Digiday Publishing Awards 2015, as well as a Webby People’s Voice award for technological innovation video of the 12 months.
Editor Anna Winston has also been shortlisted for Editor of the Yr (organization) at the upcoming 2015 PPA Awards, although style editor Dan Howarth is also in the working for PPA Author of the 12 months (business).