The founders of Wired magazine -- business and life partners Jane Metcalfe and Louis Rossetto -- received a lifetime achievement award at the Webbys this week. But rather than focus on the past, The Huffington Post caught up with them...Show More Summary
SPONSORED: See the opening monologue from host Hannibal Buress, the now-famous 5-word acceptance speeches, and special achievement to ALS Ice Bucket founder Pat Quinn.
From the team behind Kurz Gesagt (In a Nutshell), this terrific animation about Net Neutrality that premiered at last night's Webby Awards in New York City.
Hannibal Buress hosted the 19th annual Webby Awards on May 18, 2015 and the ceremony is now on YouTube. Buress kicked off the ceremony with a monologue that focused on Internet and social media trends. Videos from the show are all posted to the Webby Awards YouTube page, including five-word acceptance speeches from Denizen, CollegeHumor, and Rhett & […]
Dave Grohl, who contributed one of the more memorable videos to the avalanche of clips comprising last summer's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, honored the viral movement and one of its co-founders, Pat Quinn, at the Webby Awards Monday night. Grohl first recalled the making of his own video with the Foo Fighters, which...
During the 19th annual Webby Awards, hosted on May 18, 2015 by comedian Hannibal Buress, an “In Memoriam” reel was played that honored the death of various types of clickbait, those annoying, uninformative, and often misleading headlines that have become the scourge of the Internet in the last few years. And now a moment of […]
During a tribute to David Carr last night at the Webby Awards, CNN senior media correspondent Brian Stelter extolled the benefits of re-reading Carr’s writing. Specifically, he quoted from a piece about the Webby Awards that Carr wrote...Show More Summary
Emojis are the language of the Internet, so when we went to the Webby Awards on Monday night we had to ask some of the stars there about their favorite emojis. There are more than 700 emojis on the iPhone, but those don't always express the fullest range of human emotion. Show More Summary
Comedian Hannibal Buress skewered many popular bits of tech culture at the Webby Awards on Monday -- U2 albums on iPhones, Zach Braff's Kickstarter -- but he gave special attention to the world's favorite dating app. Tinder won the Webby...Show More Summary
Brevity is key at the annual awards show recognizing excellence on the Internet.
Less than a month after the nominees were announced, the winners of the 2015 Webby Awards have been revealed. Judges from the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences, including Conan O’Brien, Arianna Huffington, and YouTube stars and even Harvard professors, all helped choose the winners, which may or may [...]
Today, the winners of the 19th annual Webby Awards were announced. Among the winners: Jimmy Fallon, Netflix, Grumpy Cat, Funny or Die, Kid President and Twitch. Louis Rossetto and Jane Metcalfe won a lifetime achievement award for starting WIRED magazine. Show More Summary
Real estate tech's supernova, Zillow Group, nabbed awards for three of its sites at the 19th annual Webby Awards presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences: two for its flagship site, zillow.com, and one apiece for its rentals site, HotPads, and New York City portal, StreetEasy...
Zillow Group has announced that Zillow and StreetEasy received four 2015 Webby Awards from the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS), including three fan-voted People's Voice awards.
Results from the 19th Annual Webby Awards are in, and Leo Burnett Toronto scored a top honor this year, claiming the title of The Webby Agency of the Year. The title of Agency of the Year is awarded to the shop scoring the most Webby awards and nominations. Show More Summary
We’ve been named the Best Fashion And Beauty Site on the web in 2015 at the Webby Awards.
Perma.cc, a service invented by the Harvard Law School Library that helps organizations create an archive of permanent links for web citations, has won the 2015 Webby Award in the category of best law-related website.The Webby Awards...Show More Summary
The Webby Awards announced its 19th batch of winners on Monday, and among them was HuffPost Live, which took home the award for Best News and Information Channel for the third consecutive year. HuffPost Live's Alyona Minkovski spokeShow More Summary
Today, as the winners of the 2015 Webby Awards were announced, our jaws hit the floor. Between TED and TED-Ed, we won a total of 11 awards — which means we’re tied with Always’ #LikeAGirl campaign for the most Webby Awards of the year. TED.com won seven awards, for Websites: Events (both the judges’ award and the fan-voted [ … ]
The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences has selected the lucky winners of the 2015 Webby Awards from a host of nominees. The 19th annual Awards show will recognize individuals and brands, including Ellen DeGeneres andShow More Summary