If you're making great online content, now is the time to get recognized. This year marks the 20th Annual Webby Awards—one of the biggest celebrations of the best of the internet in the world. For this hallmark year, The Webbys haveShow More Summary
A video posted by The Webby Awards (@thewebbyawards) on Jan 11, 2016 at 5:44am PST Will never forget David Bowie’s performances at the 9/11 Concert for NYC at Madison Square Garden in 2001 (opened the night with Paul Simon’s America and his own Heroes, dedicated to his local ladder company). Show More Summary
In the spring of 2016, The Webby Awards will celebrate its 20th year of honoring the best of the best brands and individuals on the internet. And for the next few days, the show is looking for entries for its upcoming event. The annual...Show More Summary
Now that we’re in the home stretch of 2015, you can expect to see end of the year lists popping up all over the Internet for the next several weeks. This Tuesday, YouTube kicked things off by partnering with The Webby Awards to select 25 nominees for the most iconic ads of 2015, and you can vote for your favorites in five separate categories. Show More Summary
The 20th Annual Webby Awards has a pretty cool call for entries campaign—featuring 20 prior Webby winners creating posters inspired by the theme "The Internet Can't Be Stopped." We highlighted several of them a few months ago (from Wieden...Show More Summary
"Around the World with Christiane Amanpour" has been named an honoree for the 2012 Webby Award for 'News and Politics' coverage. Congratulations to our fellow honorees in this important category.
The call for entries for the 20th Annual Webby Awards had to be special. So, the organizer—the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences—got 20 Webby winners to create their own versions of it, inspired by the theme "The Internet...Show More Summary
Allyson will be joining International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS), the international judging body for The Webby Awards. She joins Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, Arianna Huffington, David Bowie, and Jimmy Kimmel among many other tech visionaries and luminaries from every corner of the Internet in selecting the best of the Internet to be honored at The Webbys.
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… They'll Be Brief Right on cue, I missed the Webby Award acceptances speeches again this year. But I love 'em because they only get five words to say what they need to say (I think the orchestra starts playing 'em off after word #3). Show More Summary
If you want to be an expert in digital marketing, spend an hour talking with Anne Marie Gianutsos, head of digital for real estate powerhouse Houlihan Lawrence. In a little over a year, she's put into place a digital infrastructure that's...Show More Summary
YouTube's first 10 years have produced some great ads, and in conjunction with The Webby Awards, viewers recently got to chose their favorites.
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