minOnline announced the winners of their “Best of the Web” awards, which recognize digital achievement by magazine brands. The honorees, which were named yesterday at the New York Grand Hyatt, are as follows:
Digital Teams of the Year – The staffs of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and Glamour.com
Design – Style.com
BettyConfidential.com – Editorial Excellence
Tweeter of the Year – Martha Stewart
Integration with Print – TechWeb’s Internet Evolution site partnership with IBM
New Site – Recipe.com and TheDailyBeast.com
Microsite/Custom Website – Newsweek.com’s “20/10: The Decade in Rewind”
Twitter Usage – People.com
Best Mobile App – Time magazine
Video Series – Time‘s “Assignment Detroit”
In-Box Award (for email publishing) – Allrecipes.com, Self and Parenting, as well as b2b publishers TechWeb, EETimes and Zinio.
Digital Hall of Fame inductees and Most Engaged Media Brands for 2010 presented after the jump.
Digital Hall of Famers this year included IDG CEO Bob Carrigan, Meredith Interactive’s Lauren Wiener, Forbes Media editor Paul Maidment, Hearst’s Chuck Cordray, People‘s Mark Golin and Epicurious.com’s Tanya Wenman Steel.
Min’s Most Engaged Media Brands for 2010 are People, Farm Progress, Sporting News, Internet Evolution, Yoga Journal and Better Homes & Gardens. Entertainment Weekly received special mention as the “most engaged brand of the year.”