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3 July 2007

New Media Awards 2007 Finalists

We are pleased to unveil the finalists for this year's New Media Awards in association with Atos Ori

By Staff Blogger


This award will go to the body or project that has made the most significant contribution to education through the use of new media technology.
Create-a-scape by Futurelab
Elgg OS
The Open University


This award will go to the individual or organisation that has most effectively influenced opinions and behaviour through the use of new media technology.
Intelligent Giving
Oxjam (Oxfam)
Stop the Traffik

Modernising Government

This award will go to the most innovative use of new media technology to improve and modernise services at any level of government.
MySociety: NeighbourhoodFixIt
No. 10 Downing Street Petitions

Elected Representative

This award will go to the elected representative who best uses new media technology to communicate with the electorate.
Cllr Andrew Burns
David Cameron MP
Ed Miliband MP
Jo Swinson MP

Young Innovator

This award recognises the impact of young innovators in our society. The winner will be involved with new media innovations that improve public life or contribute to civic society. They could have contributed to, created or run a project. These may include websites, blogs, online radio or any other new media project.
Jag Singh
James Wheare
Mike Rouse

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Contribution to Civic Society

This award will go to the project that best uses new media technology to contribute to civic society.
18 Doughty Street
MySociety – Neighbourhood Fix It
No. 10 Downing Street Petitions
The Open Innovation Exchange

Information & Openness

This award will go to the individual or organisation that best uses new media technology to provide an alternative, informative voice enhancing democratic debate.
FSA’s chief scientists blog (Dr Andrew Wadge)
Intelligent Giving
Planning Alerts
The Government Says

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