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PinkNews, Beano Studios, CNN, The Evening Standard :The Drum Online Media Awards 2019 winners

PinkNews, The Beano, CNN, Evening Standard :The Drum Online Media Awards 2019 winners

The Drum Online Media Awards 2019 took place last night (30 April) at the London Marriott Grosvenor Square Hotel.

This worldwide awards scheme identifies the most innovative, engaging and stand-out news and views from across the globe and this year saw the likes of the BBC, Channel Four, Politico, the Evening Standard and The Guardian take home the coveted Drum gong.

Check out some of the outstanding winners below.

Specialist News Site

Winner: PinkNews

Best Sports News Site

Winner: Guardian News and Media

Best Commentary/Blogging

Winner: Politico London Playbook by Jack Blanchard

Breaking News Story of the Year

Winner: ITV News Central for Leicester Hellicopter Crash

Editorial Campaign of the Year

Winner: Evening Standard

Best Campaigning / Investigative Journalism

Winner: Channel Four for Data, Democracy and Dirty Tricks

Winner: Guardian News and Medai for Windrush Campaign

B2C Brand of the Year

Winner: Beano Studios

Best Use of Crowd Sourcing or Citizen Journalism

Winner: Guardian News and Media

National News Site of the Year

Winner: Evening Standard

Best Lifestyle/Leisure News Site

Winner: Evening Standard

Winner: CNN

Best Local/Regional News Site

Winner: Belfast Telegraph

Best Site for News-led Journalism

Winner: Huff Post UK

Register your interest for 2020 now.

These awards were supported by the Press Association and Winmo.

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