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Eppy Award Logo Since 1996, the EPpy Awards have honored the best new media services from the newspaper industry. In 2003, the awards were expanded for the first time to honor the best work in the online field by media outlets, including newspapers, radio, and broadcast/cable TV. Each year, an independent panel of industry experts selects the top examples of interactive services in a variety of categories. The awards are cosponsored by E&P; and Mediaweek magazines.

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1996-2003 Past EPpy Awards Coverage

2003 Awards
COMPLETE LIST OF EPpy WINNERS
2002 Awards
COMPLETE LIST OF EPpy WINNERS
2001 Awards
WASHINGTONPOST.com WINS 5 EPPY AWARDS
INDIVIDUAL EPPY AWARDED TO YELVINGTON
2000 Awards
CHICAGO TRIB, WASH POST WIN BIG IN EPpy AWARDS
COMPLETE LIST OF EPpy WINNERS
EPpy WINNERS: WHAT THE JUDGES SAID
EPpy JUDGES' BIOS
1999 Awards
WASHINGTONPOST.COM DOMINATES EPPY AWARDS
JENNEWEIN WINS FIRST INDIVIDUAL EPPY
WASHINGTONPOST.COM LEADS ALL NEWSPAPERS WITH SEVEN ENTRIES AMONG 1999 EPPY FINALISTS
1998 Awards
CHICAGO TRIBUNE WINS 3 TOP HONORS IN WORLD'S BEST ONLINE NEWSPAPER AWARDS
1997 Awards
NEW YORK TIMES WINS TWO TOP HONORS IN WORLD'S BEST ONLINE NEWSPAPER SERVICES AWARDS
INTERNATIONAL PANEL OF JUDGES FOR THE E&P BEST ONLINE NEWSPAPER SERVICES AWARDS
1996 Awards
1996'S BEST ONLINE NEWSPAPER SERVICES

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