Comments on the NZ Internet Awards story has prompted an investigation of the Onyas, the other web industry awards. The Onyas have 11 categories, focusing on web application as well as design and content. The awards are produced by the good folk at Webstock, who help people improve their websites with blogs, talks and other events.
Webstock has chosen nine industry whizzes to judge the entries. Get their vital stats and your entry form on the Onya website.
Entries close in November and the awards will be held on 19 February 2010. You gotta be in to win.
Paperboy will not be hitting the streets as expected at the end of January after Bauer announced it will cease publication of the magazine under its current print model. In wake of the news, we speak to media leaders to hear their thoughts on the magazine and its distribution model.