NPR and Minnesota Public Radio win EPPY Awards for websites

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NPR took four honors, and Minnesota Public Radio received one, in the 16th annual EPPY Awards, announced Wednesday (Nov. 30) by Editor & Publisher. The international awards recognize the best media-affilated websites in 43 categories. NPR.org won for journalism website with more than 1 million unique monthly visitors. NPR’s “Wanna Live Forever? Become A Noun” by Adam Cole and Robert Krulwich on Morning Edition also was awarded best animation on a website with more than 1 million unique monthly visitors. The enterprise/investigative video with more than 1 million unique monthly visitors was went to NPR for “Brain Wars: How The Military Is Failing Its Wounded”, an investigation with ProPublica. And NPR’s Monkey See won for entertainment blog with 250,000 to 1 million unique monthly visitors. Minnesota Public Radio News scored for local radio-affiliated website with 250,000 to 1 million unique monthly visitors. Here’s a complete list of winners.