UK Association of Online Publishers Awards Winners

Emily Bell of Guardian Online won The UK Association of Online Publishers‘s best Consumer Editor Award and David Molony of Emap Media’s won the best Business Editor Award. The Web site of the Financial Times won 2003 AOP Chairman’s Award for “proving that people will pay for valuable content,” according to AOP Chairman Bill Murray, the managing director of Haymarket Motoring Publications. Among other winners at last night’s AOP Awards banquet in London were Reuters, which won an innovation award for offering its Reuter Raw Video news service; Runner’s World UK for best site launch; Dennis Interactive’s Maxim for best integration of consumer media and IDG’s TechWorld for best integration of business media. AOP Chairman Murray’s company won the best consumer publisher award and Reed Chemical Group won the best business publisher award.