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Digital Magazine Awards 2013 - Winners Announced

The international Digital Magazine Awards, in association with App Studio and the Dwell Agency, announced the winners of the 2013 competition at a showcase event held at the Proud Gallery in London this week.

From a field of entries spanning 41 countries and hundreds of nominations, the 2013 winners of the Digital Magazine Awards were:

• Digital Magazine of the Year: Katachi

• Magazine Cover of the Year, as voted for by the public through Guardian Masterclasses: Teradata

• Magazine Launch of the Year (New Format): Jamie Magazine

• Magazine Launch of the Year (New Title): Boyd & Bande à part Magazine de cinéma

• Children’s Magazine of the Year: Cbeebies & Timbuktu

• Customer Magazine of the Year: Morrisons

• Film, TV & Entertainment Magazine of the Year: Empire

• Fashion Magazine of the Year: Katachi

• Food and Drink Magazine of the Year: BBC Good Food

• Men’s Lifestyle Magazine of the Year: British GQ

• Women’s Lifestyle Magazine of the Year: Katachi

• Magazine Advertisement of the Year: Crash Test, Peugeot (the goodfellas)

• Magazine Website of the Year: Esquire.co.uk

• Motoring Magazine of the Year: BBC Top Gear

• Music Magazine of the Year: Clash Music

• News and Business Magazine of the Year: TLQ

• Science and Nature Magazine of the Year: Australian Geographic

• Specialist Magazine of the Year: Edge

• Sports, Health & Fitness Magazine of the Year: Men’s Health (US)

• Technology and Gadget Magazine of the Year: Swipe

• Travel Magazine of the Year: Travel & Escape

• Visual Arts Magazine of the Year: Computer Arts

• Editor of the Year: Gillian Carter – BBC Good Food

• Designer of the Year: Phil Haycraft – Edge

• Publisher/Manager of the year: Simon Carrington – BBC Top Gear

Bruce Hudson, Digital Magazine Awards' Chairman said, “Congratulations to the 2013 Digital Magazine Awards winners. We have experience record entry levels, record attendance levels and interest in this year’s awards way beyond previous years. The digital magazine industry has seen tangible signs of market growth, profitability and creative ingenuity setting it in fantastic stead for the future. I’m already looking forward in anticipation to next year’s awards to see how this burgeoning sector has progressed!”

The Digital Magazine Awards 2013 were judged by luminaries from the digital publishing industry including Madhav Chinnappa, Business Development, Google News & Magazines; Shaun Barriball, Vice President, Mobile Products, App Studio and Peter Bale, Vice President and General Manager, CNN International Digital.