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European Digital Media Awards – shortlist announced

WAN-IFRA has announced the shortlists for the European Digital Media Awards 2015.

The European Digital Media Awards will be presented at Digital Media Europe, taking place 20-22 April in London.

The shortlist:

BEST DATA VISUALISATION PROJECT

* Which sport are you made for? by BBC News

* Compare countries with OECD Data by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and evelopment

* The Norwegian homicide project by Norwegian Broadcasting Corp

* Secret surveillance of Norway’s leaders detected by Aftenposten AS

BEST DIGITAL ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN

* Radikal by Hürriyet Gazetecilik ve Matbaacilik AS

* OMV: Bildung Braucht Innovation ("Education Needs Innovation") by Telekurier Online Medien GmbH & CoKG

* Ski(s)passjagd by Russmedia Digital GmbH

* VG Chess Championship 2014 - The Magnus Carlsen supporter sweater by Verdens Gang AS

BEST IN TABLET PUBLISHING

* Rheinische Post App by Rheinische Post Verlagsgesellschaft mbH

* Aftenposten+ by Aftenposten AS

* VG+ iPad app by Verdens Gang AS

* EPOS by Axel Springer SE (Verlagshaus Berlin)

BEST MOBILE SERVICE

* The Guardian app by Guardian News & Media

* KOMPAKT by WeltN24

* Aftenposten+ by Aftenposten AS

* BBC News website on mobile by BBC News

BEST NEWS WEBSITE

* www.svt.se/nyheter by SVT Nyheter

* www.bild.de by BILD GmbH & Co. KG

* www.theguardian.com by Guardian News & Media

* www.publico.pt by Público Comunicação Social SA

BEST NEW PRODUCT

* Sanoma Push Notification System by Sanoma Mobile Development Centre Ltd.

* minmote.no by Verdens Gang AS

* Pirate Fishing by Al Jazeera (London Office)

BEST READER ENGAGEMENT

* #kandulova ("#doyoupromiseto") by MittMedia

* BBC NHS Winter by BBC News

* Dagbladet Opinions by Dagbladet AS

* #vglista by Verdens Gang AS

BEST USE OF ONLINE VIDEO

* Generation Separation by Axel Springer Akademie

* The Unseen – Life on Berlin’s Streets by Berliner Morgenpost GmbH

* A global guide to the first world war by Guardian News & Media

* What's it like being a cat? by BBC News