Nominees for the 2023 National Digital Journalism Award Revealed by Observatory

The Dominican Digital Media Observatory announced the nominees for the 2023 National Digital Journalism Award, an initiative supported by Banco Popular and the Punta Cana-Macao Energy Consortium (CEPM). The announcement was made by journalist Cristal Acevedo, president of the Observatory, who reported that this year the Award ceremony will be held in the Aída Bonnely Room, of the Eduardo Brito National Theater, on Tuesday, November 28 at 6:30 p.m.

late. 2022 Digital Media Award Nominees It is an initiative of the Dominican Digital Media Observatory that seeks to recognize journalistic works, digital media workers, journalists and digital media that have persisted in the search to generate #BetterContentforInternet, a fundamental objective of the Dominican Digital Media Observatory. The design of the statuettes, like last year, will be in charge of Grabo Estilo, thanks to the support of businesswoman Sulín Lantigua, owner of the company. The 2023 nominees are:

Digital journalist of the year – Joel Sardá from, Joel Suero from, Melissa Correa Corner of the newspaper, Nairobi Viloria with its digital space “I explain it to you”
Best digital native newspaper –,,,
Best digital report – “Coral reefs: marine forests under threat,” written by Massiel de Jesús Acosta from “From Carla Massiel, Liz María and Willenny: cases of girls that have shaken the DR,” written by journalist Ana Aybar from
Best innovation project in digital media – “I’ll explain it to you” by journalist Nairobi Viloria. Editorial in the voice of
Best digital media program – Doctor Controversia, Confronted, from Together as a family, by extra86net. Transform yourself, with Lolita Suárez, from
Best digital version of a printed medium – Free Diary. The new daily. Daily List. Today Newspaper

After announcing the nominees, Acevedo specified that, like every year, the “Grand National Prize for Digital Journalism” will also be awarded, which will be awarded to a journalist who has extensive experience in digital media and who has promoted the sector. For this year, that award will be named after the late veteran journalist Robert Vargas, as will be announced in the previous installment. The evaluation criteria for the National Digital Journalism Award are: quality of content, trajectory, media impact and application of digital journalism resources in the structuring of the managed platform and content.
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