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AOL: Endgagdet.com Wins An EPpy

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May 2009

Engadget.com has received an EPpy Award for being the Best Consumer Technology Blog at the 14th Annual EPpy Awards Luncheon.

The award, sponsored by Editor & Publisher and MediaWeek, recognizes the best media-affiliated websites. Engadget is the most visited technology blog in the U.S. and is part of AOL’s MediaGlow publishing group.

The Engadget network, which also includes EngadgetMobile.com and EngadgetHD.com, attracts more than 5.5 million monthly unique visitors and 23 million page views worldwide each month, according to March 2009 comScore Media Metrix data.

“We are honored Engadget.com is being recognized for its leading coverage in the consumer electronics space,” said Marty Moe, Senior Vice President, AOL’s MediaGlow.

“Engadget’s cutting-edge news and commentary provides useful, interactive and engaging information for consumers as they navigate through the extensive personal technology landscape.”

Engadget is a Web magazine with obsessive daily coverage of everything new in gadgets and consumer electronics. It features up-to-the-minute product and industry updates for the tech-savvy consumer. Posts cover all kinds of digital hardware, from cameras to phones, as well as industry events and company news. Engadget remains at the forefront of the lightning-fast technology news cycle, and is a leading resource for breaking news about products and services that early adopters love.


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