The Forward Wins Prestigious 2007 WebAward For

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Published September 17, 2007.

The Forward, America’s most influential Jewish weekly newspaper, won a prestigious 2007 WebAward for “Best Newspaper Website” from the Web Marketing Association (WMA) for its online news and information Web site, TheJewishDailyForward.com (www.forward.com). WebAwards honor the achievements of the Internet’s top websites and are given annually by the Web Marketing Association, an independent organization created to formally recognize the best sites in 96 industry categories. Each site is evaluated on the basis of design, innovation, content, technology, interactivity, copywriting and ease of use. The highest score in each group wins best Web site of that industry.

New York, NY (PRWEB) September 18, 2007 – The Forward, America’s most influential Jewish weekly newspaper, has won a prestigious 2007 WebAward for “Best Newspaper Website” from the Web Marketing Association (WMA) for its online news and information Web site, TheJewishDailyForward.com (www.forward.com). Judges noted that the Forward’s site exhibited “excellent balance between content and functionality.”

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