Last night the winners of the Mumbrella Publish Awards 2019 were announced at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf in Sydney.
News Corp took home seven Mumbrella Publish Awards with its food website, taste.com.au, being crowned Brand of the Year. Last year’s Brand of the Year winner, Bauer Media’s Take 5, managed a highly commended in the category.
News Corp also scored awards for Magazine Cover of the Year – Consumer/Custom for Vogue Australia, Event of the Year for Vogue American Express Fashion’s Night Out 2018, Website of the Year – Consumer/Customer for news.com.au, Launch/Relaunch of the Year – Large for The Australian, Consumer Publication of the Year – Large for Stellar, and Columnist of the Year for Joe Hildebrand.
Content agency Medium Rare took home four awards including Designer of the Year for Kate Barnett, Magazine Cover of the Year – Business for Company Director, Editor of the Year – Business for Michelle Endacott, and Customer Publication of the Year for Jetstar Magazine.
Nine also won three awards for Editor of the Year for nine.com.au’s Simon King, Special Edition of the Year for The AFR and, Business Publication of the Year for The AFR.
Bauer Media’s Jane Waterhouse was named Publish Leader of the Year, while The Australian Women’s Weekly’s Genevieve Gannon was crowned Journalist of the Year.
Vice Media's Gavin Butler was named Young Writer of the Year (30 or Under), and Best Podcast went to Mamamia's, The Quicky.
Other publishing houses to score awards were Concrete Playground, Mamamia, Schwartz Media, The Squiz, Robb Report, The Law Society of NSW, Mahlab, Grin Creative, Missprint Media and Hardie Grant Media.
The full list of winners can be viewed here.