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M&G nominated for three Bookmark awards

The annual Bookmarks awards, which recognises and rewards digital publishing and agencies, on Thursday announced the nominees for this year's awards.

The Mail & Guardian was nominated in three categories: Best Tablet Publication, Best Editorial Team and Best Publisher.

The M&G will go up against the Daily Maverick and Sarie for the Best Editorial Team prize. For Best Publisher, the M&G will compete against Burn Media, Daily Maverick and EyeWitness News, while Best Tablet Publication will be between the M&G and Coronation Corospondent.

In 2010, the M&G received two awards in the category for microsites. The M&G's special soccer World Cup site won a silver, while the tribute site to Nelson Mandela was awarded first place and a gold. Judges decided not to award a bronze, which effectively gave the M&G a clean sweep of the category. 

The award ceremony will take place at Artscape in Cape Town on November 14.

Full list of nominees.

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