PRWeek deputy editor named Best Digital Journalist/Blogger at PRCA Digital Awards

PRWeek UK deputy editor John Harrington won the Best Digital Journalist/Blogger Award at last night's PRCA Digital Awards.

PRWeek's John Harrington, centre, with Remel London and the PRCA's Harry Gardiner
PRWeek's John Harrington, centre, with Remel London and the PRCA's Harry Gardiner

Announcing his accolade, award host Remel London, the TV and radio presenter, highlighted Harrington’s work on PRWeek projects such as the UK Power Book and the Best Places to Work Awards.

Other winners at the Awards, which took place at the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London, were:

  • Best Use of Video in a Campaign: Golin, Tiny Tickers ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Heart’
  • Best Use of Paid Media in a Campaign: W2O, Roche Alzheimer’s Awareness Day
  • Best Use of Reporting and Measurement in a Campaign: PR Agency One. Project Climb: Helping Decathlon Scale in the Online Market
  • Best Use of a Specific Platform in a Campaign: Coolr, Burger King: How we flame grilled Kanye West, our biggest arch rival and created the most-liked tweet by a brand of all time…
  • Best Use of Content Marketing in a Campaign: Hope&Glory and The Pokémon Company, Pokémon Planet
  • Best Use of Social Influencers in a Campaign: MSL UK, #BehindCarDoors
  • Best Social Media Campaign: Golin, Evian #Babydoubles
  • Best Digital Marketing Campaign: Pegasus, Skinspirational
  • Digital Agency of the Year: Coolr
  • In-house Digital Team of the Year: 72Point
  • Digital Professional of the Year Award: Alex Hackett, PLMR
  • Outstanding Contribution Award: Sarah Hall, Sarah Hall Consulting

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