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The annual digital-media awards will be held in June in New York. Until then, there's a whole lot else going on to distract us.
The annual ceremony for honoring the best of the Web now features more celebrities, fewer five-word acceptance speeches, and just as much Hollywood-inspired glitz. At this point, does the Internet need to broadcast its importance with an awards show?
Annual "Oscars of the Internet" give nods to comedic pundit, Michel Gondry, and the Black Eyed Peas' Will.i.am, in addition to tech properties ranging from Apple to Zillow.
The digital divisions of The New York Times and NBC have the most nominations for the annual online media awards presented in New York.
Amazon may be plotting a way around Apple's new rules on subscriptions and in-app purchases for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users, involving a mobile web Kindle e-reader service.
Winners of the annual digital-media awards are limited to five words for their acceptance speeches. Here are the ones worth reading.