And the Vloggies Winners are…

November 6th, 2006 |
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We’re really happy to post the official list of The Vloggies winners announced on Saturday night. Many congratulations to Alive in Baghdad, which won six awards including Favorite Vlog, Favorite Group Blog, Favorite Political Vlog, and Favorite Interview Vlog. Alive in Baghdad also won the People’s Choice Award for Best Group Vlog and Most Controversial Vlog. If you don’t already know, Alive in Baghdad was created by American and Iraqi news correspondents to show interviews with Iraqis, daily life in Iraq and short news segments. Brian Conley was there to accept the awards. Along with the recognition came a prize from Intel — a Core 2 Duo laptop. Ask a Ninja took home four awards, including the People’s Choice Award for Best Vlog, and Galacticast was another broad winner with five awards.

Congratulations to all 600+ nominees, and thanks to everyone who helped to craft the first annual Vloggies. Special thanks again to our sponsors, all of whom contributed to making The Vloggies happen: Yahoo! Video, Intel, blip.tv, Dabble, GUBA, Intel, Revver, Pandora, and WebEx. We look forward to working with the community to continue supporting videobloggers and showcasing their work. And we can’t wait to see what next year will bring…

Thanks to Scott Beale / Laughing Squid for the photo.

Here’s the full list of People’s Choice winners:

Best Vlog – Ask a Ninja

Male Vlogger – Josh Wolf

Female Vlogger – Nontourage

Group – Alive in Baghdad

Corporate / Organisation – NetSquared

Comedy – Ask a Ninja

Community – Minnesota Stories

Instructional / Educational – Wine Library TV

Entertainment (Fiction) – Galacticast

Entertainment (Non-Fiction) – Beach Walks with Rox

Experimental – 90 Seconds with Dave

Inspirational, Religious, Spiritual – Beach Walks with Rox

Kids & Teens – Phil Hamilton Hits the Big Time

Cooking – Wine Library TV

Green – Freshtopia

News – Goodnight Burbank

Personal Diary – Josh Leo’s Vlog

Political – Ze Frank

Tech – Diggnation

Travel – Amanda Across America

Viral – Invisible Engine and The Singing Woodchuck

Funniest – Ask a Ninja

Collaboration – Node 666 Project

Documentary – Freetime

Experimental Video – 90 Seconds with Dave

Interview – Geek Entertainment TV

Most Controversial – Alive in Baghdad

Original Music – Nontourage

Special Effects – Galacticast

Vlog Editing – Freshtopia

Vlogging Books – Secrets of Vlogging

Video Hosting Provider – blip.tv

Online Video Production Tool – videos Playing in Places

Vlog Directory – MeFeedia

Vlog Website Design – Galacticast

Vloggies Favorite Award Winners

Best Vlog – Alive in Baghdad

Male Vlogger – Ze Frank

Female Vlogger – Ryanne Hodson

Group – Alive in Baghdad

Corporate / Organisation – NetSquared

Comedy – Ask a Ninja

Community – Minnesota Stories

Instructional / Educational – Freevlog

Entertainment (Fiction) – Chasing Windmills

Entertainment (Non-Fiction) – LoFi St Louis

Experimental – pouringdown TV

Inspirational, Religious, Spiritual – Beach Walks with Rox

Kids & Teens – Jet Set Show

Cooking – Freshtopia

Green – Treehugger TV

News – Rocketboom

Personal Diary – Josh Leo

Political – Alive in Baghdad

Tech – Bleeding Edge TV

Travel – Travelvlog

Viral – Singing WoodChuck

Funniest – Ask a Ninja: Pirates of the Carribean

Collaboration – Bottom Union

Documentary – American King

Experimental Video – pouringdown TV

Interview – Alive in Baghdad

Most Controversial – Josh Wolf

Original Music – Valdezatron

Special Effects – Galacticast

Vlog Editing – StutterFrames by Jay Dedman

Vlogging Books – Secrets of Vlogging

Video Hosting Provider – blip.tv

Online Video Production Tool – videos Playing in Places

Vlog Directory – MeFeedia

Vlog Website Design – It’s JerryTime

The Vloggervangelist Award

The Vloggervangelist award is a special award given from the PodTech Vloggies planning committee to a vlogosphere activist who has done an extraordinary job promoting the vlogging medium. This award was not selected by judges or viewers, rather the vlogosphere people who have worked closely with PodTech and would like to recognize one person at each annual Vloggies event for their tireless work in helping people build and establish their vlogs! The First Annual Vloggervangelist Award Winner is Michael Verdi and for all of his work on NODE101.

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