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Women Love Tech Is A Finalist: 2019 Samsung IT Journalism Awards, The Lizzies

We’re excited to announce that Women Love Tech is a finalist for not one but three awards at this years’ Samsung IT Journalism Awards – also known as The Lizzies.

​The Samsung IT Journalism Awards are the technology media’s highest honour, recognising the best technology journalism and media in Australia and New Zealand.

Shaneez Johnston, Samsung’s Head of Corporate Affairs and Social Media said that Samsung is happy to offer its support to Australia’s IT media and journalism community via the Awards.

“Samsung is proud to help support excellence in technology media and journalism. We value the role that technology media play and we look forward to sharing this fabulous night of recognition with them,” Johnston said.

Awards 2014

Best Business Coverage

ARN Online, Australian Financial Review, BIT, CIO, Computerworld Australia, CRN.com.au, IOT Hub, Junkee, Lifehacker Australia, The Australian, Which-50, *Women Love Tech

Best Consumer Technology Coverage

APC Magazine, Australian Financial Review, CNET, Film Video & Virtual Reality, EFTM.com, Finder, Gizmodo Australia, Junkee, Lawson Media (Moonshot), Lifehacker Australia, PC World Australia, Pickr, Swipe (Your Money), The Australian, The Gadget Grill, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Today Show, Nine Network, Vertical Hold: Behind The Tech News, WhistleOut, *WomenLoveTech.com

Best Reviewer

Alex Choros

Alex Kidman

Djuro Sen

Fergus Halliday

Jacqui Dent

John Davidson

Joseph Hanlon

Leigh :) Stark

Nick Broughall

Roma Christian

Simon Sharwood

*Sneha Khale – Women Love Tech

Awards Night

The awards night will take place on Friday March 22nd at Sydney’s iconic Luna Park. Wish us luck!

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https://www.thelizzies.com/

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Written by Women Love Tech

Women Love Tech is an award-winning lifestyle technology site. Discover the best smartphones, latest apps, cool gadgets, social media, emerging tech and news. Be inspired by our regular profiles of women in tech as we continue with our mission to promote women in STEM and to make technology easy and fun!

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