Runet Prize

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Runet Prize (Russian: Премия Рунета) is the national award of the Russian Federation. Its founder is Russian governmental agency FAPMC which oversees country's mass media.

First awarded in 2004, the prize honors top Russian language (mainly Russia-based) websites in several categories.

In November 2006 and 2007 a Runet Prize in the category "Science and education" was awarded to the Russian language version of Wikipedia.[1]

Runet is a portmanteau of the words "Russia" and "Internet".

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Winners

2008

State and Society

  • Website of the «Euronetwork (Russian: Евросеть)» Company Charity Fund (www.euroset.ru)
  • Information and news portal «KP.ru» (www.kp.ru)
  • Information and Public Relations Administration of the Moscow Central Internal Affairs Directorate and the project «Petrovka38.ru» (www.petrovka38.ru)
  • Special nomination: Portal «GAI.ru» (www.gai.ru)

Culture and Mass Communications

Science and Education

Economics and Business

Health and Recreation

Technologies and Innovations

Runet outside RU

People’s Ten

  1. Social network Odnoklassniki.ru (www.odnoklassniki.ru)
  2. Entertaining Runet quotes website (www.bash.org.ru)
  3. UcoZ Web-Services (www.ucoz.ru)
  4. E-mail service Mail.ru (www.mail.ru)
  5. National torrent tracker (www.torrents.ru)
  6. Google.ru (www.google.ru)
  7. Yandex.ru (www.yandex.ru)
  8. MMORPG Game «Legend: Dragon Heritage (Russian: Легенда: Наследие Драконов) (www.dwar.ru)
  9. Russian Wikipedia (ru.wikipedia.org)
  10. Online game 11x11 (www.11x11.ru)

References

External links

pt:Prêmio Runet

ru:Премия Рунета es:Premio Runet

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