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Liberian Social Media Awards (LSMA) Winners 2013

Liberia has finally caught on with the social media revolution and we think it is about time tha...t we honor the brands and persons who are doing a fabulous job at it. The Social Media Awards will allow the Liberian online community to nominate, vote for and award the bloggers, journalists, content creators, community managers, public personas, users of social media and celebrities for their efforts in communication and online creation.
Best Facebook page
Winner: Liberian Star View
Runner-up: Hints News Network
Best Online Promoter:
Winner: Jimmie Rahain Z York
Runner-up: Mapillar Dahn
Best Online Pastor:
Winner: Rev Philip Blamo
Runner-up: Priest Philip W. Tickey
Best Online Activist:
Winner: Rev Philip Blamo
Runner-up: Joe Gbalah
Best Online Radio Personality:
Winner: Best Garlo
Runner-up: Maya Atta
Best Online Radio Station:
Winner: Radio Lib
Runner-up: New Liberia FM
Best Social Media Group:
Winner: Discussing Liberia
Runner-up: The DD Center of Intellectual
Best Graphic Designer:
Winner: Lincoln Ward
Runner-up: Designs by Mapillar
Best Blogger:
Winner: Berenice Mulubah
Runner-up: TMZ Liberia blog
Best Liberian Website:
Winner: IRep Lib
Runner-up: TLC Africa
Best Liberian Site for news-led Journalism:
Winner: Hint News
Runner-up: Radio Afric Media Network
Outstanding Online Advertisement:
Winner: FFP
Runner-up: Carmel Cakes and Treats
Best Online Artist Interaction:
Winner: Munnah Nagbe LR
Runner-up: Robert BlackDiamond
Best Online Video:
Winner: Pot Not Boiling
Runner-up: Munnah
Best Online TV Station:
Winner: Star Nation
Runner-up: N/A


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