The American Society of Magazine editors today unveiled the winners of its second-ever Digital Ellies awards. Conde Nast’s Epicurious took the General Excellence award for the Digital Media, Service and Lifestyle category as well as top honors in the category of Interactive Tool. Slate took the General Excellence award in the Digital Media, News and Opinion category. The awards were handed out in conjunction with the Magazine Publisher’s of America’s "MPA: Digital E-Reading" conference.

Ten other magazines took Digital Ellies, including Esquire for Best Mobile Edition, The New York Times Magazine for Best Design, Digital Media and for Best Photography.

Some smaller brands also received top honors, including Poetry magazine for Podcasting, The Oxford American for Video and Virginia Quarterly Review for Multimedia Package.

Thirty-nine titles were nominated for the 2011 Digital Ellies, including nine online-only titles such as Chow, CNET, The Daily Beast,,, Salon, Slate, Tablet magazine and Yale Environment 360.

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