2007 Games Media Awards announced
Intent Media has announced the winners of its first-ever Games Media Awards.
Eurogamer.net won the awards for the best News, and best Reviews and Features for a games website, while Eurogamer TV's Johnny Minkley won an award for his work on Radio One, and Eurogamer's Tom Bramwell was named Best Writer in Specialist Digital Media.
GameSpot UK took home the award for best Podcast, while UK: Resistance was crowned best Non-Commercial Blog.
In the mainstream arena, BBC News Online's technology editor, Darren Waters, was best Writer on a Mainstream Website, while Steve Boxer grabbed the equivalent award for National Newspaper and Simon Munk for Lifestyle Magazine.
Meanwhile Future magazines had a good evening, taking best PlayStation, Nintendo and Xbox magazines, and former games journalist Gary Penn, whose career began in 1985, was handed the Media Legend award.
The award ceremony took place last night at the Soho Revue Bar in London, and organisers had predicted around 250 journalists and industry executives would be at the event.
The full list of winners is as follows:
Specialist Games Media (Online)
Games Website — News
Games Website — Reviews & Features
Non-Commercial Website or Blog
Winner: UK: Resistance
Writer in Specialist Digital Media
Winner: Tom Bramwell (Eurogamer.net)
Games Writer on a National Newspaper
Winner: Steve Boxer (The Guardian)
Games Writer on a Lifestyle Magazine
Winner: Simon Munk (FHM)
Games Writer on a Mainstream Website
Winner: Darren Waters (BBC)
Regional Games Column
Winner: Ewan Ross (Liverpool Echo)
Best Broadcast on Mainstream TV or Radio
Winnner: Johnny Minkley (Radio One)
Winner: Official PlayStation Magazine (Future)
Winner: Official Xbox 360 Magazine (Future)
Winner: Official Nintendo Magazine (Future)
Best Writer on a Specialist Magazine
Winner: Kieron Gillen (PC Gamer, Future)
Overall Games Magazine
Games Media Legend
Winner: Gary Penn
Eurogamer.net is published by the Eurogamer Network, also the publisher of GamesIndustry.biz.