One week from today we will be raising a glass of bubbly and toasting to the winners of the 2017 INSP Awards!
We’ve been announcing all our lucky finalists over the past two weeks, and today we present you with the four internet-savvy finalists in the Best Online Presence category.
Our judging panel have selected one of these four to take the crown, and the winning street paper will be announced at the ceremony during the Global Street Paper Summit.
Each week, on Facebook, Twitter and their website, Mi Valedor post the stories and experiences of their vendors along with their selling location, and invite readers to share these stories with their friends digitally. They also invite Instagram followers to upload photos with the hashtag #MiValedor when they meet a seller, and repost these.
Nový Prostor’s Facebook profile is partly presented as a kind of street-television programme, where their editorial team, along with vendors, create unique content. One highlight is “Sunday’s Minute of Poetry”, where poets and vendors come together to talk about life and poetry on camera.
On Facebook, Scarp de’ tenis post regular videos of their directors and journalists discussing some of the main stories of each edition. Through these videos, Scarp have essentially opened their editorial meetings to the public so they better understand the process of producing each issue.
The Contributor launched a redesigned website in November 2016 to better serve its customers and showcase its compelling content. One important addition was an interactive vendor map, featuring photo icons that indicate where many of The Contributor’s 300 vendors sell. Under each news article, buttons prompt readers to share articles on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms.