O Globo A Mais
The brazilian media giant continues to innovate - here, in tablet, introducing the simple pleasure of reading to its evening audience.
The regional press group with more titles than any other in the UK took on the challenge of creating common identities for the group while retaining the uniqueness of each brand.
The website of the popular venezuelan daily keeps the shape and tone of the paper edition, while adding the vast resources of the Internet.
The Mexican media group offers its
audience a single comprehensive app bringing together in one place all the news, information and services its readers enjoy.
O Estado de S. Paulo
One of Brazil's leading newspapers is creating a multi-media newsroom focussed on high quality content and extending its famous brand across new platforms.
This Sunday magazine from Clarín has the largest circulation of any in Argentina. Since re-launching in 1994 the paper has constantly innovated to stay number one.
Comércio da Franca
With nearly 100 years of life, the leading newspaper in the region of Franca, Brazil, bet for a profound graphic and editorial renewal to enhance the connection with the reader.
La Voz de Almería
Well aware of its role in its readers' lives, La Voz de Almería introduces full colour. Every element of this important newspaper is made more readable and better organised.
Publishing house Belo Horizonte in Brazil does not do compromise. After redesigning its
five newspapers, it moved straight to a profound reinvention of its website
The number one newspaper of Rio de Janeiro immersed itself in a process of renewal; reinforcing their values in print and extending them to new channels.
This digital edition of La Stampa's books supplement is a great example of successfully balancing quality content and the sophistication of a particular channel
La Gazzetta dello Sport.it
This Italian sport news giant never stops innovating: they systematically renew their web site and relentlessly deepen the integration between print and digital.