TAG NEW MEDIA Recognized for Two Prestigious Interactive Media Awards

first_imgThe Horizon Interactive Awards, a leading international interactive media awards competition, announced the 2004 award winners. The annual competition recognizes excellence in interactive media production among firms, individuals and in-house multi-media departments.Tag New Media was recognized for their excellence in interactive media production with two Silver awards in the Flash™ Category for their latest Rossignol microsites. The microsites for Rossignol’s new Zenith skis and Soft®Light boots can be viewed at www.rossignol.com(link is external).Tag New Media (TNM) is a Web design and development studio based in Burlington, Vermont. Since 1996, TNM has focused on delivering value to their clients through thoughtfully conceived and appropriate interactive design and technology solutions – solutions that address core business objectives.”Once again, Tag New Media has done outstanding work for our brand on a global level. Though being honored by the Horizon Interactive Award for our Zenith and our Soft®Light minisites is wonderful, more importantly,” said Jeanne-Marie Gand, V.P. Communications & Advertising at Rossignol, “we feel that those minisites are actually delivering informed consumers to the stores who will be positively influenced to buy our products.”last_img read more

Liverpool girls tennis drops sectional match to CBA

first_img Tags: girls tennisliverpool A fine regular season by the Liverpool girls tennis team meant that it returned to the Section III Class A tournament – but it did not stay long.As the no. 4 seed, the Warriors were at home for Tuesday’s quarterfinal match, but it came against undefeated no. 5 seed Christian Brothers Academy, who proceeded to eliminate Liverpool in a 5-2 decision.Both of the Warriors’ points came in doubles, where Juila Schewe and Angelica Underwood rallied for a 2-6, 6-4, 10-5 win over Grace Catalano and Aubrey Mills as Diana Kozenyatko and Gabby Underwood handled Lily Geneocco and Maddie Tallman 6-2, 6-1.Elsewhere in doubles, Sheridan Bryerton and Kaia Wallingford went to three sets, but lost 6-2, 6-7, 10-5 to Sophie Schultz and Schutie Zirath as Megan Polhamus and Sarah Watkins fell to Hanna Kang and Annie Kilmartin 6-1, 7-5.CBA dominated in singles, too. Liverpool’s Kelly Geiwitz lost 6-2, 6-1, to Juila DelPino, with Olivia Magnarelli falling to Grace DelPino 6-1, 6-1 and Crystal Morgans running into Gieselle Vlassis and taking a 6-0, 6-0 loss.Moving on from this match, CBA then stunned top seed and defending champion Fayetteville-Manlius 4-3 in the semifinals, sweeping the singles and then having Geonecco and Grace Catalano win a third-set tie-breaker over Angela Iskander and Lexi Kellish for the clinching point.Starting next Tuesday, some of Liverpool’s players will start in the individual sectional tournaments, with finals set for Thursday at Oneida High School.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story last_img read more