On Wednesday, February 7, the Petlja Foundation was awarded the PC Press Magazine Award for the best Serbian portal in the category Education and Culture for 2017.
On Wednesday, February 7, in the Belgrade City Hall, the Petlja Foundation received the PC Press Magazine Award for the best Serbian portal in the category Education and Culture for 2017. Nebojša Vasiljević, Foundation’s Director, received the award on behalf of the Petlja Foundation.
PC Press organised for 21st time, the award ceremony for the “Top 50 Best Things on the Internet” awards in the Belgrade City Hall. The recognition of this prestigious magazine is awarded to national web sites, social media presence, and mobile phone apps, which marked the previous year.
The award is given in the following categories: News and Media, Business and Social Services, Emarket, Education and Culture, Home and Entertainment, Sports and (Adven)Tourism, Social Networks, Digital Life, Mobile Applications and Special Awards.
Portal petlja.org was named the winner in the Education and Culture category. Other nominees in this category were the Gallery of Matica Srpska, Yugoslav Film Archive, Serbia’s Journey through Centuries (Prehistory), and the World of Science.
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