Vote for JAZZ in the 2016 Webby Awards!


Help us take home a Webby!

News | Apr, 6th 2016

Want to vote for something that'll make you feel good?

We're proud to announce that Jazz at Lincoln Center has been nominated for a 2016 Webby Award for best Cultural Blog/Website. We were also named as an honoree for Online Film and Video for our “A Night in the Life” web series.

Now we just need your vote to push us over the top!

Called the “Internet’s highest honor” by The New York Times, the Webby Awards are handed out by the the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS). We're honored to be nominated, just as we're grateful for readers like you who have read our posts, watched our videos, and joined the digital conversation around jazz.

This award gives us an opportunity to show the digital world just how much jazz matters—and during Jazz Appreciation Month, too! It only takes a minute. Please head over to jazz.org/webbys and vote before April 22nd to make your voice heard. 

Thanks for supporting us, for reading us, and for helping jazz evolve into the 21st century!


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