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Scope wins a 2010 Excellence in New Communications Award

We're pleased to share that Scope has won a 2010 Excellence in New Communication Award for blogging from the Society for New Communications Research. The Society's awards program honors individuals, corporations, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and media outlets that pioneer the use of social media and other communications technologies.

Winners in other categories include the American Red Cross with Zoetica, NetApp, Cisco Systems, SAS with KDPaine & Partners, and Survivors Connect.

The Society for New Communications Research is a nonprofit research and education foundation focused on the study of developments in new media and communications, and their effect on traditional media and business models, communications, culture and society. We sincerely thank them for this honor!

Previously: Scope wins 2010 Health and Life Medical Blog Award and
Scope named "Best New Medical Weblog" in the Medgaget Medical Weblog Awards

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