Photo Gallery: National Magazine Awards for Digital Media

Winners of the National Magazine Awards for Digital Media pose with their elephant-shaped statues, or “Ellies.”

The American Society of Magazine Editors and the Journalism School of Columbia University today announced the winners of the 2010 National Magazine Awards for Digital Media. Here are some of FishbowlNY’s photos from the event. (You can see a full list of winners here.)

More photos after the jump.

Magazine Editors’ Hall of Fame inductee and Slate founding editor Michael Kinsley: “I have been gone from Slate for seven or eight years no, so I can be completely objective about it, and frankly I am insulted by how good it is.”

Columbia Journalism School Dean Nicholas Lemann offered a humorous and, at the end, emotional introductory speech for Hall of Fame honoree Michael Kinsley.

“If you guys ate what’s in front of you, you are so screwed,” said Men’s Health Editor in Chief David Zinczenko, winner of the Interactive Tool award for his site’s “Eat This, Not That!” iPhone application.

American Society of Magazine Editors CEO Sid Holt kicked off the event.

New York‘s editor in chief Adam Moss took home two digital Ellies, one for general excellence in digital media and another for best multimedia feature or package.

Yale Environment 360 editor Roger Cohn took home the National Magazine Award for Digital Media in the “Video” category for his site’s “Leveling Appalachia: The Legacy of Mountaintop Removal Mining.”