Daddy’s Digest awarded Best Fatherhood Advisory Media Platform 2021

Global fatherhood and family publication wins prize from annual Media Innovator Awards.
31 August, 2021 | DD Staff
  • Daddy’s Digest awarded Best Fatherhood Advisory Media Platform 2021

TORONTO, August 31, 2021 – Global fatherhood and family publication Daddy’s Digest awarded Best Fatherhood Advisory Media Platform 2021 by annual Media Innovator Awards.

“It's wonderful to be recognized for the Media Innovator Award for Daddy's Digest,” said Zoe Share, the newly minted CEO of Daddy’s Digest, who acquired the publication in early 2021. “Fatherhood media needs to be explored and developed; I can't wait to share more of our plans and ways in which we will be helping fathers.”

Corporate Vision Magazine’s Media Innovator Awards 2021 acknowledge businesses and individuals who have excelled within the print media, broadcasting, and social media industries, particularly those businesses that have been able to create a positive and lasting impact and thrive during these rapidly changing times. Publications nominated for the award are evaluated on merit and judged on various criteria, such as innovation and client dedication, business growth, and online reputation, and will be featured in Corporate Vision’s annual winners’ magazine with a worldwide circulation of 155,000 readers.

Since its launch in April 2018, Daddy’s Digest has worked to bridge the parenting gap by creating and curating content in partnership with experts and parents the world over, with the ultimate goal of helping dads become better, smarter, more involved and emotionally intelligent fathers. With its acquisition earlier this year, the publication will continue this mission and work to expand its strategic partnerships, connecting relevant brands and companies with the publication’s growing audience of nearly one million followers. DD is honored to win the Best Fatherhood Advisory Media Platform 2021 award in support of this larger mission.


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DADDY'S DIGEST® is an online magazine, website, video and audio channel focusing on all things fatherhood and family. We explore current affairs, popular culture, human dynamics and ask the world some tough questions. DD features opinion pieces and editorials written by real dads, and creates and curates daily content, including in-depth features, personal stories and expert advice to help both men and women be better partners and parents.

Zoe Share (BA, B.Ed, MBET) is the Canadian CEO of Daddy's Digest. In partnership with DD Founder, Vickram Agarwal, she strives to leave an impact on the publication’s audience – driving change in the conversation and creating voices for all parents. Daddy's Digest operates alongside Schmooz Media, Share's values-based marketing agency. 


Corporate Vision is published monthly by AI Global Media, a B2B digital publishing group founded in 2010, with the mission to deliver insightful features from across the global corporate world. Launched with an eye towards bettering business practices across the board, Corporate Vision focuses on spotlighting advances in the HR, marketing, coaching, and recruitment spheres, and seeks to shine a light on the gatekeepers of better business, those that help build, through no small amount of creativity and expertise, to develop an altogether more productive, more efficient world of work.

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