Trinity Mirror Regionals has been nominated in the Best Commentary category, for Liverpool-based blog Dale Street Associates, and in Best Design for Wales Online.
The Argus makes it onto the shortlist for Best Use of Social Media, as well as being one of 11 nominees for Best Regional News Site.
Newsquest South West London wins two nominations, one for Best Commercial Innovation and another for Best Technical Innovation.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony at the Emirates Stadium in London on Thursday 21 June.
Chairman of the judges Gordon Young said: “This year’s nominations truly reflect the rapid development and investment in the online side of the newspaper publishing business. They provide strong evidence that publishers are really beginning to understand the online dynamic.”
“The standard and variety of entries has been extremely high and this has ensured a high octane shortlist. Our judges really have had their work cut out in terms of deciding who will pick up the prestigious awards in June.”
The full list of nominees can be viewed at www.onlinemediaawards.net/nominations. Below are a selection of the categories involving regional press entrants.
Channel 4 News, for FactCheck
The Huffington Post UK
Trinity Mirror Regionals, for Dale Street Associates
Best Commercial Innovation
Newsquest South West London, for School Correspondents
Best Designed site
The Sunday Times
Thomson Reuters Foundation, for AlertNet – The World’s Humanitarian News Site
The Times, for The Times iPad app
Trinity Mirror Regionals, for WalesOnline
Best Local/Regional News Site
Manchester Evening News
Northcliffe Digital for www.thisiscornwall.co.uk
Best Technical Innovation
The Guardian, for iPad edition
Financial Times, for FT web app
Newsquest South West London, for Croydon Guardian e-Xtra
The Times, for The Times Word Nerd
Best Use of Social Media
AOL Huffington Post Media Group
South Wales Argus