Thank you to everybody who took time to nominate and vote for the Media Villain of the Year. The winner appears to have been a hugely popular choice.
Because while there has been no shortage of Media Villains through 2010, it soon became clear, once the votes started flooding in, that there was only ever going to be one, runaway winner.
And so it proved.
It was his comment that cuts within the Corporation are "delicious" that has stuck in the minds of media watchers this year, so perfectly did it betray his desire to derail the BBC in the pursuit of short-term political favour among its commercial rivals.
Cameron scooped a massive 42.5% of the vote - or more than 1,300 of the votes cast over the two days the poll was open. Second place went to toothless media watchdog the Press Complaints Commission for its unfaltering ability to turn a blind eye to almost any indiscretion among the ranks of UK journalists, while third placed was FIFA for its apparent belief that the independent media should quieten down in the face of political or commercial pressures.
The full result looked like this: