'01 Awards

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'01 Awards


We called on editors, designers and circulators across the magazine industry to stand up and be judged on their brightest ideas, most creative works, and trendsetting styles. They did not disappoint. Folio:'s 2001 awards program received more than 2,500 entries--a record-breaking number. The Editorial Excellence Awards, in particular, drew 55 percent more entrants than last year. And needing the advice of our judges, we expanded the Ozzie Awards to include two new categories this year: best use of black-and-white photography in a feature and best media kit.

Editorial Excellence, Ozzie and CDMA finalists were honored during the Folio: Show in New York City held in late October. On the following pages we show case the Gold Winners and offer observations from out judges that spotlight why a particular title won. It's evident that the talent at work here is shaping and advancing the standards of the entire industry. Kudos to the winners.--The Folio: Staff

EDITORIAL EXCELLENCE JUDGES

David Appell, Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel

John Brady, Brady & Paul Communications

Michael Callahan, Redbook

Robert Casey, Bloomberg Wealth Manager

Nancy Clark, Family Circle

Scott Collins. Cable World

Betsy Cummings. Sales & Marketing Management

Robert DeMarzo, VAR Business

Erin Egan, Sports Illustrated for Kids

Sean Fulton, GCN Publishing

Dina Can, aMagazine

Kate Greer, Southern Progress

Andy Hagg, Witter Publishing

Debbie Hamrick, Ball Publishing

Vernon Henry, Advanstar Communications

David Hunter, Chemical Week

Samir Husni, University of Mississippi

Patrick Hyland. LP/Gas Magazine

Scott Jaschik, The Chronicle of Higher Education

Serena Kim, Vibe

Gretchen Kirby, PrintMedia and BookTech

Susan Kittenplan, Glamour

Sharon Korbeck, Krause Publications

Teddi Laurin, Laurin Publishing Company

Amy Leibrock, Art Business News

Rieva Lesonsky, Entrepreneur Media

Cheryll Linthicum, Syllabus

Christopher McMurry, McMurry Publishing

Ralph Monti, Special Interest Media

Seema Nayyar, American Demographics

Deborah Paul, Emmis Publishing

David Salierno, Internal Auditor

Laurie Sanders, American Fruit Grower

Jonathan Scott, Oxford Publishing

Richard Service, Business & Health

Lisa Shaheen, Pest Control

Joel Stein, Time

Janice Tuchman, ENR

Richard Turner, The Industry Standard

Danica Vasos, EXPO

Dave Versical, Automotive News

Ed Wasserman, Media Central

Slaton White, Field & Stream

Steve Wilson, Freelance Writer

OZZIE JUDGES

Traci Anfuso Young, Rodale

Robert Ayers, Ayers/Johanek Publication Design

Florian Bachleda, Vibe

Debra Bates-Schrott, Rabil & Bates

Robert Baumeister, Refined Sight

Heath Brockwell, Fitness

Joseph Broda, New Jersey Monthly

Paul Carlos, Pure and Applied

Darren Ching, Photo District News

Scott Dadich, Texas Monthly

Miranda Dempster, Interior Design

Mary Jane Fahey, MJF Design

Andrea Fella, The New York Times Magazine

Jose Fernandez, Yahoo! Internet Life

Tony Ficke, Adams Business Media

Jane Firor, Wickham & Associates

Deborah Freligh, Image Hunter Publishing

Chris Garcia, Popular Science

Ann Giunta, Media Central

Scott Gormley, Interactive Week

Kim Hoang, Media Central

John Johanek, Ayers/Johanek Publication Design

Alissa Levin, Point 5 Design

Julie Maher, Wildlife Conservation

Tom Medsger, Canon Communications

Jane Ottenberg, The Magazine Group

Donald Partyka, American Heritage

Joanne Persico, GCN Publishing

Patrick Prince, Internet World

Jeffrey Salcito, Derails

Dan Segal, Cambridge Prepress

Helene Silverman, Helene Silverman Design

Lee Steele, Cable World

CDMA JUDGES

Sara DeCarlo, Ziff Davis Media

Maurice Persiani, McGraw-Hill Companies

Dan Capell, "Capell's Circulation Report"

Stuart Jordan, Media Central

12TH ANNUAL EDITORIAL EXCELLENCE AWARDS

Recognizing magazines in all categories--trade, consumer, association
and online--that best fulfill their own mission statements. 

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