The 2013 Eddie and Ozzie Awards

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The 2013 Eddie and Ozzie Awards


FOLIO:'s Eddie and Ozzie Awards are the magazine industry's largest and most prestigious contest celebrating excellence in magazine editorial and design. For more than 20 years, the Eddie and Ozzie Awards have recognized the best work across all sectors of the industry, including b-to-b, consumer, association, custom, and city and regional media, making this contest the most inclusive in the industry. The Awards span print and digital, with the Eddies honoring the best in editorial and the Ozzies the best in design. In the following pages we're happy to present you with all of the winners in their respective categories. Profiles written by FOLIO: staff.

EDDIE WINNERS

Association/Non-Profit >> B-to-B >> Full Issue

Rotary International--The Rotarian, December 2012

Association/Non-Profit >> Consumer, Frequency 6+ times a year >> Full Issue

American Craft Council--American Craft, April/May 2013

Association/Non-Profit >> B-to-B >> Single Article

National Conference of State Legislatures--State Legislatures, "Legally Green"

Association/Non-Profit >> Consumer, Frequency 6+ times a year >> Single Article

Council on Foreign Relations--Foreign Affairs, "Can America Be Fixed?"

Association/Non-Profit >> Consumer, Frequency less than 6x >> Full Issue

American Heart Association, Inc--Stroke Connection, Spring 2013

Association/Non-Profit >> Best Series of Articles

Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals

Massage & Bodywork, Jan./Feb. 2013

Consumer >> Best Series of Articles

Time Inc.--Food & Wine, "The Tasting Workout Series"

Association/Non-Profit >> Consumer, Frequency less than 6x a year >> Single Article

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center--Discoveries Magazine, "The Art of Medicine"

B-to-B >> Best Series of Articles

Scholastic--Instructor, Aug. 2012-June 2013

Content Marketing >> Best Series of Articles

Agency Fish--Colours, "The Archipelago Journal"

B-to-B >> Agriculture/Farming >> Full Issue

Meredith--Successful Farming, May 2013

B-to-B >> Banking/Business/Finance >> Full Issue

SourceMedia--Employee Benefit Adviser, May 2013

B-to-B >> Construction/Commercial/

Design/Manufacturing >> Full Issue

Hanley Wood, LLC--REMODELING, April 2013

B-to-B >> Design/Advertising/Marketing >> Full Issue

The Advertising Specialty Institute--Wearables, April/May 2013

B-to-B >> Agriculture/Farming >> Single Article

Farm Journal Media--Top Producer, "Africa In Bloom"

B-to-B >> Banking/Business/Finance >> Single Article

Source Media Inc.--Financial Planning, "529 Plans:

Untapped Potential of College Savings Plans"

B-to-B >> Construction/Commercial

Design/Manufacturing >> Single Article

Hanley Wood, LLC Builder, "We Are Joplin"

B-to-B >> Design/Advertising/Marketing >> Single Article

The Advertising Specialty Institute--Counselor, "Suitable for Children?"

B-to-B >> Energy/Utilities/Engineering >> Full Issue

Hart Energy--Midstream Business, January 2013

B-to-B >> Food Service/Hotel >> Full Issue

Journalistic, Inc.--FSR Magazine, May 2013

B-to-B >> Government/Public Sector/Education >> Full Issue

Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland--Forefront, Fall 2012

B-to-B >> Healthcare/Medical/Nursing >> Full Issue

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins--Neurology Clinical Practice, April 2013

B-to-B >> Energy/Utilities/Engineering >> Single Article

Hart Energy--FUEL, "Ethanol as a High-Performance Racing Fuel"

B-to-B >> Food Service/Hotel >> Single Article

Phoenix Media Corp. …

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