Camp Hill, Pa., (November 14, 2012)– InsuranceNewsNet Magazine has been awarded four prestigious editorial awards at two ceremonial events held in New York City by FOLIO, the prominent voice of the magazine industry, and the 2012 Editorial & Design Awards held by min (Media Industry Newsletter), the industry's trusted source on the consumer and business-to-business magazine business since 1947. The awards recognize excellence in content and design among consumer and b2b media brands
InsuranceNewsNet’s editor-in-chief Steve Morelli accepted the min gold award for his American Injustice article (http://insurancenewsnet.com/Glenn-Neasham/INNM0312_AmericanInjustice_Morelli .pd f ) , submitted in the Investigative/Technical category for b2b magazines, as well as the gold award for the Glenn A. Neasham series of articles (http://insurancenewsnet.com/Glenn-Neasham/INN_NeashamSeriesonline%20Morelli.pdf) in the Editorial Series category, besting competing submission by national notables SUCCESS, Rodale, Inc,. SELF and Fitness magazines. The magazine was bestowed with honorable mention in two other categories, Single Article(Online),and Most Improved Publication(Editorial Print).
Entries were judged by a blue-chip panel including print media buyers, corporate marketers, publishing and marketing consultants and min staff.
FOLIO hosted the second award ceremony of the day. The annual Eddie and Ozzie Awards program is the largest awards event of its kind and honors the best in editorial (the Eddies) and design (the Ozzies) from all walks of magazine publishing. Winners across 146 categories—423 in all—were selected by nearly 300 judges for bronze, silver and gold awards from more than 2,000 submissions.
Steve Morelli accepted the program’s highest honors for in the b2b Full Issue in the Banking/Business/Finance category for InsuranceNewsNet’s June 2012 edition (http://www.insurancenewsnetmagazine.com/june12/), beating out CFO magazine. Morelli also accepted a silver Ozzie award in the B2B Best Overall Design category for InsuranceNewsNet’s July 2011 issue (http://www.insurancenewsnetmagazine.com/july11/)
These awards bring the total to 16 top honors InsuranceNewsNet Magazine has earned from the magazine publishing industry in the past year.
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