VIII.(b) Print — Magazines

Posted By Spring Eselgroth

A one-page cover letter may be submitted with entries as a PDF. (To help the judges keep track of things, please style the PDF title like this: yournamecoverletter.PDF)

Submit entries as PDFs or permalink URLs.

Unless otherwise noted, entries may include up to five elements, including but not limited to stories, videos, graphics.

Group Magazines 1: Magazines with circulation up to 100,000

Group Magazines 2: Magazines with circulation above 100,000

1(b). General Excellence

Entrants will choose three issues from 2014.

Submit entries as three PDFs – one for each issue date. PDF file names should be styled with the magazine name and the issue date. For example, a General Excellence PDF from Money’s June issue should be named: money06-2014.PDF

2.(b) Investigative

In-depth, enterprise reporting that: a) presents important and necessary information that was unknown to the general readership/viewership and was unavailable from other sources before publication; b) demonstrates an obvious need for change in law/policy /behavior.

3.(b) Explanatory

In-depth reporting that presents, defines, unpacks, and simplifies a single important topic and/or news event in a way that allows the reader/listener/viewer to understand it more clearly.

4.(b) Feature

Reporting that: a) does not require a time element to be relevant; and b) demonstrates creative approaches to writing and/or presentation.

6.(b) Commentary

Reported coverage that reflects the point of view of a writer, writers and/or news organization. Category includes unsigned editorials, individual columns and blogs.

Entrants should choose their best three examples.

Enter the contest here.

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