VIII.(b) Print — Magazines

Posted By 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.

Society of American Business Editors and Writers

Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication,
Arizona State University

Suite 416, 555 North Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004-1248
Phone: (602)-496-7862 Fax: (602) 496-7041


©2001 - 2015 Society of American Business Editors and Writers, Inc.