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Bloomberg Businessweek, Fast Company, Wired, WSJ are finalists in National Magazine Awards

February 24, 2022

Posted by Chris Roush

Fast Company, Bloomberg Businessweek, Wired magazine and The Wall Street Journal were named finalists in the National Magazine Awards, commonly called the Ellies.

The Journal is a finalist in the podcasting category for “The Journal,” a co-production with Gimlet Media, for three episodes of “To the Moon” — “How Much Do Islands Cost?,” “Diamond Hands” and “The Comedown.”

Wired is a finalist in the general excellence category, news, sports and entertainment.

Fast Company is a finalist in the design category for “The Most Creative People in Business 2021.”

Bloomberg Businessweek is a finalist in the public service category for three articles — “The Methane Hunters” by Zach Mider, “An Empire of Dying Wells” by Mider and Rachel Admas-Heard and “Turkmenistan’s Dirty Secret” by Aaron Clark and Matthew Campbell.

Bloomberg BusinessWeek is also a finalist in the single topic category for “The Heist” issue and in the essays and criticisms category for “How I Helped my Dad Die” by Esme Deprez.

STAT News is a finalist in the Best Service and Lifestyle Story category for “Distanced,” photographs by Bethany Mollenkof.

National Magazine Awards 2022 finalists and winners will be honored at the annual presentation of the ASME awards at Brooklyn Steel, a music venue in New York’s Williamsburg neighborhood, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5, 2022.

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