Biz magazines nominated for awards
The American Society of Magazine Editors announced the finalists for the National Magazine Awards, considered the Pulitzer Prizes for the mag industry, and named a number of business magazines for potential prizes.
Here are the biz glossies up for awards:
1. Harvard Business Review is a finalist in the general excellence category for magazines with a subscription base between 100,000 and 250,000 for its March, September and December issues;
2. Fortune is a finalist in general excellence for magazines between 1 million and 2 million subscriptions for its Sept. 19, Oct. 17 and Nov. 28 issues;
3. Wired magazine is a finalist in the general excellence category for magazines with circulation between 500,000 and 1 million for its July, November and December issues.
4. Inc. magazine is a finalist in the columns and commentary category for Street Smarts, by Norm Brodsky, right, “Subcontracting Made Easy,” February; “Why the Union Canâ€™t Win,” March; “Let the (Political) Games Begin,” June;
5. CNET.com is a finalist for the online magazine category.
BusinessWeek, which under editor Steve Shepard was annually a finalist in a category if not for general excellence, did not receive any nominations.
Review all of the finalists here.