Consumer Reports, HBR finalists for Magazine of the Year
Consumer Reports and Harvard Business Review have been named finalists in Folio’s Magazine of the Year contest.
The winner will be announced on Oct. 30.
Folio writes, “Consumer Reports proves, arguably better than anyone, that magazines can provide a valuable service. The magazine has been selflessly informing consumers for decades, and has shown an unwavering dedication to impartial reporting. But it also hasn’t rested on its laurels, and its magazine and digital properties are constantly evolving—not only by pushing its editorial boundaries, but by improving the design and feel of the print magazine, as well as the overall user experience.”
On HBR, Folio writes, “Harvard Business Review is a unique magazine within the business category. Its mission statement makes that clear when it emphasizes its purpose to “inspire and nurture the human spirit.” The magazine does that by producing not only thoughtful, and insightful business journalism, but presenting it in highly engaging, and impactful ways.”
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