Fast Company, Bloomberg Businessweek among Ellie Award finalists
Fast Company was named Thursday as a finalist in the 2020 National Magazine Awards for Print and Digital Media in the design category.
Bloomberg Businessweek for “The Elements” and MIT Technology Review for “The China Issue” were named finalists in the single-topic issue category.
Bloomberg Businessweek for “Vanillanomics,” by Monte Reel was named a finalist in the feature writing category.
Fortune for “Epidemic of Fear,” by Erika Fry was named a finalist in the reporting category.
In the public interest category, Consumer Reports was named a finalist for three articles by Rachel Rabkin Peachman: “Fisher-Price Rock ‘n Play Sleeper Should Be Recalled, Consumer Reports Says,” “Decades-Old Law Hides Dangerous Products and Impedes Recalls” and “Inclined Sleeper Deaths Rise to 50 as Industry Continues to Sell the Products”
WSJ. The Wall Street Journal Magazine was named a finalist in the photography category.
Two hundred forty-five national and regional publications entered the Ellie Awards this year, submitting 590 print, 531 digital and 133 multiplatform entries. New categories this year included Feature Design and Profile Writing, which previously existed from 2000 to 2012.
The American Society of Magazine Editors will celebrate the 55th annual presentation of the Ellie Awards and honor the 112 finalists on Thursday, March 12.