Macworld Nominated for Nine Maggie Awards
SAN FRANCISCO – MARCH 6, 2001 – Macworld, the leading Macintosh publication and Web site, has once again broken their in-house record, achieving nominations for nine Maggie awards to be presented by the Western Publications Association (WPA.) The nominations in the consumer category are: Best Computer Magazine, Best On-Line Publication, Best On-line Home Page, Best Series of Articles, Best Signed Editorial, Best Single Editorial Illustration, Best Single Editorial Photograph (2) and Best Media Kit/Consumer.
"Macworld continues to achieve accolades due to the dedication and hard work of our editorial and design teams," said Andy Gore, Macworld editor-in-chief "We broke our own record with seven nominations in 1999. Nine for the year 2000 is simply overwhelming."
Maggie winners will be announced at a gala ceremony to be held in Los Angeles on Friday, April 20, 2001.
About the Western Publications Association (www.wpa-online.org)
The Western Publications Association has represented magazine publishers and companies who interact with the magazine publishing industry for 50 years. Serving publications west of the Mississippi, WPA is committed to responding to the challenges and opportunities facing the ever-changing industry, today and in the future.
About Mac Publishing LLC
Mac Publishing, L.L.C. publishes the world's leading independent Macintosh publication and Web sites. Every month the award-winning Macworld magazine reaches over 1.6 million influencers of computer purchases*, while Macworld.com and MacCentral.com garner an average of 2 million unique visitors. Headquartered in San Francisco, Mac Publishing is a joint venture between Ziff Davis Media Inc. and International Data Group.
* SOURCE: Intelliquest CIMS v 7.0