Newsmax magazine has won a prestigious Gold “Eddie,” an award that Folio: magazine presents for editorial and design excellence in print magazines.
Folio: recognized Newsmax Tuesday for its January 2010 cover feature article “Obama Hates Fox News: The President Goes Fox Hunting.”
Citing this feature on Fox News and Obama, Folio: awarded its premiere Gold "Eddie" in the category of “Consumer, News/Commentary/General Interest, Single Article.” The awards are part of Folio:’s annual Eddie and Ozzie Awards.
The acclaimed Newsmax cover story took an in-depth look at President Obama’s war on Fox News.
“As an independent, journalistic publisher, Newsmax Media deeply values acclaim from outside bodies, judging the quality and impact of our in-depth news and analysis,” said Christopher Ruddy, CEO of Newsmax Media. “We are excited that Folio: has chosen to recognize our Obama-Fox News story with its prestigious ‘Eddie’ award.”
Newsmax magazine is one of America’s fastest-growing magazines, with a paid circulation in excess of 250,000. The magazine is published by Newsmax Media, a multi-media publishing company best known for its popular website www.newsmax.com. The company also publishes a financial website, Moneynews.com, as well as several paid health and financial newsletters.
In 2005, Newsmax magazine received a Silver “Eddie” from Folio: in the category of “News Coverage.”
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