Newsmax magazine has been awarded top honors by the Florida Magazine Association (FMA), which recognizes industry publications that have had significant impact for readers.
Last Friday at its Annual Publishing Conference & Exposition held this year in Orlando, Fla., the FMA bestowed five Charlie Awards – its highest honor — to Newsmax.
Newsmax won the highly coveted Charlie Award in each of the following categories: Best In-Depth Reporting for Judith Miller’s April 2012 article “The Go-Between,” about the Sultan of Oman’s role as an intermediary between Washington and Tehran; Best Department for the March 2012 America section; Best Column for Ben Stein’s Feb. 2012 Dreemz column, “Finding Myself an Outcast in Hollywood”; Best Feature Design for the Oct. 2011 Rick Perry cover story, “The Real Rick Perry”; and Best Illustration for the April 2012 “Defending Israel” article.
Kevin Kaminski, president of the FMA, presented the awards along with Matt Austin, a news anchor for Orlando’s Channel 6.
|Newsmax's Phil Aron, left, receives a Charlie Award from presenter Matt Austin.
Kaminski had high praise for Newsmax. “The state of Florida is an amazing and fertile ground for publishing,” Kaminski told Newsmax. “We have so many national publishers in the state that do fantastic products right here in Florida. Newsmax is one of them. The Florida Magazine Association is extremely honored to have Newsmax, which has been a strong supporter of the FMA.”
Newsmax is the monthly print and digital magazine published by Newsmax Media, headquartered in West Palm Beach, Fla. Newsmax magazine began publishing in 2001 and has remained one of the country’s fast-growing publications with approximately one million monthly readers. Each month, more than 10 million Americans visit Newsmax.com and its affiliated websites online.
Ken Chandler, editor in chief of Newsmax magazine, said: “These awards are a great tribute to our writers and entire staff. Five Charlies reflect the quality that we strive for with each issue of Newsmax. We are honored.”
In addition to in-depth news coverage and cutting-edge opinion from writers like Ben Stein, Judith Miller, Doug Schoen, and Ron Kessler, the magazine offers practical advice on health, finance, and lifestyle for an upscale audience of heartland Americans.
“We’re thrilled to again be recognized by the prestigious Florida Magazine Association,” said Christopher Ruddy, president & CEO of Newsmax. “We are extremely proud and honored to receive a single Charlie, let alone five.”
In 2010, Newsmax magazine also received a coveted award from Folio magazine, receiving its Gold Eddie for the Jan. 2011 cover story “Obama Hates Fox News: The President Goes Fox Hunting.”
The FMA is the largest state magazine association in the nation, representing over 200 magazines and 25 suppliers of publishing products and services. For more than five decades, the FMA has provided Florida’s magazines with a vital forum for information-sharing and updates on trends to assist and direct their growth.
More than 600 entries were submitted for the 2012 Charlie Awards contest from 70 publishing companies. Winning entries were evaluated by seasoned journalism professionals from across the country who specialize in all facets of magazine publishing.
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