TABPI, the international association for B2B journalists, has announced its pick for the best magazines and Websites in the industry.
Congratulations to all the winners!
As of this morning, the list of winners is available only on TABPI's Facebook page. But later today the list will appear on TABPI's Web site.
Longtime readers of this blog will know that I'm most interested in the Web site awards. And longtime readers won't be surprised to see that the list of winners contains a number of my longtime favorites. UK-based Accountancy Age took the gold this year (the Incisive-owned product won the bronze last year.) Computerworld picked up the silver and Modern Healthcare won the bronze awards. In the new category for Best Online Feature Computerworld took first place, PC World took second, and Therapy Times took the third-place prize. (Disclosure: I've consulted on online-journalism issues with IDG, the owner of both Computerworld and PC World.)
(Update [11:26 am, ET]) : The complete list of winners is now available on TABPI's site.)
tags: journalism, b2b, media, trade press, magazines, newsletters, business media, web-first publishing