NEW YORK, March 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Daily Bankruptcy Review, published by Dow Jones, has been recognized as the "Best Newsletter" by American Business Media, winning the organization's Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award for the second year in a row.
Daily Bankruptcy Review is a twice-daily e-newsletter that provides comprehensive coverage of big U.S. bankruptcies and analysis of distressed companies. The publication was recognized for its editorial excellence and track record for informing readers on important industry issues. With a dedicated editorial team persistently combing court filings to unearth and analyze ongoing cases, Daily Bankruptcy Review helps readers stay abreast and understand the impact of court decisions and industry events.
"Daily Bankruptcy Review is a powerful resource for industry participants. It helps readers identify business opportunities and quickly understand how the outcomes of the latest court cases and industry events impact their business," said Joe Lanza, president of Financial Markets at Dow Jones & Company. "This recognition by American Business Media, for the second year running, reinforces our strategy of delivering highly relevant, high-value news to audiences who can identify business opportunities and risks with this type of timely, in-depth information."
Established in 1955, the Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards are considered the top honor for members of the business media. The awards recognize and reward editorial excellence in business media and are presented annually to those editors who have submitted entries exhibiting journalistic enterprise, service to the field and editorial craftsmanship.
More information about the Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards can be found at http://www.americanbusinessmedia.com/. To learn more about Daily Bankruptcy Review, visit http://www.dowjones.com/bankruptcy/dbr.asp.
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