Interactive Week Honored With Maggie Award

WPA Lauds Newsweekly as Best Special Interest/Trade Magazine of 2000



Apr 24, 2001, 01:00 ET from Interactive Week

    NEW YORK, April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- The Western
 Publications Association (WPA) honored Interactive Week, with a prestigious
 Maggie Award, naming the newsweekly as the best Special Interest/Trade
 Magazine of 2000.  The award was presented at a Los Angeles ceremony held
 during the annual Folio: West show.
     Since its launch in 1994, Interactive Week has received numerous industry
 awards for editorial excellence.  Most recently, it was recognized by Folio:,
 the Computer Press Association, Advertising Age and MC Magazine.
     Interactive Week was lauded by WPA's panel of judges for the quality of
 its overall editorial package, readability, research, cover and editorial
 devices.
     "We're gratified to receive this honor," said Interactive Week
 Editor-in-Chief Rob Fixmer.  "We attribute much of our success to remaining
 true to our editorial mission of articulating and helping shape the direction
 of digital communications and interactivity so that our readers can help lead
 their organizations to success."
     The Maggie Awards, WPA's most prestigious publishing event, honors
 editorial, design and promotion excellence in magazine, tabloid, newsletter
 and online publishing.  The 2001 Maggie Awards, the group's 50th annual
 competition, received 2,080 entries.
 
     About Interactive Week
     Interactive Week, a Ziff Davis Media publication, delivers a controlled
 circulation of 300,100 business and technology managers who are charged with
 driving their organizations' interactive strategies and initiatives.
 Interactive Week is the ultimate source for information on the technologies
 and market issues that are shaping digital communications and interactivity
 today.
 
     About Ziff Davis Media Inc.
     Ziff Davis Media Inc. (http://www.ziffdavis.com) is the leading
 information authority for buying, using and experiencing technology and the
 Internet.  It is the largest technology and Internet magazine publisher and
 the sixth largest magazine publisher in the United States.  The company is
 also at the forefront in creating a new generation of business and consumer
 media that educate, entertain and empower people.  In the U.S., Ziff Davis
 Media publishes 14 industry-leading business and consumer publications:  PC
 Magazine, Ziff Davis SMART BUSINESS, Yahoo! Internet Life, FamilyPC, Expedia
 Travels, Electronic Gaming Monthly, Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine,
 Computer Gaming World, Expert Gamer, eWEEK, Interactive Week, Sm@rt Partner,
 The Net Economy and CIO Insight.  Through a joint venture with International
 Data Group (IDG), the company also publishes Macworld.  Other Ziff Davis Media
 business units include Ziff Davis Internet, a developer of innovative web and
 other interactive media; Ziff Davis Custom Media, which provides custom and
 contract media solutions within the technology industry; and eTesting Labs,
 which provides state-of-the-art internet and technology testing.  The company
 also produces research, conferences, seminars and Webcasts.
 
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    NEW YORK, April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- The Western
 Publications Association (WPA) honored Interactive Week, with a prestigious
 Maggie Award, naming the newsweekly as the best Special Interest/Trade
 Magazine of 2000.  The award was presented at a Los Angeles ceremony held
 during the annual Folio: West show.
     Since its launch in 1994, Interactive Week has received numerous industry
 awards for editorial excellence.  Most recently, it was recognized by Folio:,
 the Computer Press Association, Advertising Age and MC Magazine.
     Interactive Week was lauded by WPA's panel of judges for the quality of
 its overall editorial package, readability, research, cover and editorial
 devices.
     "We're gratified to receive this honor," said Interactive Week
 Editor-in-Chief Rob Fixmer.  "We attribute much of our success to remaining
 true to our editorial mission of articulating and helping shape the direction
 of digital communications and interactivity so that our readers can help lead
 their organizations to success."
     The Maggie Awards, WPA's most prestigious publishing event, honors
 editorial, design and promotion excellence in magazine, tabloid, newsletter
 and online publishing.  The 2001 Maggie Awards, the group's 50th annual
 competition, received 2,080 entries.
 
     About Interactive Week
     Interactive Week, a Ziff Davis Media publication, delivers a controlled
 circulation of 300,100 business and technology managers who are charged with
 driving their organizations' interactive strategies and initiatives.
 Interactive Week is the ultimate source for information on the technologies
 and market issues that are shaping digital communications and interactivity
 today.
 
     About Ziff Davis Media Inc.
     Ziff Davis Media Inc. (http://www.ziffdavis.com) is the leading
 information authority for buying, using and experiencing technology and the
 Internet.  It is the largest technology and Internet magazine publisher and
 the sixth largest magazine publisher in the United States.  The company is
 also at the forefront in creating a new generation of business and consumer
 media that educate, entertain and empower people.  In the U.S., Ziff Davis
 Media publishes 14 industry-leading business and consumer publications:  PC
 Magazine, Ziff Davis SMART BUSINESS, Yahoo! Internet Life, FamilyPC, Expedia
 Travels, Electronic Gaming Monthly, Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine,
 Computer Gaming World, Expert Gamer, eWEEK, Interactive Week, Sm@rt Partner,
 The Net Economy and CIO Insight.  Through a joint venture with International
 Data Group (IDG), the company also publishes Macworld.  Other Ziff Davis Media
 business units include Ziff Davis Internet, a developer of innovative web and
 other interactive media; Ziff Davis Custom Media, which provides custom and
 contract media solutions within the technology industry; and eTesting Labs,
 which provides state-of-the-art internet and technology testing.  The company
 also produces research, conferences, seminars and Webcasts.
 
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