Farm Journal Media Receives Grand Neal award
57th Annual Neal Awards held today in NYC.
Â The Neal Awardâ€™s big winner is Farm Journal Media, who received the Grand Neal award. â€śThe Farm Journal Legacy Project,â€ť the winning entry, is from Farm Journal Mediaâ€™s print and online publications Farm Journal, Top Producer, Dairy Today, AgWeb, AgDay and U.S. Farm Report. â€śThe Farm Journal Legacy Project,â€ť chosen from a pool of 660 entries, also received the Neal Award for â€śBest Integrated Package.â€ť Â
Â The 57th Annual Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards ceremony was held today at the Mandarin Oriental in
Grand Neal Finalists included Hanley Woodâ€™s Aquatics Internationalâ€™s â€śThe Enemy Withinâ€ť; Summit Business Mediaâ€™s Agentâ€™s Sales Journalâ€™s â€śSocial Media Boot Campâ€ť; and McGraw-Hill Companiesâ€™ Engineering News-Recordâ€™s â€śAward of Excellence Winner: John Hillman.â€ť
Hanley Woodâ€™s Aquatics International â€śThe Enemy Withinâ€ť won the best single article in the class A category. Randall-Reilly Publishing Companyâ€™s Better Roads/betteroads.comâ€™s â€śBetter Bridgesâ€ť took home the classÂ A best subject-related series of article. Penton Mediaâ€™s Club Industryâ€™s article, â€śRenaissance Man,â€ť took home the best profile honor in the classÂ A category. A list of complete winners can be found here. Â
Other honorees include Wyatt Kash, content director and editor-at-large at 1105, who was chosen as the 43rd Annual G.D. Crain winner; Gary Thill, Hanley Woodâ€™s Aquatic Internationalâ€™s editor, received the 2011 Timothy White Award for Editorial Integrity; and Jane Kolleeny, managing editor of The McGraw-Hill Companiesâ€™ GreenSource Magazine, was named 2011 McAllister Editorial Fellow.
Cited as â€śthe Pulitzer Prize of the business press,â€ť the Neal Awards were established in 1955 and continue to recognize editorial excellence.