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By Bob Garfield
At our expense, Mark Zuckerberg’s grand experiment has become The Sociopath Network; it’s time for action.
Rather than opaque and outdated pricing models, focus on audience personas and maintaining the trust of your readers.
The 2019 class of finalists truly represent the best of the best in the digital space—each winner, honorable mention and special award recipient has pushed the boundaries of digital content, product development and audience engagement. Join us as we celebrate your peers from Meredith Corporation, AARP, Dotdash, SourceMedia, ESPN, and many more.
The scores are in, look who took home gold in magazine media’s most prestigious recognition program—including the 2018 Magazine of the Year Winner!
100+ women from across the industry who have stood out, taken risks, and pushed their teams to new heights.
The 2018 class of Folio: Digital Awards Winners truly represent the best of the best in the digital space—each winner, honorable mention and special award recipient has pushed the boundaries of digital content, product development and audience engagement.
For more than 20 years, the Eddie & Ozzie Awards have recognized excellence in magazine editorial and design across all sectors of the industry.
Harvard Biz Review’s Sarah McConville and AARP’s Myrna Blyth took home top honors at the 6th annual event.
In addition to 20 awards honoring online excellence, four leaders were inducted into the Digital Hall of Fame.
The Folio: 100 recognizes individuals for the tangible impact they’ve had in their jobs, on their companies and brands, or on the magazine media industry at large.