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Hundreds of winners out of thousands of finalists, plus our 2019 Hall of Fame inductees.
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For more than 25 years, the Eddie & Ozzie Awards have recognized excellence in uncompromising journalism and gorgeous design across all sectors of the publishing industry—and 2019 is no different! Over 300 magazine and digital media professionals from all over the country gathered on October 30, 2019 at the Folio: Eddie & Ozzie Awards to celebrate the B2B, consumer and regional brands who competed for the prestigious honor.
The annual list recognizes the top innovators, entrepreneurial thinkers and up-and-comers in Publishing for the tangible impact they’ve had in moving our ever-changing Industry forward. Honorees will be celebrated at The Folio: Show on October 31 from 12-2:30 pm at the Hilton Midtown, NYC.
100+ women from across the industry who have stood out, taken risks, and pushed their teams to new heights.
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!
Thousands of nominations and hundreds of finalists were narrowed down to winners in categories spanning B2B, consumer, association and city/regional publishing.
Ideas on how to create and expand on deeper connections with readers, from Consumer Reports, America’s Test Kitchen, Trusted Media Brands and more.
Harvard Biz Review’s Sarah McConville and AARP’s Myrna Blyth took home top honors at the 6th annual event.