ClickZ won two national awards for editorial excellence from the American Society of Business Publication Editors.
ClickZ News, headed up by Managing Editor Zachary Rodgers, received a gold award in the category “web news section.” Senior Editor Kate Kaye, Staff Writers Christopher Heine and Jack Marshall, and Copy Editor Caitlin Rossman (photo, left) were also named recipients. This seasoned team serves up smart, independent reporting and analysis on the interactive marketing industry and the companies that make it tick. ClickZ News is a previous Azbee winner, taking home silver in 2010.
ClickZ Politics & Advocacy, headed up by Kaye, received a silver award in the category, web microsite/special section. With a focus on digital advertising, video, and social media, and original reporting on how political campaigns spend their money online, ClickZ Politics & Advocacy is the premier resource for in-depth coverage and analysis of online political campaigns.
“We’re elated that B2B editors from across the United States recognized the ClickZ team’s excellent coverage of interactive advertising and marketing,” said ClickZ Executive Editor Anna Maria Virzi. “And we hope to maintain that excellence so that ClickZ’s readers – marketing professionals working in-house or for agencies – can always count on us as a resource for relevant and timely information.”
“These awards, and the countless others the ClickZ editorial team has won, re-enforce our belief that ClickZ is the premiere publication for the online marketing and advertising sector. Well done!” said Matt McGowan, managing director, North America, at Incisive Media and ClickZ’s publisher.
ASBPE is an association of B2B editors in the United States. Its annual Azbee Awards of Excellence honors editorial, design, and digital excellence.
Incisive Media’s ClickZ, founded in 1997, is the largest resource of interactive marketing news, commentary, how-to information, and stats.
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