Macworld Nets Seven Award Nominations

Macworld and Macworld.com have been nominated for seven Maggie awards, the most the magazine has ever been nominated for. The Maggies are awarded annually by the Western Publications Association, a 44-year-old organization which honors excellence in magazines published in the western United States.

The Maggie categories in which Macworld and Macworld.com were nominated are:

  • Computers/Consumer
  • Online Publications
  • Best How-To Article/Consumer, for Generation Gap by Jonathan Seff & Kristina DeNike
  • Best Signed Editorial or Profile/Consumer, for The Desktop Critic - Steven Saves the Mac by David Pogue
  • Best Regularly Featured Department, Section or Column/Consumer, The Vision Thing by Andrew Gore
  • Best Single Editorial Illustration/Consumer, for "On The Trail of Mac OS 8.5 " (March 1999)
  • Best Single Editorial Photograph/Consumer, for The Web Traveler's Companion (April 1999)
  • "To receive even one nomination from the WPA would be an honor," said Macworld Editor in Chief Andrew Gore. "To receive seven, in such a wide array of categories, was far beyond our highest expectations. I am extremely proud to lead such a gifted team that consistently produces top-quality content."

    Winners will be announced at a ceremony to be held in Los Angeles on April 14.

    Subscribe to the Best of Macworld Newsletter

    Comments