TORONTO, June 4 /CNW/ - The Canadian Society of Magazine Editors has
announced the winners of the 2008 Editors' Choice Awards. The awards ceremony
took place tonight at a gala dinner in downtown Toronto.
enRoute, Profit, and Spacing took home the title of Magazine of the Year
at this year's Editor's Choice Awards in the categories of large-, medium-,
and small-circulation, respectively. In the category of trade magazines, the
award went to DesignEdge.
In addition, editor Dale Duncan of Spacing was chosen as Editor of the
Year. The Best Front-of-Book award went to Explore; and the Jim Cormier Award
for Best Display Writing to Maisonneuve.
"With so many well-produced, relevant and thoughtful magazines in the
competition this year, the judges certainly had their work cut out for them,"
says Bob Sexton, president of the Canadian Society of Magazine Editors. "The
winners should feel justifiably proud, knowing that they've met such a high
standard of excellence. These awards not only recognize good work, they also
celebrate a commitment to editorial integrity."
To view and download pictures from the awards ceremony, please visit
The Canadian Society of Magazine Editors (CSME) is a national non-profit
association dedicated to fostering editorial excellence and integrity in the
Canadian magazine industry. Founded in 1992, the organization provides the
editors of Canada's consumer and trade magazines with opportunities for
networking and professional development, and encourages innovation in the
creation of magazine content.
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For further information: or to arrange interviews with winners, please
contact: Bob Sexton, President, Canadian Society of Magazine Editors, Office:
(416) 733-7600 ext. 4454, www.canadianeditors.com