SC Magazine brings home national and regional honors

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This cover by Art Director Michael Strong was recognized with three awards.
This cover by Art Director Michael Strong was recognized with three awards.

In the past month, SC Magazine picked up seven awards from two of the most distinguished associations representing the trade publishing industry.

The American Society of Business Press Editors, ASBPE, recognized SC Magazine in five categories at the annual ASBPE Awards held in Chicago on July 25.

In addition, TABPI (Trade, Association and Business Publications International) honored SC with two awards at its 2014 Tabbie Awards, which featured more than 450 entries.

A Tabbie judge said of Art Director Michael Strong's winning cover: "This cover really caught my eye. The clever design makes you want to open the magazine and read more about this article. Great use of type, too."

Not only were SC Magazine print products recognized (the monthly magazine and the recurring special Spotlight editions), but our website and use of social media also earned nods for high achievement.

"Good headlines, engaging writing and an arresting design," said a judge in the competition for Best B2B Website at the 2014 TABBIES regarding the Silver award that SC's site won.

"Such industry awards, which often are peer reviewed, act as a solid testament to a brand's success in arming members of its audience with actionable, timely, objective and well-designed information and insight to help them tackle wide-ranging demands on a day-to-day basis," said Illena Armstrong, VP, editorial, SC Magazine. "My team and I are honored to receive these various acknowledgements, which only bolster our dedication and verve for all that we do to continually grow SC and its many editorial offerings. We're very proud."

Here are the awards:

2014 ASBPE Awards of Excellence
Azbee Awards – Northeast Region

Front Cover - Special Issue or Supplement (picture above)
Gold 
SC Magazine
SC Magazine Spotlight: Mobile Security 
May 2013 
Michael Strong, art director; Illena Armstrong, VP, editorial; Greg Masters, managing editor


Best Use of Social Media 
Silver 
SC Magazine
Illena Armstrong, VP, editorial; Marcos Colón, online editor; Danielle Walker, reporter; Adam Greenberg, reporter

Editorial/Editor's Letter
Silver 
SC Magazine
Commentary 
Feb. 2013  and August 2013
Illena Armstrong, VP, editorial; Greg Masters, managing editor; Michael Strong, art director

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2014 ASBPE Awards of Excellence 
Azbee Awards – National 

Front Cover - Special Issue or Supplement
GOLD
SC Magazine Spotlight: Mobile Security 
Michael Strong, art director; Illena Armstrong, VP, editorial; Greg Masters, managing editor

B2B Website of the Year 
TOP 10 
Title of Entry: SCMagazine.com 
Illena Armstrong, VP, editorial; Marcos Colón, online editor; Danielle Walker, reporter; Adam Greenberg, reporter; Greg Masters, managing editor; Michael Strong, art director 



2014 TABBIE WINNERS

Best b2b Website
Silver
SC Magazine
www.scmagazine.com
Marcos Colón, online editor; Danielle Walker, reporter; Adam Greenberg, reporter; Illena Armstrong, VP, editorial; Michael Strong, art director

Front Cover, Special Issue
Silver
SC Magazine 
Spotlight Mobile Security 
Michael Strong, art director; Greg Masters, managing editor; Illena Armstrong, VP, editorial
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