Radio magazine Wins 2011 ASBPE National Award
Chicago - Sep 20, 2011 - On Aug. 4, 2011, the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) held its annual awards banquet during the ASBPE National Editorial Conference in Chicago. The print and online awards honor excellence in print editorial, design and online for business, trade, association and professional publications. In July, Radio magazine was honored with a Regional Gold Award in the Regular Department category for Sign Off, the monthly feature at the end of each issue. The months submitted in the entry were March, April and May 2010.
In the national Best Technical Article category, the March 2010 Trends in Technology article called "N/ACIP: Simplifying Codec Connections" by Doug Irwin, CPBE DRB AMD, was recognized. Congratulations to Doug Irwin for his recognition. Irwin has also received best article awards from the Society of Broadcast Engineers for his work.
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