ECampM39s Mike Eby receives an ASBPE award at the organizaztion39s annual assembly in Kansas City Mo

EC&M's Mike Eby receives an ASBPE award at the organizaztion's annual assembly in Kansas City, Mo.

Content Excellence Brings EC&M ASBPE Industry Awards

EC&M has been honored by the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) with one National Award and five West Regional Awards. At the annual assembly held in Kansas City, Mo., last week Editor-In-Chief Mike Eby and his editorial team were awarded the following:

National Award, Gold
Best Regular Department (Forensic Casebook)

West Award, Gold
Best How-To Article, "Basic Motor Vibration Troubleshooting Tips" (November 2011)

West Award, Silver
Best How-To Article, "Troubleshooting Photovoltaic Systems" (June 2011)

West Award, Silver
Best Original Research, “Hard Times” (Sept. 2011)

West Award, Bronze
Best Original Research, “Beyond Borders” (May 2011)

West Award, Silver
Best Technical Article, "DC House" (July 2011)

Earlier this year EC&M’s editorial team were acknowledged as finalists in the Maggie Awards competition.

Finalist: Best Non-Paid Trade Magazine (Circ. Over 50,000)
Finalist: Best Regularly Featured Department, Section or Column/Trade (Forensics Casebook)

You can read the award-winning articles by clicking on them in the Related Articles section below.

For more than 30 years, the American Society of Business Publication Editors' (ASBPE) Annual Competition has honored work and commitment to excellence by business-to-business editors and graphic designers.
The organization was founded in 1964.

The Maggie Awards, presented by the Western Publications Association since 1952, honor editorial, design and promotion excellence in magazine, tabloid, newsletter and online publishing published or exclusively distributed west of the Mississippi River.


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