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|Monday, May 23, 2011|
Oregon Business magazine has won 12 awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, including first place in the General Excellence category. The 12 awards by the Oregon and SW Washington chapter include nine first place honors in the magazine’s circulation category of non-daily news publications with circulation greater than 8,000.
At the awards dinner Saturday night in Portland, Managing Editor Ben Jacklet took five awards, including three first place honors. Art Director Jon Taylor Carter took two first place awards, and Editor Robin Doussard received one first place award.
The magazine’s category includes the Portland Business Journal, Willamette Week and the Portland Tribune, among other non-dailies in the state.
Here is the full list:
First place - Oregon Business magazine
First place - Ben Jacklet, for “Supermess”
First place - Robin Doussard, for “Destination Unknown”
First place - Ben Jacklet for “Money Ball”
First place – Portland freelancer Jon Bell for “The Final Cut?”
First place - Ben Jacklet for “High Times in Southern Oregon”
Page one design:
First place - Jon Taylor Carter for the covers “In the Mix,” “The Green Issue,” and “The Gamble” (at left)
Inside feature or section page design:
First place - Jon Taylor Carter for the layouts “The Gamble,” “Fashion Runway” and “Moneyball” (at left)
Photo page/photo essay:
First place – Bend photographer Paula Watts for “Shaken and Stirred” (below)
Second place - Ben Jacklet for “The Gamble”
Third place - Ben Jacklet for “Data Game”
Third place – Portland freelancer Jennifer Netherby for “Runway Reality”
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