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Time Inc. Awards and Recognition

  • MIN revealed winners of the 10th annual Best of the Web Awards. Out of over 400 submissions, Time Inc. received 8 awards across seven different categories. Entertainment Weekly led the pack with two wins - Editorial Excellence for the EW at Comic-Con coverage and Digital Team of the Year, an award the brand shared with FoodandWine.com. TIME received an award for Editorial Excellence – Overall Consumer; Travel + Leisure received an award in the Integration with Print category, PEOPLE won in the Mobile Website category, Sports Illustrated won for best Free Tablet App and InStyle.com, People.com, RealSimple.com and Target won an award for best Overall Video. Additionally, Entertainment Weekly Digital and People Digital's Liz White was inducted into MIN's Best of the Web Hall of Fame.

  • Time Inc. received three wins and 10 honorable mentions at the 2013 FAME Awards, which honor excellence in magazine media events. Winners included American Express Publishing for the 2012 Food & Wine Classic for Best Epicurean Event, Sunset's third annual Savor the Central Coast for Best Regional Magazine Event and Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Launch Week 2012 for Best Special Event.

  • Several Time Inc. brands were honored by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) 18th Annual Best in Business Awards. This competition recognizes excellence in business and financial journalism across all news platforms. Fortune received four awards and Money and CNNMoney.com each received one award.

  • World Press Photo revealed the winners of the 2013 World Press Photo Contest, one of the premiere photojournalism contests in the world, and TIME received two awards. Dominic Nahr of Switzerland received "3rd Prize Singles" and Alessio Romenzi received "1st Prize Stories" for TIME in the General News category. These iconic images will be included in a traveling exhibition that will be seen by over two million people worldwide.

  • Sports Illustrated's July 30 issue, featuring the "We Were Penn State" cover and TIME's December 30 "Person of the Year" cover were both named to Advertising Age's list of the Best Magazine Covers of 2012. Sports Illustrated's cover was recognized for its timeliness in light of an organization rocked by one of the biggest scandals in collegiate football history. TIME's "Person of the Year" cover, depicting the newly re-elected President Obama set inside a silver border – only the fourth cover in TIME's 89-year history without the trademark red border – perfectly captured the mood of 2012 for the President and the challenges to come.

  • Adweek revealed the 33rd annual Hot List, a celebration of the best print, TV and digital properties, as determined by data ranging from audience metrics to the brand's social influence. FORTUNE was honored in the business category for successful brand extensions through its conference division and landing coveted interviews with business personalities like Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. PEOPLE was honored in the entertainment category for being the go-to source for breaking news and expanding its reach through subscriptions and on mobile and social platforms. Adweek also named All You, Sports Illustrated, Coastal Living and Food & Wine as leaders in their category based off over a million votes in the second annual Hot List Reader Poll.

  • ESSENCE and CNNMoney were named recipients of the 2012 Front Page Awards presented by The Newswomen's Club. Now in its 75th year, the competition attracts hundreds of entries annually from newswomen based in the New York metropolitan area. It is one of the few journalism competitions in the world that expressly recognizes journalistic excellence by newswomen. The 2012 Front Page Awards will be presented to 60 women for work in 36 categories including online, newspapers, television, wire services, photography, magazines, radio and opinion. ESSENCE Senior Writer Jeannine Amber was recognized in the Magazine - News category, CNNMoney's Blake Ellis was recognized in the Online - In-Depth category and CNNMoney's Julianne Pepitone, Stacey Cowley and Catherine Tymkiw were recognized in the Online - Blogs category.

  • MIN announced the winners of the fourth annual Editorial & Design Awards and Time Inc. brands received a total of 19 awards across 18 categories. Brands included Coastal Living, Cooking Light, Entertainment Weekly, Food & Wine, FORTUNE, InStyle.com, PEOPLE.com, Southern Living, Sports Illustrated, TIME and Travel + Leisure. Separately, Time Inc. Lifestyle Group editor Sid Evans and Departures Editor-in-Chief Richard David Story were inducted into MIN's Editorial & Design Hall of Fame.

  • Folio Magazine's annual Eddie and Ozzie Awards, which honors excellence in magazine editorial and design honored 32 Time Inc. brands across 19 categories for their work. PEOPLE, American Express Publishing, This Old House, Coastal Living, Southern Living and Time Inc. Content Solutions all won in multiple categories, while Entertainment Weekly led the pack with a total of nine awards.

  • Advertising Age announced its annual A-List, honoring the top magazines of the year. FORTUNE earned the #6 spot, and InStyle the #5 spot on the list. FORTUNE was recognized for year-over-year ad revenue gains and engaging its audience through live events as part of the FORTUNE Conference division and digital and mobile initiatives. Ad Age cited InStyle's significant paging growth, its consistent outperformance of the category on newsstand, and its digital intelligence as seen through InStyle.com traffic and the brand's leading position on social networks like Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.

  • TIME has won an Emmy for the TIME.com website 9/11: Portraits of Resilience. The site, which was part of TIME's multi-platform 9/11 commemorative project, depicted photographs and interviews with newsmakers and everyday people directly impacted by the attacks – including stories from the only four survivors above the point of impact. TIME.com won an Emmy in 2009 for its "Iconic Photos" series in the same category – New Approaches to News & Documentary Programming: Documentaries.

  • At MIN's Annual Sales Executive of the Year Awards, Time Inc. received a total of four awards across 10 categories. Winners included Real Simple for "Sales Team of the Year"; Essence Communications Michelle Ebanks for "Sales Team Leader of the Year," multiple magazine titles; Departures Steven DeLuca for "Sales Team Leader of the Year," single magazine titles; and the Style & Entertainment Group's Mark Fikany for "Salesperson of the Year."

  • The UCLA Anderson School of Management revealed the 2012 Gerald Loeb Award Winners, which recognize excellence in business, finance and economic journalism, and FORTUNE and Money took home one award each. Fortune's Peter Elkind, Jennifer Reingold and Doris Burke received a Loeb Award in the Magazine category for their highly regarded story "Inside Pfizer's Palace Coup," and Money's Penelope Wang, Kim Clark and Lisa Gibbs were honored in the Personal Finance category for their series about caring for aging parents, "Protecting Your Parents."

  • The American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) revealed the winners of the annual National Magazine Awards and Time Inc. was honored with the two most notable distinctions of the evening. TIME was awarded "Magazine of the Year," recognizing excellence in print and on digital platforms and Sports Group Editor Terry McDonell became just the 26th person to be inducted into the Magazine Editors' Hall of Fame.

  • Seven Time Inc. Brands were named winners of MIN's Annual "Best of The Web" Awards, which recognize superior achievements in digital media by magazine publishers. Sports Illustrated won in the "Advertiser Program/Partnership" and "Integration with Print" categories, PEOPLE.com won in the "Content/Online Games" and "Use of Social Media" categories, Essence.com won for "Best Redesign," TIME for "Best Free Tablet App," Southernliving.com won in the Editorial Excellence: Special Section" category, Cooking Light won for "Best Tablet App – Paid App – Interactive" and Entertainment Weekly won for "Best Video: Magazine-Branded Show." In addition to the brand wins, Style & Entertainment Group Director of Digital Audience Development, Lisa Brewer was awarded the "Genius Award," for her work in the SEG group.

  • ASME announced winners of its 2012 National Magazine Awards for Digital Media, better known as the "Digital Ellies". Out of the hundreds of entries considered for Digital Ellies, TIME's Populist App won for "Best Utility App." Time Inc. earned a total of six nominations in four categories. Nominated brands included: Entertainment Weekly, PEOPLE, Sports Illustrated and Cooking Light.

  • Time Inc. was named a winner of the IAB's Mobile Rising Stars competition. Key aspects of the Enhanced for Tablet ad unit submitted will be incorporated into the IAB Full Page Mobile Rising Star, which will set a new standard for full page ad units across all mobile devices. Time Inc. will work with fellow mobile innovators to define, build, and implement the final unit. This recognition from the IAB presents Time Inc. with an opportunity to play a role in the future of mobile advertising and reinforce its leadership position in the market.

  • For Ad Week's annual Hot List, TIME took top honors as the Hottest Overall Magazine and the Hottest General Interest Magazine, PEOPLE was recognized as the Hottest Entertainment/Celebrity Magazine and Departures was honored as the Hottest Travel Magazine. The first-ever Readers' Choice poll confirmed Time Inc.'s excellence with wins for six Time Inc. brands: TIME received the Reader's Choice in the General Interest category, Travel + Leisure took the Travel category, All You in the Women's category, Sports Illustrated in the Sports category, Cooking Light in the Food category and PEOPLE took the Entertainment/Celebrity category.

  • Sports Illustrated, Entertainment Weekly and Southern Living were honored at Folio Magazine's Eddie and Ozzie Awards in 2012. Sports Illustrated's December 2010 issue won for Consumer, Sports, Full Issue, and SI's blog "Joe Posnanski's Curiously Long Posts" won for Best Online Column or Blog. Entertainment Weekly's July 2010 article "The Curious Case of Bill Murray" won for Consumer, Entertainment, Single Article. EW also earned top honors for Best Online News Coverage. Last but not least, Southern Living's January 2011 article "Best of the South Travel Awards" won for Consumer, Regional, Single Article.

  • Time Inc. -  Advertising Ages 2006 A-List Award

    TIME clocked in at #2 on Advertising Age's 2011 A-List, This Old House made its first-ever appearance on the list at #9, and TIME's Kim Kelleher was named Ad Age's Publisher of the Year.

  • At min's 2011 Integrated Marketing Awards, Time Inc. took home best consumer Custom Publishing Project for its work with Merrill Lynch Advisor. FORTUNE, Money and CNNMoney.com won in the Multiple Magazine Title Program category for the "Visionaries" series. Time Inc. Branded Solutions won in the Print/Web bundle category for the "Microsoft - Make Education Great" partnership. Food + Wine's Director of Marketing Kate Rados won for Marketer of the Year and the Sports Illustrated Marketing Department won in the category of Marketing Team of the Year.

  • Sports Illustrated won four awards at the 2011 Deadline Club Awards, which honor the best in New York area journalism - printed, broadcast or otherwise. Gary Smith won in the Feature Reporting category and David Epstein won in the Science, Technology, Medical or Environmental Reporting category. In photography, Walter Iooss Jr. and Mike Powell both earned first place honors for Feature Photo and Sports Photo, respectively.

  • Essence.com received the award for Outstanding Digital Journalism - Multimedia at the 22nd annual GLAAD Media Awards in March, 2011. It was accepted by journalist Bobbi Misick, Emil Wilbekin, managing editor of Essence.com, and Danielle and Aisha Moodie-Mills for the story "Bridal Bliss: Aisha and Danielle." This story was the first time Essence.com included a lesbian couple in its weekly wedding feature.

  • Three Time Inc. titles were honored with Folio Magazine's Eddie and Ozzie Awards in 2011. Sports Illustrated won in the categories for Consumer Sports Full Issue, Consumer Sports Single Article and Best Online Column or Blog. Entertainment Weekly received a gold medal and two additional nominations. Health received the silver medal for the Best Series of Articles category. The Eddie and Ozzie awards recognize excellence in magazine and digital editorial and design.

  • InStyle fashion director Hal Rubenstein received the prestigious Eleanor Lambert Founder's Award at the annual CFDA Fashion Awards held June 6, 2011. This rare and coveted honor - established by the CFDA in 2001 - "recognizes individuals who have made unique contributions to the world of fashion and/or deserve the industry's special recognition."

  • LIFE.com won a 2011 People's Voice Webby Award for Best Visual Design Aesthetic. The Webby Awards honor excellence on the Internet, and the People's Voice Awards garner hundreds of thousands of votes from the Web community all over the world.

  • Time Inc. journalists earned 11 awards at the 2011 National Headliner Awards. Time Inc. swept the Magazine Affiliated Website category with CNNMoney.com earning first place, TIME.com second, and SI.com third. Sports Illustrated's John W. McDonough and Al Tielemans took the top two spots, respectively, for Sports Photography, Single Photo. Sports Illustrated also earned first-place honors for Coverage of a Major News Topic with its special report on concussions, and Joe Posnanski was awarded first place for Online-Only Writing. TIME's Lev Grossman won for Feature Writing, while Sports Illustrated's Chris Ballard took second. In the Magazine Column catetory, Sports Illustrated's Phil Taylor placed second and TIME's Joe Klein earned third-place honors.

  • Three Time Inc. brands were honored by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) 16th Annual Best in Business Awards in 2011. This competition recognizes excellence in business and financial journalism across all news platforms. CNNMoney.com and Money each received five awards, while Fortune received four.

  • LIFE.com won the 2011 National Magazine Award for Digital Media for Photography, Digital Media.

    LIFE.com saw an 86% increase in unique visitors over the past year and its iPad app went to #1 in 33 countries, including the US, and was the #1 photography app in 79 countries. Those numbers, along with this award, prove that people who care about the past, present and future of photography have found a smart, quality and fun destination in LIFE.com.

  • The international jury of the 54th annual World Press Photo Contest selected a picture by Jodi Bieber from South Africa as the World Press Photo of the Year 2010. The portrait of Bibi Aisha was also awarded First prize in the category Portraits Singles. It was shot for TIME and was featured on the cover of the August 9 issue.

  • Time Inc. -  Advertising Ages 2006 A-List Award

    Three Time Inc. titles were named in the top five of Advertising Age's 2010 A-List, including the prestigious number one spot awarded to People StyleWatch. All You took the number three spot and Cooking Light came in at number four. Additionally, StyleWatch editor Susan Kaufman was named as Ad Age's Editor of the Year, cited for the title's clarity, precision, taste, service and respect to the reader.

  • Sports Illustrated won two awards in the 2010 ASME Best Cover Contest, earning top honors in the "Sports & Fitness" and "Sexiest" categories. Meanwhile Coastal Living took the top prize in the "House & Home" category. Click here to see the covers and read more about the winners.

  • In addition to nine honorable mentions, Time Inc. had wins in four categories at Min's 2010 Integrated Marketing Awards. PEOPLE won the "Event" category for the Cotton Inc. Country Issue Celebration and the "Multiple Magazine Titles" category for the Maybelline integrated program at the 61st Annual EMMY Awards. Time Inc. Corporate Sales & Marketing won the "WOW award" in the consumer category for mine. Magazine, a groundbreaking customized magazine created in collaboration with Lexus and American Express Publishing, and Time Inc. Corporate Sales & Marketing was also named "Marketing Team of the Year."

  • IPC scooped two accolades at the 2010 PPA Awards gala, the UK magazine industry's annual Oscars. NME.com celebrated the award for Consumer Website of the Year and Look's publishing director Julie Lavington scooped Publisher of the Year.

  • TIME's Steven Johnson was honored at the 2010 Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School Mirror Awards for excellence in media industry reporting. Johnson won in the category "Best Single Article, Traditional Media" with his story How Twitter Will Change the Way We Live.

  • Media Industry Newsletter has announced its 2010 Best of the Web Awards and several Time Inc. brands were recognized for their outstanding work in digital.

    PEOPLE won Best Use of Twitter and its "Bunches of Cash Hunt" was awarded top honors in the Contests/Online Games category.

    TIME.com won Best Mobile Strategy.

    RealSimple.com was honored as the year's Best Redesign.

    InStyle.com's Hollywood Makeover Cover Girl Integration was awarded Best Uses of Interactivity.

    Time Inc. and CNNMoney.com won the Video category for Assignment Detroit.

    PEOPLE's Mark Golin was inducted into the Digital Hall of Fame.

  • People was crowned with the #1 spot on AdWeek's Magazine Hot List 2010, with one media buyer aptly commenting that, "There's something magical about the People franchise." Sports Illustrated scored the #6 spot on the Hot List, and is noted for having "held its own in print while fast becoming a digital powerhouse." Meanwhile, on Adweek's 10 Under 60 Hot List, People StyleWatch took second place honors and All You was named #5.

  • TIME.com, CNNMoney.com and SI.com swept the 2010 National Headliner Awards category "Magazine Affiliated Online Journalism." CNNMoney.com's Assignment Detroit took first place in the "Online Slideshow" category. In the print division, four Time Incers earned honors: TIME's Nancy Gibbs, Joe Klein and Callie Shell, and Sports Illustrated's Damian Strohmeyer.

  • Entertainment Weekly, InStyle and People have each been named winners in min's Most Engaged Media Brands competition for 2010. Winners were cited for demonstrating the ability to grow in their relationships with users.

  • Sports Illustrated won a National Magazine Award for Digital Media 2010. SI.com's NFL coverage was honored in the category Regular Department or Section. The category recognizes the distinctive voice and unified design of a department or section of a magazine website.

  • Time Inc. -  Advertising Ages 2006 A-List Award

    People was ranked #5 and Essence was ranked #6 on Advertising Age's 2009 A-List.

  • Sports Illustrated senior NFL writer Peter King is the 2009 recipient of the Dick McCann Memorial Award, given annually by the Pro Football Writers Association in recognition of long and distinguished reporting of the sport.

  • Fortune Small Business took honors as Magazine of the Year in the American Society of Business Publication Editors' 31st Annual Azbee Awards of Excellence.

  • IPC Media was the biggest-winning consumer publisher at the 2009 PPA Awards. woman&home was named Consumer Magazine of the Year, NME.com won Interactive Consumer Magazine of the Year, and Nuts was awarded Consumer Media Brand of the Year. In addition, Wallpaper's art director Meirion Pritchard received the highly commended award in the Designer of the Year category.

  • EW.com won the 2009 EPpy Award for Best National Magazine-Affiliated Web Site. Meanwhile TIME.com was named an EPpy finalist for Best Design of a Web Site with more than one million unique monthly viewers. The EPpy Awards are presented annually by Editor & Publisher and Mediaweek.

  • Sunset was honored at the 2009 James Beard Media Awards. Sunset.com's blog One-Block Feast won the award for "Blog Focusing on Food, Beverage, Restaurants or Nutrition."

  • TIME.com won first place in the 2009 National Headliner Awards in the Magazine Affiliated Online Journalism category. In addition, TIME's Callie Shell won second place in the Photo Essay/Story category for "On the Trail with Obama" from the 9/1/08 issue.

  • Media Industry Newsletter has announced its 2009 Best of the Web Awards and several Time Inc. brands were recognized for their outstanding work in digital.

    The Sports Illustrated Group was awarded top honors in the Editorial Excellence category for SI.com, as well as honorable mentions in the Community/Social Networking category for its Facebook Fantasy Football and in the Integration with Print category for SI Swimsuit 2008.

    PEOPLE won in the Video: Magazine-Branded Show category for its "Who Looked Hot" series.

    This Old House won in the Video: Magazine-Branded category for its Family Projects video series.

    Entertainment Weekly was the winner in the Blog category for PopWatch on EW.com and in the Overall Use of Video category.

    InStyle won in the E-Commerce category for InStyle.com Shopping and received honorable mentions in the Advertiser Program category for its P&G Downy Design Tag, in the Mobile category for InStyle.com mobile and in the Special Online Coverage category for its 2008 Grammy coverage.

    CNNMoney.com and Sunset received honorable mentions, CNNMoney.com for its Overall Use of Video and Sunset in the Redesign Relaunch category for Sunset.com.

  • Time Inc. - Nationals Magazine Awards.

    The American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) has announced the finalists for the 44th annual National Magazine Awards. Time Inc. titles earned eight nominations.

    TIME: General Excellence and Photojournalism

    TIME.com: General Excellence Online

    Real Simple: General Excellence

    Sports Illustrated: Columns/Commentary

    Health: Personal Service

    Health.com: Personal Service Online

    CNNMoney.com: Personal Service Online

  • Time Inc. - Magazine Publishers of America 2008 Digital Award

    Time Inc. received seven honors at the third annual MPA Digital Awards.

    SI.com: winner of Website of the Year/Entertainment and Sports

    EW.com: winner of Magazine Blog of the Year for “PopWatch” and third in Website of the Year/Entertainment and Sports

    InStyle mobile: winner of Best Mobile Strategy

    People.com: second in Website of the Year/Entertainment and Sports

    CNNMoney.com mobile: second in Best Mobile Strategy

    Time.com: third in Best Online Video Series for “Person of the Year 2008”

  • The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced nominees for the 6th Annual Emmy Awards for Business & Financial Reporting, honoring outstanding televised and webcast business reporting. Included on this illustrious list of nominees was Andy Serwer's CNN Special Investigation Unit's "Busted! Mortgage Meltdown" in the category Outstanding Documentary on a Business Topic, and CNNMoney.com for its program "Biz Green", a video series on the business of going green. Biz Green, produced by Caleb Silver, CNNMoney Executive Producer, Video and overseen by CNNMoney Executive Editor/VP Chris Peacock, was nominated in the category New Approaches to Business & Financial Reporting.

  • Time Inc. - Folio Awards.

    Time Inc. won twenty-seven 2008 Folio Awards, with winners including Fortune in the Banking/Business/Finance Full Issue, News/Commentary/General Interest Single Article, Best Redesign, Best Use of Digital Imagery (two), and Best Use of Photography categories; Money in the Banking/Business/Finance Full Issue and Single Article categories; Entertainment Weekly in the Entertainment Full Issue and Single Article categories, and Best Cover and Best Feature Design categories; Food & Wine in the Epicurean Full Issue category; Health in the Health/Fitness Full Issue category; This Old House in the Shelter/Home Full Issue and Single Article categories; Travel + Leisure Travel Full Issue and Single article, and Best Cover and Best Redesign categories; TIME.com in the Best Online News Coverage, Best Website and Best Site Design categories; In Style in the Best Online Tool category, and Time Inc. Content Solutions in the Best Design (two) and Best Use of Illustration category.

  • Entertainment Weekly received the Ad Council's 2008 Silver Bell Award. The award is presented annually to a media outlet that "exemplifies extraordinary generosity and leadership in disseminating the Ad Council's public service messages."

  • NME.com won the award for Best Music Magazine at the BT Digital Music Awards '08, which recognize those in the industry delivering the best in cutting-edge musical entertainment. It was the third year running that NME.com has won the accolade.

  • IPC won three 2008 Association of Online Publishers (AOP) Awards. NME.com won the award for Editorial Team of the Year, the WKD Nuts Football Awards claimed the prize for Cross-Media Project of the Year, and the Women's Space study from The Origin Panel - IPC Insight's rolling research study of UK women - took the prize for Research & Insights Project of the Year. As well as winning the Editorial Team of the Year prize - a category where Nuts.co.uk was also nominated - NME.com was shortlisted for Consumer Website of the Year, alongside Marieclaire.co.uk, and Best Use of Video. Goodtoknow.co.uk was amongst the finalists for Launch 2008 while IPC Media was shortlisted for Online Publisher of the Year.

  • Understanding Government awarded TIME reporter Michael Grunwald the 2008 Prize for Preventive Journalism for his cover story "Why New Orleans Still Isn't Safe" about the Army Corps of Engineers and the failed New Orleans levees.

  • People.com won the 2008 EPpy Award for Best Entertainment Web Site with over 1 million unique monthly visitors, and ThisOldHouse.com won for Best National Magazine-Affiliated Web Site.

  • GEE won two 2008 National Journalism Awards. These prestigious prizes are given annually, based on the judgement of a panel of independent media observers in Mexico. This year, Quien Magazine won a prize for its article "The Fox Family: Life after the Presidency." Meanwhile Chilango Magazine's story "Adam, Eve, the Antiques Dealer, and the Painting" won an award for investigative journalism.

  • Time Inc. - Ad Week 2007 award.

    Adweek named Real Simple #2 on its 2008 Hot List Top 10 Magazines, and in its 10 Under 50 List (magazines with ad revenues under $50 million) named All You #6. People.com also took top honors as Adweek's Magazine Web Site of the Year.

  • Time Inc. - Magazine Publishers of America 2008 Digital Award

    Time Inc. received two "Champions in Diversity Awards" in 2008 from the National Association of Minority Media Executives, including; The Award of Valor for the collective effort of 10 Time Inc. titles for their group coverage of the 2-year aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and The Valor Award: Courageous Reporting for Aparism "Bobby" Ghosh, World Editor, TIME.

  • Time Inc. - Magazine Publishers of America 2008 Digital Award

    Time Inc. received eight honors at the second annual MPA Digital Awards including: TIME.com - Website of the Year in the News and Finance category, SI.com - Website of the Year in the Sports category, MySI - second place in the Best Web-only Tool category, People.com -Website of the Year in the Entertainment category, EW.com - second place for Website of the Year in the Entertainment category, InStyle.com - second place in the Website of the Year in the Fashion category, and also recognized for its mobile strategy, and FanNation.com - Best Online Community.

  • Time Inc. -  Advertising Ages 2006 A-List Award

    Real Simple was ranked #3 on Advertising Age's 2007 A-List.

  • Time Inc. - Ad Week 2006 award.

    Real Simple, People, In Style and Food & Wine were named on Adweek's 2007 list of Brand Blazers, honoring magazines that are doing the best job extending their brands.

  • TIME achieved first place in the "Best Concept" category at the 2007 ASME Best Cover Contest, with its October 16, 2006 cover, "The End of a Revolution."

  • Time Inc. - Folio Awards.

    Time Inc. won nine 2007 Folio Awards, with winners including People in the News/Commentary/General Interest and Web Site Design categories; Coastal Living in the Consumer Shelter/Home category; Cooking Light in the Consumer Epicurean category; Money in the Consumer Business/Finance category; Health in the Consumer Health/Fitness category; In Style in the Best Online Tool category; and Time Inc. Content Solutions in the Association/Non-Profit Single Article and New Magazine Design categories.

  • Time Inc. - Magazine Publishers of America 2007 Digital Award

    Time Inc. won four out of five categories in the Magazine Publishers of America 2007 Digital Awards, with Website of the year winners including TIME.com in the Business/News category; InStyle.com in the Fashion category; EW.com in the Entertainment/Celebrity category; and SI.com in the Sports/Enthusiast category.

  • Time Inc. - Nationals Magazine Awards.

    TIME magazine won the top spot at the 2006 National Magazine Awards, placing first in the general excellence category among magazines with a circulation over two million, as well as the prize for best single-topic issue for its 52-page special report on Hurricane Katrina.