Since some New York media companies insist on giving out awards, we are required to cover them. If we didn’t we’d just be Fishbowl, and we’d have to write about which protein skimmers are the best for your aquarium and why the Red Wag Platy fish might be too sassy for its own good.
So, without further ado, we’d like to inform you that Vogue did well at the Condé Nast publishers meeting on Tuesday. Adweek reports that Susan Plagemann, Vogue’s Publisher, took home the company’s Publisher of the Year award and the magazine also won for Outstanding Business Performance. Vanity Fair and Wired took second and third place in the performance category.
A couple other awards: The Business Turnaround Award was awarded to Architectural Digest’s Publisher, Guilio Capua and Gina Sanders won Executive of the Year.