Brett bags Mark Boxer award at BSMEs

Nicholas Brett of BBC Magazines won the prestigious Mark Boxer award
for lifetime achievement at last night's British Society of Magazine
Editors awards.

The popular deputy managing director's career
spans regional newspapers, national newspapers and magazines. Under his
stewardship, the Radio Times set an unbeaten circulation record of 11
million for one of its Christmas issues.

The Editors' Editor
award went to Nicola Jeal for her work launching Observer Woman – and
she also picked up the best launch award.

See this week's Press Gazette for more details and reaction.

Other winners were:

Matthew Gwyther, Management Today

Isabel Allen, Architects' Journal

Mark Frith, Heat

Jane Lewis, 33 Thoughts

Ed Grenby, The Sunday Times Travel Magazine

John Kampfner, New Statesman

Morgan Rees, Men's Health

Tim Southwell, Golf Punk

Sue James, Woman & Home

Jane Bruton, Grazia

Paul Brannigan, Kerrang!

Susy Smith, Country Living

Annabel Brog, Sugar

Dolly Jones, Vogue.com

Michele Lavery, Telegraph Magazine

Conor McNicholas of NME won brand building initiative of the year for Club NME,

Innovation of the year went to Ally Oliver of Closer for closerdiets.com.


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