D CEO A Finalist In National Magazine Competition

Not to toot our own horn, but–wait, yes I will toot our own horn. Just learned that D will be represented by D CEO magazine in the 24th annual National City and Regional Magazine Awards competition. D CEO, which is D‘s business publication, was nominated as one of three five finalists in its category, called “ancillary publications.” Texas Monthly led the pack this year with multiple nominations in a variety of categories. The iron will be handed out at the annual conference of the City and Regional Magazine Association May 30-June 1 in New Orleans.

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Comments

  • JS

    “D CEO, you not ancillary.” [Full disclosure: The only reason I thought of this slightly modified line is because the movie was on last night and I unfortunately wasted a few brain cells watching about 10 minutes of it.]

  • Glenn Hunter

    Ben and RB: Because there seems to be some confusion, let me set the record straight. Adam was the founding editor of D CEO and did a stellar job, as I indicated last week. Adam left the publication in the fall of 2007 to oversee the D Web-site operation. That’s when I came aboard as editor of D CEO. The CRMA made its nomination based on three issues of D CEO: March 2008, June 2008 and September 2008. Now I hope you both will be able to sleep better.

  • ben

    oh.

  • RB

    Thanks Glenn. I was more or less aware of those facts. Perhaps I wouldn’t have taken issue w/ onewhoseesit’s comment if it had said “with the recent success” or “with the NCRMA nomination.” really, i’m not sure why i took issue with it at all. just didnt like the tone, really. Congrats on the nomination.

  • Ghost From Your Past

    onewhoseesit-

    You deserved to be crushed like the mindless worm you are. Wait, you aren’t Christine, are you?

  • Carl

    Ghost – ouch. Is this going to become a forum for disgruntled former employees? If it is, let me know and I’ll put the popcorn on the stove.

  • Nancy Nichols

    Way to go Glenn and the lovely Kristiana Heap and the talented Dave Moore. If anyone out there is looking for great hard-working folks, Kristiana and Dave are the finest.