Crain's New York is inviting and sassy
A story on Crain’s New York Business about its recent awards won from the Alliance of Area Business Publications has some judges’ comments about the weekly business newspaper.
The story stated, “‘This publication is inviting to read and has great, sassy writing,â€™’ the judges said. ‘The personality of New York shows through in the lively, stylish stories and sophisticated editing. Strong cover stories, particularly the investigative pieces, help make this a winner. Solid headings and design rounded out the package.’
“In addition, the paper won a first-place award for the best use of photography and illustration and a third place for best overall design.
“Editor Greg David received a first-place award for editorial writing for his 2007 column ‘How to Save the Garment District.’ Senior reporter Aaron Elstein won a second place for his 2007 investigative story, ‘The Swindle on Staten Island.’”
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