Active Interest Media wins publishing award

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Active Interest Media won the 2013 Publishing Innovator of the Year Award in the magazine category from Book Business and Publishing Executive.

AIM — which publishes titles that include Soundings Trade Only — Sourcebooks and the American Physical Society were selected as this year's winners.

The award recognizes publishing companies that have demonstrated “significant innovation” in the last year. A winner is chosen from each of the following three categories: book, magazine, and scientific, technical and medical publishers.

Previous winners include HarperCollins, Scholastic, Time, Esquire and the Hachette Book Group.

The awards will be presented during a ceremony at the 2013 Publishing Business Conference and Expo, which continues through Wednesday at the New York Marriott Marquis in Times Square.

AIM, a Boulder, Colo.-based company, has grown to become a 50-magazine multimedia business during the last decade. In 2013, it acquired Ski, Skiing, Oxygen, Clean Eating and MuscleMag International. In conjunction with its magazines, AIM also produces videos, books, conferences and trade shows.

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