Soundings wins award for editorial excellence

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Trade Only’s sister magazine, Soundings, won a Bronze Eddie award for its July 2007 issue. It is the second consecutive year Soundings has won an Eddie for a full issue.

Folio: magazine announced the winners of its annual Eddie Awards for Editorial Excellence and Ozzie Awards for Magazine Design in Chicago last week. This year's competition drew more than 2,800 entries. Nearly 350 Gold, Silver and Bronze awards were given in more than 100 categories.

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Soundings took the Bronze in the Consumer, Sport category. It is magazine’s fourth Eddie award. Soundings has won two other Bronze Eddies for full issues and a Gold Eddie for Best Supplemental Annual or One-Shot, “101 Answers to Your Toughest Boating Questions.”

“It’s always gratifying to be recognized for the hard work that everyone on the team puts forth to make each issue of Soundings special,” said Bill Sisson, editor-in-chief of Soundings and Trade Only. “The July issue cited by the judges represents a strong collaboration between writers, editors and designers. It’s nice when it all comes together.”

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