News | Radiology Business | May 11, 2017

Imaging Technology News Wins Two 2017 Azbee Bronze Regional Awards for Editorial Excellence

Imaging Technology News Wins Two 2017 Azbee Bronze Regional Awards for Editorial Excellence

Scranton Gillette Communications’ Imaging Technology News (ITN) was recently named a 2017 Azbee Award winner in two Upper Midwest Regional categories. The annual Azbee Awards are hosted by the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) to recognize editorial and design excellence in the business, trade and specialty press.

ITN received an Azbee Bronze Regional Award in the Online Enterprise News Story category for “The Coming Push for DR/Technology Report: Digital Radiography,” and in the Print Regular Contributed Column category for its “How Intelligent Machines Could Make a Difference in Radiology/How Radiology Can Put the Patient First” column. The ITN editorial team recognized for these awards includes Editorial Director Melinda Taschetta-Millane; Contributing Editor Greg Freiherr; Editor Dave Fornell; and Associate Editor Jeff Zagoudis.

Sister publication Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology (DAIC) won the Azbee Regional Bronze Award in the Online Best Use of Social Media category. DAIC is also a national Azbee Award finalist in the same category. National Award winners will be announced on May 18 at an ASPBE banquet in St. Petersburg, Fla.

More than 1,200 entries in 76 categories were judged by a panel of 90+ experienced B2B editors and designers. The Upper Midwest regional awards were presented at the May 4 banquet held in Chicago.

SGC/SGC Horizon had a total of 14 regional and national Azbee 2017 finalist recognitions in multiple categories among nine of its brands, including ITN and DAIC. All nine won in their regional categories. For more information on ASBPE and its Azbee Awards program, visit www.asbpe.org.

ITN delivers industry news to nearly 35,000 purchase influencers in radiology, radiation oncology, women’s health and nuclear medicine departments at U.S.-based hospitals and imaging/oncology centers. To learn more about ITN and its products, visit www.itnonline.com.

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