News | Radiology Business | February 19, 2020

ITN Named a Finalist in the 66th Annual Jesse H. Neal Awards

Recognized as the “Pulitzer Prize of the business press,” the Jesse H. Neal Award finalists are selected for exhibiting journalistic enterprise, service to the industry and editorial craftsmanship

Recognized as the “Pulitzer Prize of the business press,” the Jesse H. Neal Award finalists are selected for exhibiting journalistic enterprise, service to the industry and editorial craftsmanship

February 19, 2020 — Connectiv, a division of The Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA), has announced the finalists for the 66th Annual Jesse H. Neal Awards, which include two Wainscot Media brands—Imaging Technology News and Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology. In January, Park Ridge, N.J.-based publisher Wainscot Media acquired ITN and its sister publication DAIC from Scranton Gillette Communications

The Jesse H. Neal Awards are the most prestigious editorial honors in the field of specialized journalism. Named after Jesse H. Neal, the first managing director of Connectiv, the Neal Awards were established in 1955 to recognize and reward editorial excellence in business media. Award-winning content reports on major industry issues of the time. Neal winners have exposed corruption and conflicts of interest and brought attention to major new trends, brilliant leadership, innovative tactics, and key developments in global businesses.

 

Recognized as the “Pulitzer Prize of the business press,” the Jesse H. Neal Award finalists are selected for exhibiting journalistic enterprise, service to the industry and editorial craftsmanship.

 

The entries selected as finalists include:

 

 

 

ITN has been honored with this prestigious award several times in the past:

2019: WINNER Best Technical Content "The Debate Over Gadolinium MRI Contrast Toxicity"

2018: FINALIST Best Range of Work By a Single Author The range of work featured articles on trends in radiology technology, blogs, social media posts, and editorial videos filmed by ITN Editor Dave Fornell

2017: FINALIST Best Commentary/Blog Greg Freiherr, “How Radiology Can Put the Patient First”

2016: FINALIST Best Commentary/Blog Greg Freiherr, “Deals Proliferate in the Dangerous World of CT”

2013: FINALIST Best Single Issue of a Tabloid/Newspaper April 2012 issue

 

The winners will be announced by Connectiv at an awards luncheon held on March 27 in New York City. For more information: www.siia.net/neals

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