Times Higher Education has been crowned Digital Publication of the Year at the UK’s Newspaper & Magazine Awards.
The award, presented by the Association of Circulation Executives, recognised the rapid growth of THE’s institutional subscription readership.
Dozens of universities around the world have now signed up to secure institution-wide digital access to all of THE’s news and analysis, with the judging panel praising the title’s “impressive results, innovation and revenue generation”.
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John Gill, THE’s editor, said: “Times Higher Education has been keeping university staff informed and, we hope, entertained for five decades, and as we approach our half-century we’re delighted that so many universities are subscribing on behalf of all their staff and students.
“The way that people interact with media has changed beyond recognition in recent years and publishing models that once supported journalism have had to change too. THE now has more readers, across more of the world, than ever before, and is investing in its award-winning content team, with recent appointments in Berlin and Sydney strengthening our international reach.
“We are grateful to all our subscribers and, if your institution is not yet on board, we would be delighted to talk to you about how we can work with you to keep your staff fully up to date on our rapidly evolving sector.”
The award was presented at a ceremony held at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square on 3 May. It comes after THE was named the UK’s Business Magazine of the Year at the 2017 Professional Publishers Association Awards.