Times Higher Education named magazine of the year

Times Higher Education has been awarded two of the top accolades at this year’s PPA Awards, taking the title of magazine of the year in its category.

June 16, 2011

As well as Weekly Business Magazine of the Year, THE also won Business Media Brand of the Year at the event held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London last night.

The judges described it as “an unbelievably good-looking magazine” with “exceptional content” that was “broad, imaginative and provocative”.

In the citation for Business Media Brand of the Year, they add that 2010 was “the year that this brand went global”.

Ann Mroz, editor of THE, said: “I am absolutely delighted and proud to have won these awards. We have been recognised for ‘exceptional content’ from an exceptional team – including our academic contributors. We could have had never achieved this without them.”

Ms Mroz was also shortlisted for Editor of the Year (Business Media) – an award that was won by Gerard Kelly, editor of THE’s sister publication Times Educational Supplement.

The TES also won the Digital Product of the Year award for its website www.tes.co.uk.

sarah.cunnane@tsleducation.com

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