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AUTOMOBILE MAGAZINE RECEIVES AWARD FOR EDITORIAL EXCELLENCE

 NEW YORK, Sept. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- AUTOMOBILE Magazine, the fastest growing automotive-enthusiast publication in history, recently garnered an Editorial Excellence Award from Folio Magazine and MagazineWeek.
 The fourth annual contest, which drew a total of 334 entries in 42 narrowly defined categories, pitted magazines against standards defined by themselves rather than against one another.
 A panel of judges scored entrants on how clearly their mission statement was defined; how well the judged copies of the magazine accomplished the mission; how the magazine's mix of features and departments supported the mission; and how well the magazine's design and production values complemented its editorial goals.
 According to AUTOMOBILE Magazine Publisher Terry Russell, the mission of his publication is clear.
 "As the youngest book in our field, we strive to be the most contemporary in meeting the needs of today's reader with a magazine that's higher quality, better value and user-friendly.
 "We also stress the human aspects and personal experiences of automotive enthusiasm rather than torture-testing driving or technical minutia."
 Founded in 1986, AUTOMOBILE Magazine has already achieved circulation in excess of 575,000.
 Acclaimed in 1992 by AdWeek as one of the nation's 10 hottest publications, AUTOMOBILE Magazine is published by the K-III Magazine Corporation, which also produces Premiere, New York, Seventeen and New Woman.
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 /CONTACT: Chris Dirato, 212-315-4900, for AUTOMOBILE Magazine/


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