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COMPUTER PRESS ASSOCIATION RECOGNIZES PC WEEK AS BEST COMPUTER NEWSPAPER

 COMPUTER PRESS ASSOCIATION RECOGNIZES PC WEEK AS
 BEST COMPUTER NEWSPAPER
 MEDFORD, Mass., April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- At its seventh annual Computer Press Awards ceremony, The Computer Press Association named PC WEEK "The Best Computer Newspaper (circulation more than 50,000)."
 More than 33 judges evaluated approximately 100 entries submitted in the competition's 21 categories. Judges comprised a variety of computer journalists and selected one winner and two equal runners up per category. Criteria used included creativity, presentation, clarity, accuracy and significance to the respective audiences.
 Judges' comments on PC WEEK included, "The encyclopedia of weeklies for the desktop .. vital to its market and vast in coverage... Strong product reviews and justifiably proud of its tradition of breaking news."
 Co-sponsored by The Computer Press Association and Citizen America Corporation, which markets computer peripherals through distributors and OEMs, The Computer Press Awards honor outstanding journalism in the high technology industry. As the oldest and most distinguished writing competition of its kind, it provides computer journalists a means to evaluate their work.
 In accepting the award, Sam Whitmore, PC WEEK editor-in -chief noted the award validates that over the past few years, the newspaper has been able to assemble what he believes is the best crew -- editorial, art, and production -- in the industry. He also credited the success of PC WEEK to providing the information and analysis today's corporate computing market requires.
 "Our mission is the timely delivery of product and industry information to those whose careers depend on it -- the volume buyers of microcomputer and networking technology," he explained. "They demand detailed knowledge, current knowledge of how microcomputer and networking components plug and play in corporate-wide information systems that grow increasingly complex. It is our ability to deliver this information that allowed us to receive the CPA award today."
 The Computer Press Association is a non-profit, professional organization promoting excellence in computer journalism. Membership is open to working journalists and individuals interested in computer journalism.
 PC WEEK, the national newspaper of corporate computing, is published by Ziff-Davis Publishing company, a division of Ziff Communications. Headquartered in Medford, Mass., PC WEEK's controlled circulation base includes more than 220,000 buyers who make volume purchases of PC products and reaches more than 92,100 business units. By definition, every PC WEEK business unit has at least 10 installed PC's, the average being 230.
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 /CONTACT: Patrick Ward of PC WEEK, 617-393-3698; or Cynthia Rizzo of Agnew, Carter, McCarthy, Inc, 617-437-7722, for PC WEEK/ CO: PC WEEK ST: Massachusetts IN: CPR SU:


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