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WICI ANNOUNCES 1993 NATIONAL CLARION AWARD WINNERS ( d)

    ARLINGTON, Va., June 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Women in Communications, Inc. (WICI), announced today the winners of the 1993 National Clarion Awards competition, which recognizes outstanding achievements in all areas of communications.
    Open to all women and men professional communicators, the competition drew nearly 1,400 entries, and 88 Clarions were awarded. The nationwide competition offers awards in 85 categories in the areas of photography, newspapers, magazines/brochures/special publications, newsletters, public relations/marketing, audiovisual production, radio, television and advertising.  Categories are judged by communications experts across the country.  Judges select winners based on achievement of objective, creativity and content.
    Winners will be honored on Saturday, Oct. 2, 1993, during WICI's National Conference at the Westin William Penn Hotel in Pittsburgh.  All winning entries will be displayed at the Clarion Reception, which precedes WICI's gala Matrix Dinner.  The awards ceremony will be held at the dinner.
    1993 Clarion Award Winners:
    PHOTOGRAPHY
    Spot news photo:  "Harold...Dazed & Confused."  C. M. Guerrero,
    photographer; El Nuevo Herald, Miami.
    Feature/human interest photo:  "The Triple Axel."  Ken Regan,
    photographer, Camera 5; James Colton, director of photography;
    Newsweek, New York.
    Photo series:  "The Healing Touch."  Lynn Johnson, photographer,
    Black Star; James Colton, director of photography; Newsweek, New
    York.
    NEWSPAPER
    Newspaper article/hard news story:  "The Deadly Practice of
    Divorce."  Joan Cheever, Joanne Naiman, reporters; Doreen
    Weisenhaus, editor in chief; The National Law Journal, New York.
    Newspaper article/feature story:  "Women of the Veil."  Deborah
    Scroggins, staff writer; Jean Shifrin, staff photographer; Atlanta
    Journal-Constitution, Atlanta.
    Newspaper editorial/opinion column:  John Nichols, associate editor;
    The Blade, Toledo, Ohio.
    Newspaper regular non-opinion column:  "Skin Trade."  Lisa Jones;
    The Village Voice, New York.
    Newspaper investigative series, features, special section,  group
    project or special edition -- circulation of 100,000 or fewer:
    "Unequal Protection:  The Racial Divide in Environmental Law."
    Marianne Lavelle, Marcia Coyle, Claudia MacLachlan, reporters; The
    National Law Journal, New York.
    Newspaper investigative series, features, special section, group
    project or special edition -- circulation of more than 100,000:
    "Women's Health Issues."  Patricia Anstett, staff writer; Detroit
    Free Press, Detroit.
    MAGAZINES/BROCHURES/SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS
    Magazine article -- external weekly publication: "Sea of Lies."
    John Barry, national security correspondent; Newsweek, New York.
    Magazine article -- external monthly publication:  (Two Winners)
    "In Search of Common Ground."  Jennifer Wolff, writer; Lisa Bain,
    editor; Glamour, New York.
    "A Moment of Love."  Karen Walden, editor in chief; Stephanie von
    Hirschberg, senior editor; Nicole Gregory, writer; New Woman, New
    York.
    Magazine article -- internal publication:  "His Sweetest Success."
    Catherine S. Fee, staff manager; AT&T, Basking Ridge, N.J.
    Magazine editorial/opinion column:  "Making Sense of la Difference,"
    "Stamping Out a Dread Scourge" and "Why Women Finally Are Winning."
    Barbara Ehreureich; TIME, New York.
    Magazine regular non-opinion column:  "Truth in Fashion."  Irene
    Daria, Christine Fellingham, writers; Joanne Mattera, editor;
    Glamour, New York.
    Magazine series, group project, special section or special edition
    -- external publication:  "My Breast."  Joyce Wadler, free-lance
    writer; New York, New York.
    External magazine, corporate/for-profit:  "Mature Outlook."
    Marjorie Groves, editor; Robert Riley, art director; Meredith Corp.,
    Des Moines, Iowa.
    External magazine, non-profit:  "National Parks."  Sue E. Dodge,
    editor; National Parks and Conservation Association, Washington.
    Internal magazine, corporate/for-profit:  "AT&T Encore Magazine."
    Carol Albright, Catherine S. Fee, staff managers; AT&T, Basking
    Ridge, N.J.
    Internal magazine, non-profit:  "Storytelling Magazine."  Mary C.
    Weaver, editor; Jane L. Hillhouse, art director; Jimmy Neil Smith,
    executive director; National Association for the Preservation and
    Perpetuation of Storytelling, Knoxville, Tenn.
    Most improved magazine:  "NUKEM Market Report."  Dr. Arthur Max,
    manager, Nuclear Fuel Market Consulting; Elizabeth A. Martin,
    director, market publications and consulting; Edward F. Giltenan,
    managing editor; NUKEM, Inc., Stamford, Conn.
    Brochure, corporate/for-profit:  "Credit Cards:  An Owner's Manual."
    Mary Coady, manager, editorial services; VISA U.S.A. Inc., San
    Mateo, Calif.
    Brochure, non-profit:  "Enhancing the Quality of Life."  Heather
    Stein; Pittsburgh.
    Special print communications - internal:  "Voluntary Retirement."
    D.C. Poeppelmeier, coordinator; James Ross, video specialist; Ohio
    Edison Company, Akron, Ohio.
    Special print communications, 1-2 colors:  "Techniques for an
    Empowered Workforce."  Development Dimensions International,
    Bridgeville, Pa.
    Special print communications, 3 or more colors:  "Pittsburgh Always
    Shows You Its Best Face."  Greater Pittsburgh Convention & Visitors
    Bureau, Pittsburgh.
    Reference/resource directory:  "The Scottsdale Resident's Guide."
    Lisa Honebrink, public affairs specialist II; City of Scottsdale,
    Scottsdale, Ariz.
    NEWSLETTERS
    External newsletter, corporate/for-profit: (Two Winners)
    "MediaQuest."  Mariesa K. Kemble, Barbara Kalunian, publishers;
    Linda BJ Petrillo, assistant editor; MediaQuest, Boston.
    "Off Mike Newsletter."  Laura Cox, promotion/community services
    manager and editor; Malou Nubla, assistant editor; KGO Radio, San
    Francisco.
    External newsletter, non-profit:  "St. Bernard-Elmwood Place
    Newsletter."  Diane J. Tomasik, communications coordinator; St.
    Bernard-Elmwood Place Schools, St. Bernard, Ohio.
    Internal newsletter, corporate/for-profit:  "ANC News."  Carol A.
    Constantine, vice president, corporate communications; Polly Moles,
    manager, internal communications; American National Can Company,
    Chicago.
    Internal newsletter, non-profit:  "Supply Lines."  Kevin Whattam,
    editor; Sara B. Nelson, illustrator; Supply System, Richland, Wash.
    Most improved newsletter:  "Southern Highlights."  Sam Heys, editor;
    Southern Highlights staff; Southern Company Services, Inc., Atlanta.
    PUBLIC RELATIONS/MARKETING
    Public relations one-time campaign, corporate/for-profit:  "Ohio
    Relay Service."  Diane B. Pucko, vice president; Rick Williams, art
    director; George Brown, copywriter; PROCONSUL Public Relations,
    Cleveland.
    Public relations one-time campaign, non-profit:  "Community
    Relations Campaign for the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute."
    Barry Huey, Bullock & Cook Advertising, Inc.; Jesse J. Lewis &
    Associates Advertising, Inc., Birmingham, Ala.
    Public relations campaign, ongoing:  "CreditWise."  Mary Coady,
    manager, editorial services; VISA U.S.A. Inc., San Mateo, Calif.
    Public affairs campaign, ongoing:  "City for Youth."  Paula
    Sulinski, creative director; David Devereaux, producer; John
    O'Donnell, publicist; WTVS Detroit Public Television, Detroit.
    Special event:  "Walk of Paws."  Lisa Kerth, director of
    communications; Lynn Terry, public relations specialist; Humane
    Society of Austin & Travis County, Austin, Texas.
    Video news release:  "At Least You Have Your Health."  Denise J.
    Patton, vice president, public relations; National Association of
    Life Underwriters, Washington.
    Annual report:  "Taking Shape:  Adapting to Remain Effective."  Judy
    Y. Samelson, vice president, communications; Charles Stewart Mott
    Foundation, Flint, Mich.
    Crisis communications campaign:  "Andrew-Busters."  Joe Lacher;
    Spero Canton; Southern Bell, Miami.
    Community relations campaign:  "Liz Claiborne, Inc. Women's Work."
    Liz Claiborne, Inc.; Maria Kalligeros, vice president, Patrice
    Tanaka & Company, Inc., New York.
    Community service campaign:  "The Arby's 'Neighbors in Need'
    Program."  Lynn Sokler, Caroline Duffy, vice presidents; Manning,
    Selvage & Lee/Atlanta, Atlanta.
    Marketing communications campaign -- established products or
    services:  "AHA Hispanic Outreach Initiative."  American Heart
    Association, Dallas.
    Marketing communications campaign - new products or services: (Two
    Winners) "Misericordia on Motherhood."  JoAnn Mower, chief executive
    officer; Rosanio, Bailets & Talamo, Inc., Cherry Hill, N.J.
    "Debut of the New Charlotte Convention Center."  Jeanne Swenson, New
    Charlotte Convention Center; Ron Funari, Charlotte
    Convention/Visitors Bureau; Price McNabb Advertising Agency,
    Charlotte, N.C.
    Direct-mail campaign:  "REALTOR/Real People."  Real Estate Today,
    NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS, Chicago.
    Single direct-mail piece:  "USA Weekend Family Flakes."  Bruce
    Kimerer, promotion director/writer; Rob Glaubke, designer; Kris
    Juzaitis, creative director; USA Weekend, New York.
    Conference/convention promotion:  "WICI Southwest Regional
    Conference."  Austin, Texas.
    AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTION
    Informational and/or training video:  "Smart Investments:  Shaping
    Your Future Today."  Profit Sharing Council of America, Chicago.
    Videotape, film or slide/tape presentation -- 15 minutes or less:
    "Bell System History."  Brian Schmidlin, Fred Wessel, directors,
    Schmidlin-Wessel Production; Paula Orth, writer/producer, Wisconsin
    Bell, Milwaukee.
    Videotape, film or slide/tape presentation -- longer than 15
    minutes:  "D&B TV."  The D&B TV Team; Dun & Bradstreet Information
    Services, North America, Murray Hill, N.J.
    RADIO
    Radio spot news:  "Los Angeles, April 29, 1992:  After the
    Verdicts." Ina Jaffe, reporter; Adrienne Ciuffo, Loretta Williams,
    producers; National Public Radio, Los Angeles.
    Radio feature spot:  "Mona and Ilona."  Tovia K. Smith, reporter;
    WBUR, Boston.
    Radio documentary program:  "An Intimate Portrait of Race in
    Boston."  Cecilia Vaisman, Jay Allison, Christina Egloff, producers;
    WGBH Radio Boston, Boston.
    Radio documentary series:  "Today in Texas."  Jim Gough, host/
    narrator, producer; Bob Flagg, writer; Jim Gough Enterprises,
    Houston.
    Radio public service announcement:  "El Susto."  American Heart
    Association, Dallas.
    Weekly radio show:  "World News This Week."  Gil Longin, writer;
    John Grimes, anchor; ABC News, Radio, New York.
    Daily radio show:  "Which Way, L.A.?  LAPD Use of Force."  Warren
    Olney, host/anchor; Ruth Hirschman, executive producer; KCRW (FM),
    Santa Monica, Calif.
    Women's issues radio program:  "Eternal Vigilance."  Laura L.
    Sydell, producer/writer; Paul Ruest, co-producer; Amy Goodman,
    editor; Listen Up Productions, New York.
    TELEVISION
    Television spot news story from a network or national syndicated
    production:  "CNN Somalia Coverage:  Operation Restore Hope:
    Dec. 9, 1992."  Cable News Network, Atlanta.
    Television spot news story from a local production:  "Tanker
    Explosion."  Maryann Lazarski, executive producer; Jerry Huffman,
    producer; Mark Parikka, associate producer; WISN-TV, Milwaukee.
    Television feature story from a network or national syndicated
    production:  "Handel's Messiah."  Jamie Gangel, national
    correspondent; Bert Medley, producer; Jeff Zucker, executive
    producer; "The Today Show," NBC News, Washington.
    Television feature story from a local production: "Born To Run."
    Donald Thoms, executive producer; Michael English, producer; Charles
    Bokor, segment producer; Maryland Public Television, Owings Mills,
    Md.
    Comprehensive or ongoing television feature story from a network or
    national syndicated production:  "Long Journey Home -- 20/20."  Tom
    Jarriel, correspondent; Janice Tomlin, producer; Victor Neufeld,
    executive producer; Capital Cities/ABC, Inc., New York.
    Comprehensive or ongoing television feature story from a local
    production:  "Rethinking the American Dream."  Wayne Garcia,
    reporter; Glenn Aust, photographer/editor; KIRO TV, Seattle.
    Television Investigative news coverage:  "Brainless Babies."  Pamela
    Hill, vice president and executive producer; Mark Feldstein,
    correspondent; CNN Special Assignment, New York.
    Television documentary program from a network or national syndicated
    production:  "48 HOURS:  Killer Next Door."  CBS News/48 HOURS, New
    York.
    Television documentary program from a local production:  "Victim No
    More."  Laura Carter, executive producer; Lisa Brown, producer; Pat
    Harvey, host; KCAL-TV, Los Angeles.
    Television documentary series from a network or national syndicated
    production:  "The People Bomb."  CNN Special Reports'; Cable News
    Network, Atlanta.
    Television documentary series from a local production:  "Breast
    Cancer:  My Personal Story."  Lu Ann Cahn, reporter/ producer; Kathi
    Johnson, photographer/producer/editor; Steve Doerr, executive
    producer; WCAU-TV, Philadelphia.
    Television public affairs program:  "On Our Toes:  From the Barrio
    to the Ballet."  Christina Gonzalez, reporter; KTTV-TV, Hollywood,
    Calif.
    Television sports news coverage:  "Mike Tyson Trial Coverage."  Dave
    Brofsky, producer; Charley Steiner, reporter; Jim Drucker, legal
    correspondent; ESPN, Bristol, Conn.
    Television health/medical news story:  "Binge Eating Disorder
    Series."  Ellen Shuman, Family! reporter; Scott Wegener,
    videographer; WCPO-TV, Cincinnati.
    Television talk show:  "To the Contrary."  Carol Wonsavage, Susan
    Morrison, executive producers; Melissa Martin, show producer; Bonnie
    Erbe, host; Maryland Public Television, Owings Mills, Md.
    Television newsmagazine program:  "Oprah: Behind the Scenes II."
    Debra DiMaio, executive producer; Lloyd Kramer, producer; Wendy
    Roth, coordinating producer; HARPO Productions, Inc., Chicago.
    Television station/image promotion spot:  "Dirty Laundry."  Judy
    Finch, senior producer; Comedy Central, New York.
    Television public service announcement:  "Look Good...Feel Better."
    Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association Foundation; American
    Cancer Society; National Cosmetology Association, Washington.
    ADVERTISING
    Advertising media kit:  "1993 ASHA Media Kit."  Pamela J. Leppin,
    advertising sales manager; Joyce Mulcahy, graphic designer; American
    Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Rockville, Md.
    Business-to-business print advertising:  "The Magnificent Seven."
    Jan Cain, president/creative director; Daniel Thompson, art
    director/copy director; Robin Slough, designer; Rob Lang,
    photographer; Mercado/Cain Associates, Inc., New York.
    Consumer print advertising:  "Every Woman."  Gerald Weinstein,
    executive vice president/creative director; Alexandra Botwin, art
    director; Leah Gans, copywriter; Medicus Consumer/DMB&B, New York.
    Radio advertising spot:  "Comparison Shopping."  Ross Crusemann,
    director of marketing; Thomas Hripko, writer; The Richards Group,
    Dallas.
    Television advertising spot:  "Voluntary Hospitals of America --
    'Cars/People.'"  Melinda Marcus, creative director; Scott
    Thibodeaux, art director; Max Wright, senior copywriter; Marcus &
    Associates, Dallas.
    Single-medium print business-to-business advertising campaign:
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