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ABM chooses Tennant as 2007 Timothy White Award recipient

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New York—American Business Media has named Don Tennant, VP-editor in chief of Computerworld, as this year’s recipient of the Timothy White Award for Editorial Integrity. He will be honored at the 53rd Annual Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards luncheon March 22 at New York’s Waldorf-Astoria. Tennant, who has been editor in chief of IDG Communications’ Computerworld since 2004, joined the U.S. edition of the magazine in 2000. Before that, he spent eight years as editor in chief of the Hong Kong edition. The Timothy White Award, named after the late Billboard editor, recognizes business journalists whose “work demonstrates the integrity, courage and passion that White displayed throughout his career,” according to ABM.
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