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Ziff Davis’ ‘Baseline’ wins Grand Neal Award

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New York—Ziff Davis Media’s Baseline  won the Grand Neal Award at Wednesday’s 51st annual Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards. The magazine won for the story, "We Did Nothing Wrong," which chronicled how inferior radiation dosage software led to the deaths of at least five patients.

International Data Group’s CXO Media won four awards, three by CSO magazine and one by CIO magazine. IDG also won best Web site for PCWorld.com.

VNU Business Media’s Whitney Sielaff, publisher/editorial director of National Jeweler, won the Timothy White Award for editorial integrity. IDG’s Scott Berinato, senior editor of CIO and CSO, won the McAllister Editorial Fellowship.

Another IDG employee, Lew McCreary, editorial director of the company’s CXO Media unit, won the G.D. Crain Jr. Award for outstanding contributions to the development of editorial excellence in business media. The Crain award is named for the founder of Crain Communications Inc., publisher of BtoB.

—Sean Callahan

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