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Last night, the Association of Independent Creative Editors announced the winners of its 6th annual commercials editing awards at the Grand Ballroom of Navy Pier in Chicago, recognizing editors in 18 different categories. Rick Russell of Final Cut earned the national campaign award, for his work on Sony's PS3 launch campaign. The award for comedy editing went to Jake Jacobsen, for Dairy Queen's "Carry On," while Cutters' Carlos Lowenstein earned the dialog award for Hallmark's "Taxi." Montage winner Neil Gust of Outside Editorial earned an honor for montage editing of Jaguar's "XKR Launch," and Kirk Baxter of Rock, Paper, Scissors received the storytelling award for Levi's "News Story." Chris Franklin of Big Sky earned the effects editing award for on American Express' "Animals," while Cut+Run's Tim Hardy received recognition for music/sound, on the Honda "Choir" parody "Team Viral" for 118 118. The Local Spot award went to Homestead's Charly Bender for Full Frame Film Festival's "March of the Penguins," Cosmo Street's Lawrence Young earned the PSA nod for American Legacy Foundation's "Hospital Beds," and spec awards went to Panic and Bob's Michelle Czukar, for adidas' "Four Minute Mile" and Cake editor Rick Lobo, for Hershey's "Time Machine." All the winners, including the "Best of" major city honorees, can be viewed on the AICE website. The winners will also become part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Television and Radio in New York and Los Angeles.