National Magazine Winners

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Above left: Gayle King and Amy Gross of 'O: The Oprah Magazine' celebrate their first ever Ellie win. Above right: Chris Johns, editor in chief of National Geographic, took home the General Excellence win for titles with over 2 million circulation. | Photos: Steve Friedman / Friedman Studio/Dooley

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Above left: Chris Anderson, editor in chief of Wired, accepted the General Excellence award for magazines with 500,000 to 1 million circulation, on behalf of his staff, who toiled while he was on an extended speaking tour. Above right: Mark Strauss, editor of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, told the crowd that it may be a terrible title for a magazine, but he was happy to take home a general excellence award (under 100,000 circulation.). | Photos: Steve Friedman

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Above left: Actress Aisha Tyler, Glamour editor Cyndi Leive and singer K.T. Tunstall after the awards. Above right: Moises Naim, editor in chief of Foreign Policy, accepts the General Excellence award for 100,000 to 250,000 circulation. | Photos: Friedman Studio/Dooley

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Above left: Graydon Carter, Vanity Fair editor in chief, made two trips to the podium. Above right: But that doesn't impress Adam Moss. Did we mention he got 5? | Photos: Friedman Studio/Dooley / Steve Friedman

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