The 1997 National Magazine Awards for general excellence were presented today to Conde Nast Publications' Vanity Fair
(for magazines with more than 1 million circulation), Mariah Media's Outside
(400,000 to 1 million circulation), Wired
(100,000 to 400,000 circulation) and I.D. Magazine
(for less than 100,000 circulation). There were three double winners: Outside
, which also won for reporting; I.D. Magazine
, which also won for design, and The New Yorker
for fiction and for essays/criticism. Two Time Inc. titles picked up awards: Sports Illustrated
for feature writing and Fortune
for public interest. A new award, for general excellence in new media, was presented to Time Inc.'s Money Online
. The awards were given by the American Society of Magazine Editors at a New York luncheon.
Copyright April 1997, Crain Communications Inc.