American Society of Magazine Editors

Ellie Winners Mingle With Meg Ryan, Anderson Cooper

The New NMA's: At Night and in Black Tie

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NEW YORK ( -- The 2006 National Magazine Awards, presented by American Society of Magazine Editors, were held May 9 at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Above left: Evan Smith, ASME VP and editor, 'Texas Monthly'; Cindi Leive, incoming ASME president and editor in chief, 'Glamour'; CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, NMA guest presenter; Mark Whitaker, outgoing ASME president and editor, 'Newsweek'; and Marlene Kahan, executive director, ASME. | Photo Credit: Friedman Studio/Dooley. Above, right: Acclaimed jazz artist Wynton Marsalis welcomes magazine editors and publishers to his Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, where he is the artistic director.

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NEW YORK ( -- The 40th anniversary celebration of ASME's National Magazine Awards brought out the stars. Above left: Supermodel Alek Wek, guest presenter, and Marlene Kahan, executive director, ASME. | Photo Credit: Steve Friedman. Above right: Cindi Leive, ASME president; actress Meg Ryan, guest presenter; and Martha Stewart, founder, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.

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NEW YORK ( Above, left: Evan Smith, ASME VP and editor of 'Texas Monthly,' presents an 'Ellie' (for 'Personal Service') to Lucy Danziger, editor in chief, 'Self.' Above, right: 'Ellie' winners Adam Moss, editor in chief, 'New York' (for 'General Excellence' and 'Design'); Jann Wenner, editor in chief, 'Rolling Stone' (for 'Reporting' and 'Photo Portfolio/Photo Essay'); and David Remnick, editor, 'The New Yorker' (for 'Columns and Commentary' and 'Public Interest.')

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NEW YORK ( -- Above, left: 'Ellie' winner Jim Kelly, managing editor, 'Time' (for 'General Excellence' and 'Single-topic Issue') | Photo Credit: Steve Friedman. Above, right: Jonathan Dorn, editor in chief, 'Backpacker' (left, standing) celebrates an 'Ellie' win (for 'Magazine Section') with colleagues Matthew Bates, design director (in glasses), and Peter Flax, executive editor.

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