FHM triumphs with top consumer prize at PPA’s ’97 awards

Emap Metro’s FHM took the top prize as consumer magazine of the year at the Periodical Publishers Association’s Magazines ’97 awards held this week.

Emap Metro’s FHM took the top prize as consumer magazine of the

year at the Periodical Publishers Association’s Magazines ’97 awards

held this week.



Alexandra Shulman of Conde Nast’s Vogue was voted consumer magazine

editor of the year, while Heather Love of IPC’s Marie Claire was named

consumer publisher of the year.



The business and professional magazine of the year was Investment Week,

published by City Financial Communications. Dulux’s Colour, published by

Redwood, was named top customer magazine, and BBC Magazines’ Homes and

Antiques was chosen as the consumer specialist magazine of the year.



IPC Magazines’ New Scientist was awarded a special prize for its

consistent excellence.



Full list of awards, page 2.



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