Hearst picks up highest nominations at PPA Awards

Hearst Magazines UK, which publishes Cosmopolitan and Good Housekeeping, has received the most number of nominations for this year's PPA Awards.

Hearst Magazines UK: it has received the most number of nominations in the PPA Awards
Hearst Magazines UK: it has received the most number of nominations in the PPA Awards

Good Housekeeping and Men’s Health were shortlisted in the Consumer Media Brand of the Year category. Hearst received 19 nominations this year, compared with 30 last year.

Shortlist Media Group was the second most-nominated publisher with 15 entries shortlisted. Its women’s freesheet Stylist has been nominated for Consumer Media Brand of the Year too.

Grazia and Motorcycle News, the Bauer Media titles, have also been nominated in this category. Bauer picked up 14 nominations, as did Time Inc, overall.

Two of Dennis Publishing’s titles, Auto Express and The Week, are in the category too, as are NME, Radio Times, T3 and Vogue.

Esquire, Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar and Women’s Health are also up for Consumer Magazine of the Year.

The Big Issue, Empire, Good Homes, Porter, Radio Times, Stylist, The Week, and Vogue have also been shortlisted in the category.

Haymarket Media Group has been shortlisted 13 times with three nominations for Campaign writers Kate Magee and Maisie McCabe.

The winners will be announced on 30 June at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane in London.

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