SPD PUB 46 Medal Finalists: Magazine of the Year, Print and Digital
Today SPD announced the medal finalists for PUB 46.
Gold and Silver Medals from the following list of Medal Finalists will be announced at the SPD Gala on Friday, May 13th at Cipriani’s Wall Street, and in some categories, two Silvers or two Golds. On top of that, our most successful Digital competition ever, expanded with more categories including the debut of editorial iPad apps brought us triple the amount of digital entries, and winners, from previous years.
Digital medal finalists include iheartradio, Marie Claire: Fall Fashion A-Z, Martha Stewart Living: Boundless Beauty, Martha Stewart Living: Martha Makes Cookies, The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, O the Oprah Magazine, People, Popular Mechanics, Real Simple: No Time to Cook, W and WIRED.
PUB 46 is guided by Chairpersons Andrea Dunham, Design Director of People and Brandon Kavulla, formerly Design Director at Men’ s Health and the new Creative Director at WIRED, with Magazine of the Year Chair Luke Hayman, Partner at Pentagram and Digital Co-Chairs Josh Klenert, Creative Director, Clear Channel Digital and Jeremy LaCroix, Creative Director, CBS Interactive.
Download the release for a full list of finalists.
We just relaunched iheartradio.com with a new design and organization. New feature and functionality include: Quick access to find radio stations easily; Sync favorite stations between online and mobile; our best local content, front and center: timely local programming get top billing on the new site. Editorial photo galleries and original videos now also get their own section. We’ve also used web fonts from Webtype.
Dee Snider of Twisted Sister stopped by the iheartradio offices the other day. What better that getting him on the phone with my dad to talk about Joel about his his cross-dressing past and being a juvenile delinquent.
Neon Trees expresses their love for all things 80s, including John Hughes films and the sitcom “Growing Pains” starring Alan Thicke. Watch as Tyler Glenn and Elaine Bradley belt out the “Growing Pains” theme song for iheartradio
As previously discussed on SPD.org, the lines between photo shoots and videos shoots are blurring more and more. iheartradio had Duffy down to perform for an intimate audience last week. Instead of shooting with our standard HD video cameras, we took the opportunity to shoot our pre-show interview with the Canon 5D Mark II with a macro lens to give a soft, cinematic feel to the interview. Check out the photo and video at SPD.org