FORT ATKINSON, Wis.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Once again, Cygnus Business Media was recognized by the media industry at the recent min’s 2012 Editorial and Design Awards held in New York. As a leading business-to-business media company, three of Cygnus’ innovative products were finalists in this annual awards competition. http://www.minonline.com/awards/editdesign/2012winners/
Firehouse’s iPad App won in the category of Best App (Editorial) for B-to-B. Entries in this category included O: Oprah Magazine, Esquire, Popular Mechanics, Sports Illustrated and CRN Tech News.
Mass Transit’s Mass Transit TV won in the category of Best Video Program (Online) for B-to-B. Finalists in this category included Entertainment Weekly Magazine, Foreign Affairs Focus, Fashion Mission – Marie Claire, Redbook’s Truth About Trying and Enterprise Efficiency’s Video Symposium.
Honorable mention was given to “Step Outside the Ordinary” – Media Kits from Cygnus’ Construction Group in the category Media Kit or Marketing Material (Design).
John French, Cygnus’ CEO commented, “The talent we have and the quality of work we put out every day here at Cygnus continues be head and shoulders above our competition and these awards validate our hard work.”
Cygnus Business Media reaches millions of professionals annually. As one of America’s top business-to-business media companies, Cygnus is leading the way in providing targeted content to top decision-makers and organizations. The company’s corporate initiatives and organizational architecture are built with one goal: fully engaging audiences in aviation, building & construction, public safety & security, and agriculture vertical markets, as well as diversified industries such as transportation, printing, accounting, and vending.
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