One week left to enter the Australian Magazine Awards

Lindsay Bennett
By Lindsay Bennett | 19 September 2017
Australian Magazine Awards 2015

This is the last week to enter the Australian Magazine Awards (AMA) and be celebrated as the most successful, innovative and impactful magazine brands and publishers in Australia.

The 2017 Australian Magazine Awards celebrate brilliance in publishing. 

The 2017 AMA's have been updated again this year with several new and evolved categories to recognise the premium, professionally produced content being created across the industry.

We’ve added new categories this year including Best Launch/Innovation/Brand Extension, this could be things like branded podcasts, and Best Feature Article, to recognise the quality content being produced.

We’ve also seen that there is incredible work being done by B2B publishers in the business press, and that deserves recognition too, so we’ve added B2B/Business Magazine Brand of the Year, B2B Event of the Year, B2B, and B2B Editor of the Year.

Entries are open until Tuesday 26 September. The full list of categories are below. You can find the entry kit here.

Last year, News Corp CDO Nicole Sheffield was honoured into the Hall of Fame and delivered a passionate address to the industry - to value the people that consume their products and content - not the ratings.

Who do you think should be nominated for Hall of Fame this year for their contribution to the magazine industry? We’re looking for people whose careers have been dedicated to magazine publishing and whose contribution has shaped the industry. You can email AdNews Publisher James Yaffa or Editor Rosie Baker with nominations.

Previous inductees into the AMA Hall of Fame include Donna Hay (2015), Jackie Frank (2014), Julia Zaetta (2013) and Ita Buttrose (2012).

Don't rely on a deadline extension - get your entries in now.

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