For the second year in a row, TWICE has received an honorable mention in the News Coverage competition of the international “Tabbie” Awards, presented by the Trade, Association and Business Publications International group (TABPI).
This year TWICE was honored for the news coverage in our International CES and International CES Post-Show issues during 2005. Last year TWICE received a “Tabbie” honorable mention for news coverage in our International CES Post-Show and CEDIA Show issues during 2004.
The “Tabbie” Awards is an editorial and design competition that is open to English-language B to B publications worldwide that are published at least quarterly. The “Tabbies” are judged by editors of B to B publications around the world. This awards program drew almost 800 nominations from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Germany, India, Lebanon, Ireland, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates.
“We are honored that our news coverage on International CES and CEDIA has been recognized by a panel of our international peers. Congratulations to the TWICE editorial staff for a job well done,” said Marcia Grand, publisher of TWICE.
Gary Shapiro, president/CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), producer of CES, issued a statement saying, “We are thrilled to see TWICE win a 'Tabbie' award for the second year in a row for its International CES news coverage. TWICE and the entire Reed [Business Information] family of publications have been wonderful partners to CEA and the International CES and we congratulate them for this international industry recognition of their outstanding editorial work. We look forward to another great news cycle as we celebrate 40 years of the International CES this January.”
TWICE has also won the Best Digital TV Journalism award from the Academy of Digital Television Pioneers in 2002 and 2004.