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The History Channel Magazine Wins Two Prestigious Awards at Excellence Awards Gala
posted on December 08, 2011 09:54
MINNETONKA, MN – The History Channel Magazine, a co-branded publication associated with the popular television network, won Silver and Bronze Awards at the Excellence Awards Gala sponsored by the Minnesota Magazine & Publishing Association in Minneapolis on November 3, 2011. Both awards were given for the “Editor’s Letter to the Readers” column written by Jim Tarbox, who serves as the editor of The History Channel Magazine.
The “Editor’s Letter to the Readers” column gives editor Jim Tarbox a chance to reflect on the theme of the magazine or other topical issues. A column titled “History at 12 mph” won the Silver Award, while a column titled “Are We Out of Ideas” took home the Bronze Award. “History at 12 mph” examined the benefits of exploring history at a slower pace while riding a bicycle. Tarbox cited the opportunities to see out-of-the-way places up close and unrushed. “Are We Out of Ideas” explored America’s historical and contemporary role as a leader in innovation, while also considering the new competitive global pressures faced by the United States today.
The History Channel Magazine is a nationally distributed magazine for members of The History Channel Club, a membership association for anyone with a passion for exploring the stories behind the people, places and events that have impacted American history. The magazine comes as a benefit of membership, along with a number of other exclusive privileges such as a member-focused website dedicated to history, an e-newsletter called Daily History and the opportunity to enter giveaways for history-related prizes. For more information about The History Channel Magazine and The History Channel Club, visit
The History Channel Club is operated as a partnership between North American Membership Group, based in Minnetonka, Minnesota, and A&E Television Networks, which is the parent company of The History Channel, also known as HISTORY®.
Minnesota has a thriving publishing and printing industry. The Minnesota Magazine & Publishing Association Excellent Awards Competition was established 15 years ago to recognize and foster outstanding publishing achievement. Winning an award is a very competitive and prestigious achievement.
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