Harper's Bazaar is magazine of the year

LONDON - NatMags' Harper's Bazaar scooped the gong for consumer magazine of the year at last night's Periodical Publishers' Association, with CMP Information's Property Week taking the title of business magazine of the year.

It is the second win in two years for NatMags, which last year took the title for Good Housekeeping. 

CMP Information's Safety & Health Practitioner was named monthly business magazine of the year, with customer magazine of the year going to John Brown's 33 Thoughts.

IPC's Media's Jo Smalley was named consumer publisher of the year for his work at Nuts, with CMP Information's Adrian Barrick taking business publisher of the year for Building.

Business editor of the year was Richard Vize of Emap Communication's Local Government Chronicle, and consumer editor of the year Morgan Rees of NatMags' Men's Health.

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