Computerworld and Internet Magazine journalists took away several awards at the Qantas Media 2002 Print Awards in Auckland on Friday night.
Computerworld features editor Darren Greenwood won the award for best information technology feature (newspaper) with Shoring up security, while Computerworld’s chief reporter Andrea Malcolm and deputy editor Mark Broatch were the other finalists in the category. Greenwood was also a finalist in the best (newspaper) IT news category (won by Michael Foreman of the New Zealand Herald).
Internet Magazine assistant editor Fiona Mayo won the award for the best IT feature (magazine) with Heal Thyself, while Internet Magazine columnist Geoff Palmer won the best IT column award. Internet Magazine designer Chris McBride was a finalist in the best editorial graphic category. Internet Magazine was also a finalist in the best news-stand magazine category, won by Metro.
Unlimited magazine editor Nikki Mandow was a finalist in the business and consumer affairs category with Brain Gain, while Unlimited was a finalist in the best trade/professional magazine category.