Computerworld wins 3 Neal awards

Takes honors in best Web site, online series and blog categories

Computerworld today won Jesse H. Neal Awards for best Web site, best online series for its coverage of Apple Inc.'s Leopard operating system, and best blog.

The awards, presented by American Business Media Ltd. (ABM), were given during a luncheon at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. The Neal Awards, named after ABM's first managing director, were established in 1955 to recognize editorial excellence in business media publications.

"I don't think it's a stretch to say this may well be the single most outstanding accomplishment in the history of Computerworld," said Don Tennant, vice president and editorial director of Computerworld.

The Week of Leopard series included a dozen in-depth stories, images and video on Apple's Mac OS X 10.5 "Leopard," detailing and assessing the new features of the new consumer operating system and the Leopard server.

The blog award recognized three blog posts in particular, one from the Web site's daily IT Blogwatch written by Richi Jennings, and others written by Ian Lamont and David Ramel.

Computerworld participated in the categories for sites with more than 500,000 unique visitors per month.

In the best Web site category, competed against finalists and sister publication In the best online article or series category, the other finalists were and, and are all owned by International Data Group. In the best blog category, the other finalists were and

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