Overall Publication/ Consumer Winner

1859 Oregon's Magazine, March/April 2019

“Oregon is a wealth of recreational, ecological, historical and entrepreneurial intrigue. We’re pioneers in the sustainable movement, we’re bike geeks and techies, Native Americans and cowboys, financiers and vintners. We’re urban, suburban, rural and ranch. In an intelligent and beautiful format, 1859 explores the landscapes, the personalities, the movers and shakers, the history and the architecture that is the jewel of the Pacific Northwest. For Oregonians, 1859 is an exploration of the state’s rich history, its incredible destinations and colorful personalities. We create community through world-class content. Our content fits neatly into three categories: Live, Think and Explore. Each of these has its own distinct flavor yet fits perfectly into the overall architecture of each issue. From Home + Design and Trip Planner to Bibliophile and Startups, this content touches on all parts of the brain.
Our readers lead active lifestyles and travel frequently, identifying as 55 percent female, 45 percent male, 85 percent homeowners and with average household incomes of $100k+.”

Executive Editor: Kevin Max

Art Director: Allison Bye

Statehood Media

70 SW Century Drive, Suite 100-218

Bend, OR ​97703

​503 349 4054

www.1859oregonmagazine.com

Overall Publication/ Consumer Awards of Excellence

1889 Washington's Magazine, June/July 2019
“Paddle the Puget Sound with us. Walk the sands of Long Beach. Reserve that cozy cabin in Olympic National Park. Glide the nordic trails of Mazama. Weave through the Columbia Gorge and Walla Walla, sipping good Cabernet Francs as you go. Run the Centennial Trail of Spokane. 1889 Washington’s Magazine is your insider’s statewide guide to cultural travel in the Evergreen State. 1889 explores the people, places and recreation that make Washington a Pacific Northwest jewel. 1889 is your guide to how to live, think and explore the wonders of Washington. Our content fits neatly into three categories: Live, Think and Explore. Each of these has its own distinct flavor yet fits perfectly into the overall architecture of each issue. From Home + Design and Trip Planner to Bibliophile and Startups, this content touches on all parts of the brain. Our readers lead active lifestyles and travel often, with household incomes above $100,000. Our readers are 55 percent women, 45 percent men, and 85 percent are homeowners.”
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Aspen Sojourner, Holiday 2019
Aspen Sojourner has been the Roaring Fork Valley’s preeminent general-interest magazine for the past 25 years. Its mission is to provide visitors, part-time residents, and year-round locals with an informative, engaging magazine that deepens their relationship with Aspen, Snowmass, and the Roaring Fork Valley in the most authentic way possible. Serving such a diverse mix of readers–some born in Aspen, others in town for the first time, plus every length of relationship in between–is challenging. To pull it off, Aspen Sojourner focuses on deep reporting, the highest possible quality in writing and photography, and, again, authenticity, which appeals to all types. Distribution includes Aspen- and Snowmass-area hotel rooms, subscribers around the world (including in 49 of 50 United States), newsstands in more than 20 states, and United, Delta and American Airline Clubs at more than 77 locations in the United States.
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Sactown Magazine, August/September 2019
When we launched SACTOWN, one of our primary motivators was that Sacramento was one of the largest American cities without a distinct national identity, and we wanted to help brand the city by telling great stories that reflect the character of this region. We believe that the city magazine format is unique in its ability to lure readers with excellent service journalism, while exposing them to big ideas, long-form journalism and civic advocacy pieces, sparking a dialogue about our shared experience as Sacramentans. SACTOWN has a circulation of 40,000 and targets educated readers between the ages of 25-65. Some are new residents eager to get to know their new city, and others are longtime locals who are passionate about their hometown.
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Where Guestbook Orange County
WHERE GuestBook Orange County is a sumptuous, hardbound annual publication for visitors, available in-room at upscale hotels. Timely features, stunning photography, innovative layouts, insightful neighborhood profiles and compelling celebrity interviews delight readers with a savvy insider’s view and reflect the soul and spirit of Orange County.
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Zoo View, Summer 2019
ZOO VIEW is distributed quarterly to members of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association, the nonprofit support arm of the Los Angeles Zoo. The magazine’s primary goal is to promote interest in the animals, education programs, and conservation efforts of the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens, thereby increasing zoo attendance and inspiring interest in, and compassion for, imperiled wildlife. ZOO VIEW is delivered to approximately 50,000 households, primarily in Southern California. In contrast to the average zoo visitor, readers tend to have a greater commitment to conservation and knowledge about environmental issues. While the magazine appeals to all ages, articles are targeted to the adult reader, with an eye toward enhancing the zoo experience, encouraging repeat visits, and strengthening interest in animals at the zoo and in the wild.
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