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The Daily Record wins 22 awards in MDDC Press Association contests

The Daily Record received 22 awards, including two Best of Show awards, in the Maryland Delaware District of Columbia Press Association’s 2017 editorial, design and revenue contests. Standing with some of the award certificates are, from left, Maximilian Franz, Adam Bednar, Bryan P. Sears, Tom Baden, Heather Cobun, Steve Lash and Jason Whong.

The Daily Record received 22 awards, including two Best of Show awards, in the Maryland Delaware District of Columbia Press Association’s 2017 editorial, design and revenue contests. Standing with some of the award certificates are, from left, senior photographer Maximilian Franz; business reporter Adam Bednar; government affairs reporter Bryan P. Sears; editor Thomas Baden Jr.; legal affairs reporter Heather Cobun; legal affairs reporter Steve Lash; and digital editor Jason Whong.

The Daily Record received 22 awards, including two Best of Show awards, in the Maryland Delaware District of Columbia Press Association’s 2017 editorial, design and revenue contests, which recognize journalism and other efforts from the previous year.

Entrants competed in divisions by audience size and frequency or type of publication, with all divisions considered collectively for best of show awards.

In the editorial contest, the best of show award was given to Tom Baden and Jason Whong in the Best Use of Interactive Media category for the Maryland Lawyers Confidence Index Survey. That entry also garnered a first-place award.

Other first-place editorial entries in the division were:

The Daily Record also had nine second-place wins in the editorial contest:

The Daily Record also won three awards in the design contest:

Additionally, The Daily Record won three awards in the revenue contest:

  • Best of Show and first place in the Best Event category: The Daily Record staff for Maryland’s Top 100 Women.
  • First place, new business concept: Whong, for a digital email strategy that thanked subscribers and gently nudged nonsubscribers to subscribe.

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