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American Society of Magazine Editors
The American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) is an industry trade group for magazine journalists and editors of magazines published in the United States. ASME includes the editorial leaders of most major consumer magazine in print and digital extensions. The group advocates on behalf of member organizations with respect to First Amendment issues and serves as a networking hub for editors and other industry employees.[1]
History
The ASME started as an outgrowth of the editorial committee of the Magazine Publishers of America in 1963. The initial goal of the organization was to defend the First Amendment, protect editorial independence and support the development of journalism.[2]
ASME programs
ASME has sponsored the National Magazine Awards (also known as the Ellie Awards) since 1966, along with the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. The Ellie Awards honor print and digital magazines that consistently demonstrate superior execution of editorial objectives, innovative techniques, noteworthy journalistic enterprise, and imaginative art direction. In 1966, Look received the first award. Money received the first award for digital journalism in 1997.[3][4]
Magazine Editors’ Hall of Fame and Creative Excellence Awards honor editors, writers, and artists for career-long contributions to magazine journalism. Honorees are chosen by the ASME board of directors.
The ASME Best Cover Contest honors the most successful magazine covers of the year. The contest is two-fold: the ASME Best Cover Awards and the ASME Readers’ Choice Awards. Each cover entered in the Best Cover Contest is eligible to win both a Best Cover Award and a Readers’ Choice Award.
ASME hosts the annual American Magazine Media Conference, every year in February, a meeting for magazine media leaders. It is sponsored by the Association of Magazine Media in association with ASME. The conference addresses issues of concern to editors and publishers of print and digital publications.
Founded in 1967, the Magazine Internship Program places college juniors in internships at top consumer magazines for 10 weeks every summer. More than 250 alumni of this program now work in magazine media and include the editors in chief of major titles.[5]
Membership
To be eligible for membership into ASME, you must be employed by a print or digital magazine edited and distributed in the United States, this includes: senior editors, art directors and photography editors. There are also four categories of membership: Chief Editor, Editor, Retired Editor and ASME NEXT. Chief Editors, Editors and Retired Editors are entitled to all the privileges of ASME membership. ASME NEXT members are not eligible to vote in ASME elections.
Administration
ASME is regulated by a 16-member board of directors, which serve 2-year terms. Directors may be selected for a second 2-year term upon election. Board elections are usually held during the first Wednesday in May at the ASME Annual Meeting. Currently, the chief executive of ASME is Sid Holt.[6] The director is Nina Fortuna.
Board of directors 2015–2016
Founders
Executive officers
Executive committee members
Former executives
Presidents
NameTerm
Ted PatrickSeptember 1963 – May 1964
Daniel. D. MichMay 1964 – December 1965
Robert SteinDecember 1965 – September 1967
Wade H. NicholsSeptember 1967 – September 1968
Harold T. P. HayesSeptember 1968 – September 1969
William B. ArthurSeptember 1969 – November 1971
Geraldine E. RhoadsNovember 1971 – November 1973
Anderson AshburnNovember 1973 – October 1975
Ruth WhitneyOctober 1975 – October 1977
Dennis FlanaganOctober 1977 – April 1980
Sey ChasslerApril 1980 – April 1982
Richard B. StolleyApril 1982 – April 1984
Edward KosnerApril 1984 – April 1986
Judith NolteApril 1986 – April 1988
Marshall LoebApril 1988 – April 1990
John Mack CarterApril 1990 – April 1992
Stephen B. ShepardApril 1992 – April 1994
Ellen LevineApril 1994 – April 1996
Frank LalliApril 1996 – April 1998
Jackie LeoApril 1998 – May 2000
George CurryMay 2000 – January 2001
Cyndi StiversJanuary 2001 – May 2002
Susan UngaroMay 2002 – May 2004
Mark WhitakerMay 2004 – May 2006
Cynthia LeiveMay 2006 – May 2008
David WilleyMay 2008 – May 2010
Larry HackettMay 2010 – May 2012
Lucy DanzigerMay 2012 – May 2013
Mark JannotMay 2013 – present
References
  1. ^ "About ASME". American Society of Magazine Editors. Retrieved November 9, 2019.
  2. ^ "American Society of Magazine Editors Unveils Top 40 Magazine Covers of the Last 40 Years; Rolling Stone, Esquire and The New Yorker Garner Top Honors in ASME's Magazine 40/40 Competition". Business Wire. October 17, 2005. Retrieved November 9, 2019.
  3. ^ "ASME - Ellie Awards". National Magazine Awards. Retrieved November 9, 2019.
  4. ^ "New York Leads National Magazine Awards Nominations With 10". New York Magazine. February 1, 2018. Retrieved November 9, 2019.
  5. ^ "ASME - ASME Magazine Internship Program". American Society of Magazine Editors. Retrieved November 9, 2019.
  6. ^ "Magazine stalwart ASME bolts to Queens in office move". New York Post. September 24, 2019. Retrieved November 9, 2019.
  7. ^ "TED PATRICK DIES; MAGAZINE EDITOR; Man of Many Interests Built Up Holiday's Circulation". The New York Times. March 12, 1964. Retrieved November 9, 2019.
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