Newly redesigned Angus Journal wins Best In Class award

Rachel Robinson Angus Communications
Farm Forum

The historic Angus Journal magazine is again making history. After an unprecedented redesign that rolled out in January, the Angus Journal is being recognized for its new look. The magazine will receive the “Best In Class” Star of Excellence Award for outstanding achievement in the magazine category at this year’s Printing Industry Midwest Association annual Star of Excellence Awards on April 26, 2018. Angus Media and the Midstates Group, the South Dakota printer, are being recognized for the production of the January 2018 edition.

“The Angus Journal editorial team has been working really hard the past several months to continue to improve the magazine through the redesign,” said Rick Cozzitorto, Angus Media president. “The fact that our team is being recognized above and beyond simply having an exceptional-looking publication is icing on the cake.”

Tracing its roots to 1919, the Angus Journal continues a tradition of excellence as the flagship publication for the American Angus Association. With more than 13,000 paid subscribers, it’s the primary source on the latest in beef cattle, herd management, genetics, research and technology.

Printing Industry Midwest Association is the trade association representing the graphic arts and communication companies in Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota, and Midstates Group is a member of the organization. The Star of Excellence Awards are put on by the Printing Industry Midwest Association and are one of the most prestigious symbols of printing excellence throughout the Midwest.