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Time Named 2012 Magazine of The Year

Time magazine was named 2012 Magazine of The Year by the ASME at last night’s Ellies. Time is the third title to win the award; Glamour won in 2010 and National Geographic won last year.

We’re sure the Time team is celebrating (yes, still), because it beat out some heavy hitters — such as Esquire, New York and The New Yorker — to take home the coveted award.

The rest of the winners are listed below. Congrats to all. Have a beer or six to celebrate.

GENERAL EXCELLENCE, PRINT

General-Interest Magazines
Bloomberg Businessweek

Women’s Magazines
O, The Oprah Magazine

Lifestyle Magazines
House Beautiful

Active- and Special-Interest Magazines
Inc.

Thought-Leader Magazines
IEEE Spectrum

DESIGN
GQ

PHOTOGRAPHY
Vogue

NEWS AND DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY
Harper’s Magazine for “Juvenile Injustice,” October

FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHY
The New York Times Magazine for “Touch of Evil,” December 11

SINGLE-TOPIC ISSUE
New York for “The Encyclopedia of 9/11,” September 5-12

MAGAZINE SECTION
New York for “Strategist”

PERSONAL SERVICE
Glamour for “The Secret That Kills Four Women a Day,” June

LEISURE INTERESTS
Saveur for “Italian American,” December

PUBLIC INTEREST
The New Yorker for “The Invisible Army,” June 6

REPORTING
The New Yorker for “The Apostate,” February 14 & 21

FEATURE WRITING
Esquire for “Heavenly Father!” October

PROFILE WRITING
D Magazine for “He Is Anonymous,” April

ESSAYS AND CRITICISM
New York for “Paper Tigers,” May 16

COLUMNS AND COMMENTARY
Vanity Fair for columns by Christopher Hitchens

FICTION
Zoetrope: All-Story for “The Hox River Window,” Fall

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