CCJ wins Neal Award

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Commercial Carrier Journal’s coverage of the 2010 engine emissions regulations won a major business journalism award Thursday, March 11. The July 2009 cover story “The main event” received the American Business Media’s Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award in the category of best technical content.

The article, written primarily by Executive Editor Jack Roberts, explored the various issues surrounding the choice of technologies to meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency emissions requirements. Editorial Director Avery Vise contributed to the article and edited it along with Managing Editor Dean Smallwood. Winners of the Neal Awards were announced in New York.

“Jack’s technical knowledge really comes through in this in-depth look at the often heated battle between two competing technologies,” says Linda Longton, Randall-Reilly senior vice president of editorial and research. “We are extremely proud of Jack and the entire CCJ editorial team for their fine work.”