About Madison Magazine
Reaching over 216,000 readers online and in print, Madison Magazine is the only local magazine with a large, audited paid subscriber following.
Madison Magazine has positioned itself as the market leader in editorially driven content for the reader who cares about the greater Madison area. With a long history of providing interesting coverage of local people, area events and home related edit, Madison Magazine builds on existing strengths of arts, dining, habitat, travel, business and health.
The magazine prides itself on providing award winning, service journalism that informs its readers with what to do, where to go and the how to in managing their daily lives.
Winners of numerous Milwaukee Press Club awards for photography, journalism and graphic design, the magazine received special recognition in 2014 for Best Long Feature, Best Business Story, Best Column, Best Overall Design, Best Photo Essay and Best Single Story or Feature Design.
In addition, the magazine has won several national City Regional Magazine Association awards for its multimedia collaborations with WISC TV-3 and Channel3000.com, Civic Journalism and several awards for General Excellence in 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014 and 2015.
Madison Magazine also produces dozens of community events annually, including The Madison Magazine BBQ Festival, Madison Restaurant Week, Best of Madison Awards, and Best of Madison Business.
Madison Magazine is published monthly by Madison Magazine, Inc. and is affiliated with Television Wisconsin, Inc. (WISC-TV 3, Madison).
Family owned since 1956.
7025 Raymond Road
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
Elizabeth Murphy Burns, President
Mike Kornemann, Publisher
Rachel Tatge, Director of Marketing & Events Producer, 608.270.3632, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, please contact: ?Michael Kornemann, Publisher of Madison Magazine
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