Henry R. Luce Award

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The Henry R. Luce Award is an award in the field of journalism given by Time Inc. to recognize "editorial excellence in print, digital and multimedia categories"; it is presented annually to articles and blog posts published in Time Inc. media outlets.[1][2][3][4][5] The award serves as a memorial for American journalist Henry Robinson Luce (1898-1967).[6]

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  1. ^ Norman Pearlstine, John W. Huey, April 15, 2002 Vol. 57 No. 14, People Magazine, Inside People, Retrieved August 3, 2015, "magazine editors like Carol Wallace ...PEOPLE was presented with a Henry R. Luce Award—a fitting cap to a great magazine career. ...."
  2. ^ 2009, Sports Illustrated, LUKE WINN, Retrieved August 3, 2015, "..Luke Winn ... and he received Time Inc.'s Henry R. Luce Award for his Olympics Blog...."
  3. ^ Editors, This Old House Magazine, Scott Omelianuk, Editor, Retrieved August 3, 2015, "... a Henry R. Luce Award citation for Special Interest Story...."
  4. ^ March 26, 2002, Transworld Business, TransWorld Snowboarding Wins Henry Luce Award for Photography, Retrieved August 3, 2015, "...TransWorld SNOWboarding magazine has received the Henry R. Luce award for editorial excellence in photography..."
  5. ^ Roy Rowan, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, September 9, 2012 , Never Too Late: A 90-Year-Old’s Pursuit of a Whirlwind Life, Retrieved August 3, 2015, (see page 224) "Roy Rowan... 2004 Henry R. Luce Award......"
  6. ^ Robert Edwin Herzstein (2005). Henry R. Luce, Time, and the American Crusade in Asia. Cambridge U.P. p. 1.