EMS1 Editor-in-Chief named 2018 Neal Award winner
EMS1 Editor-in-Chief Greg Friese was recognized by the Neal Awards, a top b-to-b media award program honoring editorial excellence, for the second year in a row. He won last year in the Best Profile category for his profile on San Diego Firefighter/Paramedic Ben Vernon. This year, he was recognized for his insightful columns which take a balanced and nuanced approach to some touchy subjects, including Trump’s stance on opioids and climate change.
“I’m proud of Greg and appreciative of the Neal Awards for again recognizing his stellar efforts. His columns consistently strike the right tone for EMS1’s public safety audience, challenging readers to improve their understanding of developing issues and to reconsider ingrained yet counterproductive beliefs within EMS,” said Jon Hughes, Vice President of Content for Praetorian Digital.
Founded in 1955, the Jesse H. Neal Awards were established to recognize and reward the best editorial content in business media. Entries are scored in three areas: journalistic enterprise, extent of service to the field and editorial craftsmanship. The winners were announced April 5 during ABM’s annual Neal Awards ceremony in New York City.
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