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AWARD-WINNING JOURNALISM

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Today Magazine and Today Publishing ​have won 40 SPJ awards in 5 award years since debuting in October 2018 

SPJ = Society of Professional Journalists

SPJ is an acclaimed U.S. media agency

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2023 Award Story

Sweet 16: More SPJ awards for Today 

   

2022 Award Story

Today wins 12 more SPJ awards

 

2021 Award Story

Nine more SPJ awards for Today 

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​     Editor-in-chief Bruce Deckert has won​ ​25 SPJ awards​ — 23 with Today,​ including​​ his first-place award​ in 2020​ for ​a cover story​​​ ​on​ ​volunteer fire departments and the 9/11 connection 

Since the financial fallout of the COVID shutdown and other factors have interrupted our monthly print edition, we are publishing a digital-exclusive monthly magazine

 BIO > Publisher + Editor-in-Chief

• Today Publishing focuses on the heart of Connecticut's Farmington Valley — these quintessential New England towns: Avon, Canton, Farmington, Granby and Simsbury 
• Five towns, one aim — 
   exceptional community journalism

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     Today Magazine, our monthly digital publication, reaches the far-flung online world — emblazoned across our extensive social media network, with ads linked to advertiser websites. ​Our ongoing protocol ​is to distribute the magazine via email and across those social media platforms. 

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     We also publish our unique perspective on the news via our Today Online news site. 

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     Today Magazine is the only true Farmington Valley magazine. When we produce our print-and-digital publication, it reaches all five core towns in the Valley — a Special Print + Digital Edition is in the works. 

     When your news and events appear in Today Magazine, everyone who lives and works in the Farmington Valley can read about it — for our print magazine is mailed to all Valley residences and businesses ... every home, every condo, every apartment and every P.O. box ... in all five core Valley towns. 

100% circulation: 42,000+ addresses.

     Other Valley mags are mailed only to a smaller subset of homes. 

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     Further, in a media world that tends to emphasize the downside of the news cycle, we look to report the Valley's underreported upside — and there's so much good stuff going on that we believe we'll never lack for news. A breath of fresh air ... that's one way Today Magazine has been described. 

     To extend the metaphor, we hope to breathe fresh air into the Farmington Valley community, and we invite you to join us by sending story ideas and contributing articles —  actually, we recommend that you contact us first to discuss your potential article, and then write and contribute your story. 

     Our local community focus means that you'll find compelling news in Today Magazine that you likely won't find in regional and state media outlets. 

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TOP-NOTCH PRODUCT = ADVANTAGE: ADVERTISERS

We’re confident that both newsmakers and advertisers will be happy to be identified with Today Magazine. Our editor-in-chief, an award-winning journalist, is aiming for community journalism at its best. 

     Given our media know-how and skill, we're hopeful that journalistic excellence will flow through Today Magazine as the Farmington River flows through the Valley ... to the benefit of readers, newsmakers and advertising sponsors.

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Today Magazine is a member of — Society of Professional Journalists • SPJ 

Today Publishing participates in — Local Chambers of Commerce 

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Thank you for visiting our website — please contact us with any questions • 860-988-1910 • office @ TodayPublishing.net 

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