Key Media & Research ASBPE regional award winners Nick St. Denis, left, Tara Taffera, Saundra Hutchison, Jordan Scott, Trey Barrineau, Katherine Coig, Chris Bunn and Drew Vass. Ellen Rogers is not pictured.

Door and Window Market (DWM) magazine won four American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) Mid-Atlantic Regional awards on Wednesday, honoring the staff’s outstanding work in print, video and online.

That includes two regional gold medal winners – editorial director Tara Taffera and video producer Chris Bunn for best webcast series, and DWM editor Trey Barrineau for best news analysis for “Lights Out for Energy Star? It Could Happen …” from the June-July 2017 issue. Those entries are also national ASBPE Award finalists, and they’ll be honored on May 10 during a banquet at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

Additionally, DWM won a silver medal for best single-topic coverage by a team for its ongoing reporting on robotics and automation in the door and window industry. Barrineau shared that award with contributing editors Ellen Rogers and Katherine Coig. Taffera won a regional bronze medal in the best online analysis/commentary category for her “Door and Window Musings” blog on dwmmag.com.

Three other publications put out by Key Media & Research (KMR), the parent company of DWM, won regional ASBPE awards as well. USGlass magazine won four bronze medals — one for video (news coverage), two for print (best special section and best technical article) and one for design (best infographics). Window Film magazine won a regional silver for video (news coverage) and a regional bronze for print (group profile). AGRR magazine took home a regional bronze for print (impact/investigative).

In all, KMR won 11 awards, the most ever for the company.

“I am so happy for the talented professionals at KMR who challenge themselves to be better every day,” said KMR president Deb Levy. “It’s gratifying and humbling to see their efforts and hard work honored.”

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