HDT was named as a finalist in four separate categories in the 66th annual Jesse H. Neal Awards.

HDT was named as a finalist in four separate categories in the 66th annual Jesse H. Neal Awards.

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Heavy Duty Trucking editors have been named finalist in four categories for the 66th Jesse H. Neal Awards honoring business-to-business journalism. Winners will be announced during a special awards ceremony held March 27 at Current at Chelsea Piers in New York City.

HDT’s entries include the following:

Best Technical Content

Fast-Changing Truck Tech: Smart steering, electric trucks, and telematics, by Jim Park and Jack Roberts

Best Range of Work by a Single Author: Jim Park

Best Series: Trucking Under the Influence

  • Investigative series by Deborah Lockridge, David Cullen, and Jack Roberts

Best News Coverage: California AB5, by Deborah Lockridge

“For sixty-six years, the annual Neal Awards place a spotlight on the best of the best in B2B journalism. The Neals recognize the editors, journalists, technologists, executives and creatives along with the cutting-edge technical platforms and services that make this sector so important, effective and innovative,” said Jeff Joseph, president of SIIA, the association that runs the Neal Awards.

“We live in a time in which the work our finalists do – presenting trusted information in a dynamic manner – has never been more important. These honorees reflect and inform us about the critical, real-life issues facing the many industries they represent, our nation and our world.”

A total of 53 winners will be announced at the March ceremony, culminating in the Grand Neal Award, honoring the most outstanding entry from among the winners in all categories. A panel of 14 judges reviewed the finalists to select the winners in 21 editorial categories.

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