The Oxford American won the National Magazine Award in the Video category for its original video series SoLost. The magazine won for Best Single-Topic Issue in 1999 and 2004.

Sponsored by the American Society of Magazine Editors in association with the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, the National Magazine Awards, established in 1966, have long been recognized as the preeminent awards for magazine journalism.

In winning the award, The Oxford American triumphed over four other finalists: The New York Times Magazine, Slate, Entertainment Weekly and Chow. 

SoLost, which celebrates getting lost in the American South, is directed and photographed by Dave Anderson, who has been recognized as "one of the shooting stars of the American photo scene" by Germany's fotoMAGAZIN and named a Rising Star by Photo District News.

Here's SoLost's video titled How the New Deal Begat Music Royalty: