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Nov 21, 2018

2019 Digital Media Awards now open for entries

DMA sets out to celebrate the best digital marketing work, innovation and talent, and recognise the region's growing influence on the global digital industry.

2019 Digital Media Awards now open for entries

Campaign is proud to announce the 2019 Digital Media Awards (DMA) are now open for entries. As part of the wider Digital360Festival, DMA sets out to celebrate the best digital marketing work, innovation and talent, and recognise the region's growing influence on the global digital industry, and, through the global reach of the Campaign brand, put the winners from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan on the international stage. This year, entries will close on 13 February 2019 with the awards ceremony taking place in March 2019.

Key dates:

  • Early-bird entry deadline: Tuesday, 15 January 2019
  • Entry deadline: Wednesday, 13 February 2019
  • Shortlist announcement: Tuesday, 12 March 2019
  • Awards presentation:  March 2019 (Shanghai, China)

Categories have been selected to reflect the growing maturity of digital marketing. Brands, media owners, advertising agencies, digital agencies, production or design companies, or any other parties involved in digital communications for advertising purposes are encouraged to enter.

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An independent jury consists of leading client marketers, digital media practitioners, agency strategists and other experts will judge the entries. At all voting stages, the judges are prevented from voting for entries submitted by their own agency in their market/country. Great care is taken in selecting a judging panel comprising the right balance of specialist knowledge, experience and objectivity.

For more information, please visit Digital Media Awards website or contact the Awards Team at [email protected].

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