Matthew Miller
Jun 21, 2016

Cannes 2016: APAC Radio winners

The region won precious little in the Radio category, bringing home no Gold Lions and only a smattering of Silver and Bronze.

Cannes 2016: APAC Radio winners

CANNES - As usual, APAC work did not figure strongly in the Radio category at Cannes Lions this year, with the region winning a total of seven awards (four Silver and three Bronze).

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A table of the APAC Radio winners follows:

Title Client Product Entrant Company Country Prize
SILVER
NEVER TOO OLD THOMAS COOK HOLIDAY PACKAGES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS LAW & KENNETH SAATCHI & SAATCHI  Mumbai INDIA Silver  Lion
GAME OF THRONES "SHAME" SKY TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND SOHO POP-UP CHANNEL DDB GROUP NEW ZEALAND Auckland NEW ZEALAND Silver  Lion
MAN / WOMAN THOMAS COOK HOLIDAY PACKAGES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS LAW & KENNETH SAATCHI & SAATCHI  Mumbai INDIA Silver Lion Campaign
READ BETTER STORIES RADIO - BOOTS / GYM / CURRY PAPER PLUS GROUP PAPER PLUS RETAIL STORE FCB NEW ZEALAND Auckland NEW ZEALAND Silver Lion Campaign
BRONZE
NOKIA TRUECALLER TRUECALLER CONTRACT ADVERTISING Gurgaon INDIA Bronze Lion
CHICKEN RISOTTO GOJEK GOMART LEO BURNETT INDONESIA Jakarta INDONESIA Bronze Lion
THE MAN BUN / THE COMB OVER UNILEVER (CLEAR SHAMPOO) CLEAR SHAMPOO MULLENLOWE SINGAPORE  SINGAPORE Bronze Lion Campaign

 

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Campaign Asia
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