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Mar 13, 2019

DMA shortlist released

The 2019 Digital Media Awards take place on 28 March in Shanghai, capping off the Digital360Festival.

The shortlist for the 2019 Digital Media Awards, slated for 28 March in Shanghai, has been released. The awards, celebrating China's best digital marketing work, innovation and talent, will take place following the Digital360Festival.

Tickets to attend the awards are now available for booking.

Scroll down to view the complete list of shortlisted entries in the campaign categories and peopleteam categories.



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