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A-LIST Awards Call for Entries

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Recognising excellence in the rapidly expanding branded entertainment space

A-LIST Awards Call for Entries

 

The A-LIST Awards today announces the Call for Entries for its second annual The A-LIST Hollywood Branded Entertainment Awards. Celebrating the fastest growing segment of the advertising and marketing industry, the Branded Entertainment Awards recognise outstanding achievement in branded content for film, television, music, web, mobile content and game media. The deadline for entries is November 9, 2012.
 
Entrants will compete in more than two dozen categories, including scripted television, unscripted television, television specials, webisodes, films, product placement in feature films, celebrity use, music, gaming and mobile. Entries compete for gold, silver and bronze trophies.
 
The awards will be judged by a diverse panel of industry experts from around the world, including  Doug Scott, President, Ogilvy Entertainment, New York; Scott Donaton, President and CEO, Ensemble, New York; Matt Murphy Creative Director, 72andSunny, Los Angeles; Jared Hoffman, Managing Partner, Generate, Los Angeles; Todd Hunter, Agent, Creative Artists Agency, Los Angeles; Dana Garman Jacobsen Founder and Owner, superstudio, Los Angeles; Francesca Silvestri  Executive Producer, Freestyle Productions, Los Angeles; Chantal Rickards Head of Programming & Branded Content, MEC, London; Yuya Furukawa, Executive Creative Director, Dentsu, Tokyo; and Roopak Saluja, Founder and Managing Director, Bang Bang Films, Mumbai, India.
 
Last year’s winners included Zambezi, Creative Artists Agency, Chipotle and Innocean.
 
“The A-LIST Hollywood Branded Entertainment Awards is a truly global competition,” said Robert Arentz, Founder and President of The A-LIST Awards. “We recognise that creative excellence can derive from anywhere in the world and foster an international spirit by taking into account different styles and modes of communication employed by differing cultures.”
 

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