London International Awards extends entry deadline to 13th July 2012

LIA_statue.jpgThe deadline for entries to the 2012 London International Awards has been extended to Friday, 13th July.

2012 Jury Presidents
  • Mark Tutssel, Global Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett - TV/Cinema/Online Film
  • Steve Back, Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy & Mather - Non-Traditional • Print • Poster • Billboard
  • Amir Kassaei, Chief Creative Officer, DDB Worldwide - Integrated Campaign
  • Nick Law, Chief Creative Officer, R/GA - Digital
  • Colleen Decourcy, CEO and Founder, Socialistic - The NEW
  • Deborah Adler, Designer, Deborah Adler Design - Design • Package Design
  • Anna Fawcett, Executive Producer, Filmgraphics Entertainment - TV/Cinema/Online Film - Production | Post-Production
  • Andy Bloch, Managing Partner/Composer, human - TV/Cinema/Online Film - Music
  • Donna McCarthy, Creative Director, Dory Advertising - Radio
Judging will commence in September at Wynn/Encore, Las Vegas.

Entries submitted must be broadcast, published or released in a commercial environment with client approval between lst July 2011 and 31st July 2012.

Click here for complete entry information.

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