Open for entries: The Connies 2019

07 Dec 2018 
Open for entries: The Connies 2019

Mediatel is very pleased to invite all practitioners with a stake in delivering outstanding solutions for the connected consumer to now enter this year's Connies.

More than ever we need to take inspiration from the latest and best practice in the marketplace and The Connies 2019 - aka The Connected Consumer Awards - is back to showcase and celebrate such remarkable work.

Whether from media agencies, research specialists, media owners or technology, data or service providers across the connected delivery chain, make your mark early in 2019.

A ceremony will take place on Wednesday 8 May next year following a prestigious gala lunch at Banking Hall in central London. The first deadline for entries is Friday 8 February 2019.

The awards categories for 2019 are:

- Best Research Project/Initiative
- Best Use of Connected Data
- Connected Campaign of the Year
- Video Technology Hero (International)
- The 'Premium TV' Award (International)
- Excellence in Analytics & AI for TV and Video (International)
- Best User Experience - All Channels & Platforms (UK + International)
- Best Use of Connected Technology
- Connected Agency of the Year
- Connected Media Owner of the Year

A Grand Prix award will also be selected from across the categories (excluding Agency and Media Owner of the Year and The 'Premium TV' Award categories).

Last year, Posterscope, ITV, Channel 4, Verimatrix and Total Media triumphed at the awards, with Posterscope winning the Grand Prix, and Verimatrix taking the top prize in the International category.

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