FAQs

What is the closing date for entries?

The deadline for entries is Thursday 21st July 2016


How much does it cost to enter?

If you can submit your entry before 11.59 pm on Thursday 21st July it will cost £260 + VAT per entry.

Entries received after Thursday 21st  July will be subject to a late entry fee of £85 +VAT per entry. The late fee covers additional admin costs in order to meet deadlines for processing all entries in time for judging.


What is the eligibility period?

All work entered must have been launched or be current during the 12 months from 1st June  2015 to 15th July 2016.


Can I enter more than one category?

Yes, you can enter any number of categories. The judges reserve the right to re-allocate any entry that, in their view, has been entered in the wrong category. The entry will only be judged in the new category.


My company is based outside the UK. Can I enter the Campaign Media Awards?

Yes, there is a specific category for companies outside of the UK; Best International Media Campaign. 


What file type should I upload my entry as?

Entries should be submitted as a PDF document.


Can I upload supporting documents and if so, how many?

Yes you may, though please note you only upload a total of 5MB (including your entry). Supporting documents must also be supplied as PDFs. Case study films and other support material can be sent via the post. Please be sure to clearly mark which category any support material relates to. Support material should be sent to:

David Nutt
Campaign Media Awards
Bridge House, 69 London Road

Twickenham, TW1 3SP


Will I be able to collect my supporting material after the Awards?

Support material will not be returned, but collection may be arranged by applying to the event manager at the time of entry. Please note that entries for which collection has not been arranged will be securely disposed of 10 working days after the judging session.


Will I be penalised if my entry exceeds the word limit?

Yes, if your written entry exceeds the word limit of 500 words you will be penalised. For each 100 words that exceed the maximum, five marks will be deducted by the judges (this does not include text within additional support material).

Entry fees will not be refunded if you are disqualified.


How do I amend an existing entry?

If you wish to amend your entry or add another entry to an existing booking please Click Here. Please have your email address and password ready. You will come to a page that has your details displayed. Click on the "edit" button on the bottom left hand side of the page (under the payment option) and you will be able to amend or add an entry.


When will the final shortlist be announced?

The final shortlist will be announced in early October.  It will be listed on this website and on campaignlive.co.uk and may also be covered in Campaign. All finalists will also be contacted via email notification.


Can I withdraw my entry?

Yes, entries may be withdrawn up until 29th July 2016. Entry fees will not be refunded.


What is your confidentiality policy for entries?

All material will remain confidential to the judges, who all sign a confidentiality agreement.

Winning entries may be covered in Campaign following the Awards presentation. Please highlight on your entry any sensitive information that should not be reproduced. This will in all cases be respected by the organisers.

We may contact you to request using your entry as part of the promotion for the 2016 Awards. This would be to showcase examples of well written entries, industry best practice and creative excellence. Please note entrants will reserve the right to decline this request.


When will the judging take place?

The judging will take place between late September and early October.


Judges

Entries will be judged by an esteemed panel of industry experts. If you are interested in being a judge for the 2016 Awards please email david.nutt@haymarket.com with a brief biography and details.


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