Judging panel confirmed for DS Awards

Panel consisting of seven industry experts will judge the nominations
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The Digital Studio Awards 2018 will be judged by a panel of experts consisting of seven highly respected industry professionals from the film, TV and broadcast spheres.

This year’s panel consists of Heba Al Samt, Digital Media Director at DCN (Dubai Channels Network), Karim Sarkis, CEO of Sync Media; Nick Grande, managing director, Channel Sculptor; Hassan Chahine, founder and CEO, Media Digital Space; Hasan R. Sayed Hasan, managing director, Master Media; Clyde DeSouza and Hassan Ghoul, regional director MENA, IABM.

More judges may be announced before judging commences in late November.

The Digital Studio Awards, the longest established awards ceremony for the Middle East film and TV production and broadcast industry, will take place in Dubai on January 15, the second day of CABSAT.

HAVE YOU SUMITTED YOUR NOMINATION? DON'T DELAY, VISIT THE AWARDS WEBSITE NOW!

Entries have been flooding in from across the Middle East from companies eager to gain recognition at the region’s leading awards for the region's production and broadcast sectors. The deadline for submissions is January 19. Please click here to SUBMIT YOUR NOMINATION.

This year there are 17 categories of award, covering all aspects of the industry, spanning from content production to distribution.

For any enquiries on how to submit a nomination, contact:

Greg Wilson
Group Editorial Director 
Telephone: +971 4 444 3112
Email: greg.wilson@itp.com

For sponsorship opportunities at the Digital Studio Awards please contact:

Napoleon Estampador
Group Sales Manager
Direct: +971 4 444 3381
Email: napoleon.estampador@itp.com

For table bookings contact:

Teri Dunstan, Table Sales Executive
Direct: +971 4 444 3227
teri.dunstan@itp.com

 

 

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