Digital Studio Awards set for stellar event

Eight sponsors confirmed for Digital Studio Awards
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The Digital Studio Awards 2017, which will take place on March 22, the second night of CABSAT, has attracted a record number of nominations this year, with more than 130 nominations being submitted through the Awards website.

While the entries are being collated in preparation to be sent to the judging panel, Digital Studio can also reveal the current line-up of sponsors for this year's event. Snell Advanced Media (SAM) is participating as Gold Partner, while Vizrt, BCE, TSL Products and Riedel Communications are confirmed as Category Sponsors. IABM returns as Association Partner and CABSAT is once again the Exhibition Partner of the Awards.

This year there are 17 categories of awards, covering film production and studio and broadcast technology.

The entries will be judged by a panel of esteemed judges including 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.

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact: Napoleon Estampador, group sales manager, broadcast and communications division: napoleon.estampador@itp.com

For table bookings, please contact Terry Dunstan at terry.dunstan@itp.com
 

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