Digital Studio Awards 2018: Nomination deadline extended to Feb 19th.

Last chance to nominate your company for Digital Studio Awards 2018. Nominations close on February 19th.
Digital Studio Awards 2018
Digital Studio Awards 2018

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Nominations deadline for the Digital Studio Awards have been extended by a week. Closing date is 19th February 2018 and the shortlist for the awards will be announced the following week. This year as always will see some stiff competition, judging from the entries received. For all those who have not yet nominated, take advantage of the final opportunity to participate in the Middle East's longest running and defining awards for the broadcast and production industry. 

21st March 2018 will see the 14th installment of the awards acknowledging the best industry achievements that the Middle East has to offer. The Digital Studio Awards are well established as the defining awards programme in the region. The awards are a showcase of industry excellence for the TV, film and broadcast production sectors in the Middle East. The great and the good of the industry will come together at the Digital Studio Awards, with more than 300 senior figures from the region’s studios, broadcasters, pre, production and post-production facilities gathering to witness the winners in hotly contested categories.

This year will see winners crowned in the following categories:

  • Best Content Capture
  • Best Live Action Capture
  • Best Special Effects / CGI
  • Best Use of Animation
  • Best Editing Award
  • Distributor Initiative of the Year
  • Best Immersive Content
  • Excellence in Post Production
  • Studio of the Year
  • Outstanding Achievement in Workflow
  • Best Technical Installation Award
  • Content Delivery Platform of the Year
  • Satellite Services Innovation of the Year
  • Best Technology Innovation Award
  • Best Service Innovation
  • Up & Coming Filmmaker of the Year
  • Broadcast Executive of the Year (Editor's Choice Award)

 

FOR NOMINATION ENQUIRIES, PLEASE CONTACT:

Pranav Vadehra 
Editor, Digital Studio
Direct: +971 4 444 3419
Email: pranav.vadehra@itp.com

FOR SPONSORSHIP ENQUIRIES, PLEASE CONTACT:

Napoleon Estampador
Group Sales Manager
Telephone: +971 4 444 3283
Mobile: +971 50 788 4408
Email: napoleon.estampador@itp.com

FOR EVENT ENQUIRIES, PLEASE CONTACT:

Sophie McHugh
Event Manager
Direct: +971 4 444 3223
Email: sophie.mchugh@itp.com

FOR TABLE BOOKINGS, PLEASE CONTACT:

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

Here's a look back at last year's Digital Studio Awards celebration night -

 

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