Deadline extended for Digital Studio Awards

Still time to enter the region's top broadcast and production awards
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The deadline for nominations for the Digital Studio Awards has been extended by one week, owing to a continued heavy inflow of entries close to the original deadline.

The new deadline for entries is February 8, and no new entries will be accepted after that date.

Companies and individuals who have not yet entered are urged to prepare their nominations and submit them via the dedicated Awards website.

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 March 9, the second day of CABSAT.

The Digital Studio Awards 2016 will be judged by a panel of experts consisting of no fewer than 10 highly respected industry professionals from the film, TV and broadcast spheres.

This year there are 16 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:

Roger Field
Group Editor
Telephone: +971 4 444 3419

For sponsorship opportunities at the Digital Studio Awards please contact:

Napoleon Estampador
Sales Manager
Direct: +971 4 444 3381

For table bookings and further information on the Digital Studio Awards please contact:

Daniel Fewtrell
Director of Awards & Marketing
Direct: +971 4 444 3684

Dominic Clerici
Marketing Manager
Direct: +971 4 444 3391

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