Just 48-hours left to enter the Media Week Awards

There are just 48-hours left to enter this year's Media Week Awards, with the final deadline this Thursday (28 June).

Media Week Awards: only 48 hours left in which to enter
Media Week Awards: only 48 hours left in which to enter

This year's awards, which are taking place at the Grosvenor House on Park Lane on Thursday 25 October, will be headed by co-chairs Jonathan Allan, sales director for Channel 4, and Karen Blackett, CEO at MediaCom.

They will be joined by a host of judges from clients, media owners and media agencies that will include companies ranging from the RSA and Expedia, to Starcom MediaVest and Twitter.

The categories have been slightly tweaked this year to ensure the entire commercial sector is represented and that the industry's best work is celebrated on the evening of the awards.

Last year's Media Week Awards received a record number of entries and was attended by more than 1,300 people, and 2012's event is set to be the best yet.

Agency of the Year for 2011 was PHD, while Global Radio picked up the coveted Sales Team of the Year award.

This year’s judging panels will include representatives from across the industry, including media agencies, media owners and clients.

The awards are a truly independent process judged by your peers.

More information on the entering process can be found here.

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