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FHM 100 MEDIA DOORS: THE WINNERS

Christmas shopping has just been made a bit easier for two lucky media types, who proved their industry know-how by scooping the top spots in the FHM 100 Media Doors competition.

Voting to find the 100 most important venues for media's movers and shakers came to an end in October and we now have the full list of your favourite places to schmooze a client, buy those corporate Christmas presents and even purchase your party outfit.

The most savvy pair out there, who matched our esteemed judges' choices, were Cathie Robbins, client services manager at RSMB Television Research, and Mark Webb, operations director at Clear Channel's six-sheet division Adshel.

Robbins will be spending the seasonal break experimenting with her new iPod Photo and Sony PSP, recovering from the festive excesses with a day at a luxury spa and then glamming it up for a night out at an exclusive FHM party.

She'll be joined at the party by Webb, who also wins an iPod Photo and Sony PSP, as well as an X-Box.

The most clued-up agency was Carat, which wins a trophy - a reward for being the "savviest media agency in the land".

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