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The best TV campaigns of the year have just been announced at our TAMI TV Planning Awards. A huge congratulations to all of our winners:
-BEST USE OF INNOVATION: Sky Media Ireland with Core Investment for the entry “Light TV Viewers
-BEST ONGOING USE OF TV: Wavemaker Ireland for Bord Bia with the campaign “The Recipe for Success for Bord Bia’s Quality Mark”
-BEST TACTICAL USE OF TV: Havas Media Ireland for Domino’s with the campaign Domino’s Summer of Yodel
-BEST USE OF TV SPONSORSHIP: Core Sponsorship with Publicis Leon for Panadol, with the campaign “Panadol Made in Ireland with RTÉ”
-BEST TV STRATEGY (joint 1st): Spark Foundry Ireland with Core for KFC for the campaign “KFC: It’s Got to BE…TV”
-BEST TV STRATEGY (joint 1st): EssenceMediacom Ireland for Sky Glass with the campaign Sky Glass would like your attention
-TV TEAM OF THE YEAR: Dentsu
You can see all the photos from a fantastic afternoon here
As part of this year’s event, we have created a special TAMI Awards Digital Edition which tells the story of the day and showcases all the incredible winning case studies, including the winning campaign from Wavemaker which won €100,000 worth of TV airtime for its client Bord Bia.
Next year’s TAMI Awards will be open for entry in January 2024.
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