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We are delighted to announce the winners of this year’s TAMI Awards-Ireland’s TV Planning Awards. From innovative integrated strategies to small budget success stories to clever content partnerships, this year’s winners list has it all.
Havas Media and Hyundai had cause for celebration at this year’s TAMI Award by lifting both the Best Ongoing Use of TV award and the coveted Grand Prix.
In the Best Use of TV Sponsorship category, Mediacom working with Boots were the winners in a highly competitive category.
Ad Vantage Media working with Sky Media for BCP Asset Management were victorious with their entry in the Best Use of TV on a Small Budget category. In the Best Use of TV to Drive a Rapid Response Sky Media working for UNICEF triumphed, while RTÉ working with Carat for Electric Ireland Darkness into Light were winners in the Best Use of Innovation Category.
See the full list of winners here and take a minute, or perhaps 30, to watch the winners films and read ALL of the shortlisted inspiring case studies. We promise it’ll be worth it.
You can see all the photos from a fantastic afternoon here
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