MediaCom Australia Wins Gold And Silver At Festival Of Media Global Awards

MediaCom Australia Wins Gold And Silver At Festival Of Media Global Awards
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Celebrating the best in media thinking from around the world, MediaCom has been recognised for its excellence and creative media thinking by winning Silver and Bronze awards at the 2015 Festival of Media Global Awards.

Receiving a Silver award for Queensland Health’s ‘Your Future Is Not Pretty’ campaign and a Bronze award for NBC Universal’s ‘Devious Maid Gets Busted: Launch of Devious Maids Season 1, MediaCom is thrilled to be amongst the winners announced at the prestigious gala dinner in Rome, Italy last night.

Specifically created to provide a platform to promote the best in class work globally, The Festival of Media is the only awarding body that is dedicated to the evolution of media and honours best in class media thinking and communications.

Judged by a senior panel of media agencies and advertisers, MediaCom is delighted to announce they have won awards for:

  1. Best Event/Experiential Campaign: Queensland Health ‘Your Future Is Not Pretty’ – Silver.
  2. Best Entertainment Platform: NBC Universal ‘Devious Maid Gets Busted: Launch of Devious Maids Season 1 – Bronze.

Receiving a Silver award for Queensland Health’s ‘Your Future Is Not Pretty’, this campaign was focused on make-unders showing the future ugliness of smoking and aimed at compelling vanity driven teens to not only quit smoking, but to also never light up.

Nicole Boyd, managing director, MediaCom Brisbane said, “Behaviour changing campaigns with Queensland Government have been high on our agenda recently and we are thrilled to have been awarded for a campaign which helps people understand the long term effects of smoking. This is a great achievement for the team, our client Queensland Health who enables us to produce great work and for MBA. We are delighted to have won such an accolade.”

Mark Pejic, CEO MediaCom Australia said: “This is a fantastic performance from our teams here at MediaCom Australia, I am so proud to have our work recognised on such a global scale. We are increasingly living in a connected world, and creativity and innovation helps to inspire us to continue to deliver a high calibre of work for all our clients. MediaCom’s winning campaigns show just how content can effectively be used to change consumer behaviour. I am thrilled for our people as our success is down to the hard work they do each and everyday.”

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