Digiday Video Awards Europe

27 January, 2017

Open for Entries: Early deadline

 

The Digiday Video Awards Europe recognize the most outstanding and inspired work in branded digital video, video marketing and video advertising in Europe.

Have what it takes this year? Don't miss the following deadlines to submit your work.

Early deadline: 27 January 2017 - $295 per entry
Regular deadline: 17 February 2017 - $395 per entry
Last chance deadline: 24 February 2017 - $495 per entry

Sign up here to receive reminders of submission deadlines

Get more from Digiday Awards on Twitter: @DigidayAwards

Digiday Video Awards Europe

27 January, 2017

Open for Entries: Early deadline

 

The Digiday Video Awards Europe recognize the most outstanding and inspired work in branded digital video, video marketing and video advertising in Europe.

Have what it takes this year? Don't miss the following deadlines to submit your work.

Early deadline: 27 January 2017 - $295 per entry
Regular deadline: 17 February 2017 - $395 per entry
Last chance deadline: 24 February 2017 - $495 per entry

Sign up here to receive reminders of submission deadlines

Get more from Digiday Awards on Twitter: @DigidayAwards

Categories

Best Brand Video - Single

Best branded content video designed with the purpose of promotion, to build a brand's image and/or establish a connection for a product or service among consumers.

Best Brand Video - Series

Best branded video web series designed with a purpose to provide content, build a brand’s image, connection, entertainment, or to drive direct response for a product or service among consumers.

Best Multi-Platform Video Campaign

Best advertising campaign integrated through two or more video channels such as online, social, mobile, email, out-of-home, TV or other video platforms with a purpose of advertising, promotion, entertainment, engagement, or driving sales among its consumers. *Must include two or more of the mentioned video channels.

Best Live Moment

Best live video broadcast on one of the following mediums: Facebook Live, Periscope, Youtube, etc. *Must support why it was important & back it up with statistics.

Best Brand Video Destination or Channel

Best branded video content destination with a purpose to entertain or inform customers. The destination or channel may include the brand's website, YouTube channel, Vine or Snapchat account, or other video channels.

Best Video Ad

An in-stream or in-banner video ad for branding or direct response with a purpose of branding, advertising, promotion, education, entertainment, engagement or driving sales among its consumers.

Best Video Distribution Platform

The best existing, new, or improved video syndication platform to deliver branded video across the web and other platforms.

Best Video Ad Tech Innovation

The best new or improved video technology innovation to deliver video content, measure or support video content, branded content or video advertising campaigns. The video technology itself can support any of the following media: online, social, mobile, email, out-of-home, TV or other video platforms.

Best Advertiser in Video

The best brand and advertiser using digital video for branding, advertising, marketing, direct response and/or PR.

Best Video Publisher Partner for Brands

The best publisher for brands to partner with to develop and produce native advertising campaigns and/or support video ads. This includes integration across multiple platforms to promote a brand, product or service to consumers or an audience.

Best Video Advertising Agency or Partner

The best advertising, media, and creative agency that develops and executes video content marketing and advertising campaigns in paid, owned and earned media.

Best Social Video Campaign

Best branded social video campaign created to build a relationship with a brand, product or service. Must have been integrated across Facebook, Instagram, Vine, Snapchat, or other social platforms.

Judges

Dan Chapman

head of digital
MediaCom

Will Cheyney

design director
DF London

Jerry Daykin

digital partner
Carat Global

James Grigg

director, international operations
Bleacher Report

Dolly Jones

director of digital strategy
Conde Nast

Emma Moorhead

head of AV planning
MEC

Louise Ridley

news editor, longform & special projects
BuzzFeed

Gavin Rowe

founder & chief creative officer
Bigballs Media

Ben Sinden

director, video content
Telegraph Media Group
All Speakers

Judging Criteria

The judges will be looking for companies or campaigns that can clearly demonstrate success over the past 12 months. We suggest providing evidence to substantiate your entries including, but not limited to, metrics around KPIs, creative assets, links to your work or other items you feel speak to the quality of your submission. Judges will also consider the structure, presentation and clarity of each entry.

Each section of the entry will be scored based on the following criteria:

- Creativity

- Innovative thinking

- Consumer value

- Results related to KPIs

Entries should relate to business conducted from January 2016-January 2017. Interested in being a judge? Submit your nomination here

The Judging Process

1. Judges score each question within the entry form based on the outlined criteria.

2. These are then combined to create an overall score for each entry.

3.  All judges' scores are totaled and the highest scoring entries will determine the shortlist.

4. Judges meet to discuss the highest scoring entries and then agree on the category winner.

The shortlist will be announced in March, 2017. The winners will be announced at the awards gala held in April, 2017.

Confidentiality

All material will remain confidential to the judges, who are required to sign a non-disclosure agreement. Winning case studies may be used in post-event materials to promote best practices. Permission will be sought from entrants before publishing.

Sponsors

Contact

For more information: email Kelsey Lundstrom
For sponsorship opportunities: email Lauren Lankford