Iris leads nominations for inaugural Digiday Video Awards Europe

Please note, for 2018 we have consolidated our European awards into two programs. The Video Awards Europe are no longer a separate program anymore, but instead the categories can be found as a part of the Digiday Media Awards Europe and the Marketing & Advertising Awards Europe.

The finalists for the first-ever Digiday Video Awards Europe have been announced, and Iris is the entrant to beat.

Iris is up for five nominations. It’s up for Best Brand Video – Single for “Jeep Portraits” for Jeep and “Never Follow” for Adidas. Iris also has work up in Best Multi-Platform Video Campaign for “Rethink Role Models” for Samsung, and Best Advertiser in Video also for “Never Follow” and Best Social Video Campaign for “Boss Everyone” for Adidas.

News UK nabbed four finalist slots. The UK-based publisher of the Sun, The Times, The Sunday Times and the Times Literary Supplement is in the running for Best Brand Video Series, Best Live Moment and Best Social Video Campaign, all for its “Sun Bets” series. It’s also up for Best Multi-Platform Video Campaign.

See the full list of finalists across all 12 categories here.

The gala will take place on April 6 at The Brewery in London. Tickets are available for purchase here.

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