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Information about past Digiday Awards: Check out articles on our past programs below to learn more about the coverage you can expect as a finalist or winner and examples of winning campaigns.
NowThis, Twitch and Code and Theory win at the Digiday Fall Awards Gala: NowThis, Code and Theory, Group SJR and Salesforce are among the winners emerging from the Digiday Fall Awards Gala, which was attended by Turner, Dow Jones, MailChimp and CBS Interactive, all of whom were finalists.
Food52, Salesforce and Planned Parenthood are among Digiday Awards winners: Food52, Salesforce, Planned Parenthood and more took home the first 2019 Digiday Awards.
Walgreens, CBS Interactive, Food52, Kohl’s and more named finalists for the 2019 Digiday Awards: This year’s shortlist includes the biggest names in media and marketing: CBS Interactive, Food52, Walgreens, Kohl’s, Sephora and more.
Gallery: Visit our Facebook page to view photos from the 2019 Digiday Fall Awards Gala.
HP wins Brand of the Year at the Digiday Awards: Tech giant HP, Inc. took home the award for Brand of the Year at last night’s Digiday Awards gala, which was held at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers in New York. This year, the Palo Alto-based juggernaut sought to evaluate and alter the ways in which it reaches its customers in an effort to evolve beyond transactional relationships and continue to create emotional connections with stakeholders.
Havas, Arby’s and Carat lead the Digiday Awards finalists: Arby’s, Carat and Havas Media Group are among the group of finalists being recognized for standout work in the 2018 Digiday Awards, the industry’s annual celebration of the companies, campaigns and creative that are modernizing media and marketing.
Gallery: Visit our Facebook page to view photos from the 2018 Digiday Awards gala.
Caraa, Mashable and R/GA are named Most Innovative at the 2017 Digiday Awards: Luxury fitness brand Caraa, media company Mashable and digital agency R/GA were honored for their innovations in media and marketing at the Digiday Awards gala.
R/GA and SapientRazorfish lead this year’s Digiday Awards finalists with three nominations each: R/GA is up for Best Use of Social for Nike’s “Mamba Day” commemorating NBA star Kobe Bryant’s retirement, Best Product Launch for “Billion Color Film” for Samsung’s QLED TV and Most Innovative Agency.
Gallery: Visit our Facebook page to view photos from the 2017 Digiday Awards gala.
Casper is this year’s Most Innovative Brand at the 2016 Digiday Awards: Mattress company Casper, digital agency Huge and women’s lifestyle media company Refinery29 took home top honors at the 2016 Digiday Awards.
R/GA leads the 2016 Digiday Awards with five nominations: Digital agency R/GA leads the 2016 Digiday Awards with five nominations total. It is in the running for Best Branding Consumer Campaign for “Super Bowls” campaign for Jet.com, Best Product Launch for the Samsung Galaxy S6 mobile phone, Best Use of Social for the “Straight Outta” campaign and Best Use of Mobile and Best Creative for Samsung’s “ANTIdiaRy”campaign to promote the release of Rihanna’s eighth studio album “ANTI.”
Leo Burnett Chicago wins big at the 2015 Digiday Awards: Leo Burnett Chicago was the big winner of the fifth annual Digiday Awards, bringing home three awards in all, including wins for its client Allstate and its “Social-Media Savvy Burglar” campaign. The agency also took home the Best In Show trophy.
2015 Digiday Awards finalists reflect growing diversity in creative partners: You can dip a pretzel in hummus, salsa or baba ganoush. But for its Digiday-Award nominated social campaign, “House of Gold,” Rold Gold plunged its pretzel thins into intrigue, betrayal and ambition. The 17-episode social videos have racked up more than 1 million views each.