Two Silver London International Awards to The Studio at SCA and a Bronze to 303MullenLowe

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LIA_Logo2017_BLOG.jpgThe three Radio & Audio finalists from Perth at the London International Awards (LIA) have converted to statues.

Complete DJ 'Scratch Master Craig' by Mitch Mitchell at The Studio at SCA and Water Corporation epic 'Longest ad for shorter showers' by Matt Dickson, also at The Studio at SCA each picked up a Silver.

Road Safety Commission 'Time With Mum - Window' by 303 MullenLowe  picked up a Bronze. It was written by Tommy Medalia, who is now with McCann Erickson Melbourne, and Joe Hawkins, now at Marketforce.

The 32nd Annual London International Awards judging was held at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas, convening over a 10-day period. The juries, led by their respective jury presidents, viewed and scored every entry within their medium, ensuring that all the work was judged equally.

This year Australia brought home 70 LIA statues - 23 Gold, 23 Silver, 24 Bronze as well as 22 finalists.
In total 820 LIA statues, in addition to finalists, were awarded across 40 countries with Australia ranking #3. The top countries were United States (209), United Kingdom (95), Australia (70), Germany (66) and Japan (59).

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne was awarded the Regional Agency of the Year for the Australia & New Zealand region. The Regional Radio & Audio Company of the Year for the Australia & New Zealand region was awarded to Eardrum, Sydney.

"I would like to congratulate all the Australian winners and finalists and especially, AIRBAG for being named Global Production Company of the Year," said LIA President Barbara Levy. "2017 was an amazing year with some exceptional work. Winning an LIA Statue was no easy feat. Our highly esteemed juries worked diligently, they visited and revisited each piece of shortlisted work again and again. Kudos to all the winners for producing some of the finest work released in the world this year."

See all the Australian winners HERE.

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