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Media Awards 2017: Deadline Extension and New Judges Confirmed

The deadline for entries to the Media Awards 2017 has been extended to March 8th at 10am.

In addition, the organisers of the Awards have announced that a number of new judges have been added to the judging panel with additional judges set to be announced next week.

Judges who just joined the panel this week include: Susie O’Donoghue, Senior Manager, European Media Strategy, Kellogs;  Aisling Blake, Managing Director, Radical: Paul Cooke, Media Consultant; Nigel Brophy, managing director of Brophy Media Consulting; Sarah Shimmons, Head of Marketing, Linwoods Health Food, Craig Farrell, Managing Director, ZenithOptimedia, Orla Tumelty, Senior Marketing Officer, South Eastern Regional College, NI; Lynsey Redpath, Marketing & Ecommerce Manager, Argento; Nick Fletcher, Broadcast Director, Core Media; Joanna Gorczak, Client Service Director, Vizeum; Una Herlihy, Managing Director, BKC,  Pauline Moore, Head of Media, ASG Partners; Graham Taylor, CEO of Havas Media; Simon Durham, CEO of Kinetic and Gary Finnerty, Head of Marketing, Post Insurance.

Last week the organisers of the Awards announced the first batch of judges. These included Mark Henry, Central Marketing Director, Tourism Ireland; Radina Shkutova, Marketing Director, Heineken Ireland Camille O’Flanagan, Marketing Director, Barry’s Tea; Meadhbh Quinn, Head of Brand & Marketing, Virgin Media Ireland; Neil Dalton, Head of Marketing & Product, SEAT Ireland; John Trainor, Founder & CEO, Onside; Peter Hatton, Head of Marketing, Personal Care, Unilever; Laura Lynch, Head of Youth, Bank of Ireland and Neil Dalton, Head of Marketing & Product, SEAT Ireland.

The Awards will take place on April 20th in the Clayton Hotel, Dublin 4. Partners to this year’s awards include RTÉ Media Sales; DMG Media, Dublin Airport Authority and the Sunday Business Post.

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