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Entries Invited for fourth Asian Digital Media Awards

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NEW DELHI: Entries have been invited for the fourth Asian Digital Media Awards. The award will distinguish the most forward thinking and creative achievements of news companies that have embraced digital media in order to meet the major changes in how people consume information today.

Entries must be submitted to WAN-IFRA by 23 August. The competition is open to all publishers in Asia Pacific and the Middle East.

All entries must have been published between September 2012 and August 2013. Award winners will be honoured at Digital Media Asia 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 12 to 14 November.

The award categories are: online media, cross-media, online video, online infographics, mobile media, tablet publishing and social media.

Registration and submission of entries is fully online. On completing the registration and payment, the applicants will receive a link and password to upload the entries.

Any number of entries can be submitted. However, each entry has to be specified during the online registration and requires the payment of the entry fee. Entries that do not conform to submission criteria will be disqualified.

Participants must grant WAN-IFRA Asia the full rights to retain and use, free-of-charge, any images or material from the contest for publication in books, exhibitions and websites or for educational and promotional purposes.

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