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Cannes Lions 2016: 7 Indian entries make it to Radio Lions shortlist

20-June-2016
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Cannes Lions 2016: 7 Indian entries make it to Radio Lions shortlist

The shortlist for the Radio Lions were announced today at Cannes 2016.  A total of 7 Indian entries made it to the final short list with Law & Kenneth, Saatchi & Saatchi leading the way with 3 shortlisted entries for their work for Thomas Cook.

Meanwhile, Contract Advertising and Bates Chi & Partners saw two entries a piece in the shortlist.

Contract Advertising saw its work for Truecaller get appreciated by making it to the shortlist while Bates Chi & Partners’ work for shesays.in also made the cut.

In all, 155 entries made it to the shortlist with the winners to be announced tomorrow.

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