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GoaFest 2008: Shortlists for Abby Awards 2008 announced

01-April-2008
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GoaFest 2008:  Shortlists for Abby Awards 2008 announced

Shortlists were announced on March 31 for the Abby Awards at GoaFest 2008 in various categories such as Print, Film Single, Radio Single, Integrated, Ambient Media, Direct, Interactive, Print Craft, radio Craft and Film Craft, among others. Over 3,800 entries have been received for this year’s Abbys.

Most advertising honchos have said that the overall quality of entries this year were good, except for the Radio category, which was found to be lacking.

Stage is now set for the best creative works to fight for the metals. Click here

Also read:

Overall quality of entries good at Abbys, though Radio disappoints, say experts

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