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Clio 2010: India’s Santosh Padhi & Ashish Chakravorty on jury panel

04-March-2010
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Clio 2010: India’s Santosh Padhi & Ashish Chakravorty on jury panel

The jury for Clio Awards 2010, the international advertising, design and communications competition, has been announced. From India, this year there are only two ad men on the jury panel – Santosh Padhi, Chief Creative Officer & Co-founder, Taproot India, and Ashish Chakravorty, Creative Director, McCann Erickson India.

Padhi will be on the jury for Print/ Poster/ Billboard/ Integrated Campaign/ Innovative Media/ Direct Mail category, while Chakravorty will judge the Television/ Cinema/ Digital category.

The 51st Annual Clio Awards will be held on May 26-27 in New York City. The 51st Annual Clio Awards will be held on May 26-27 in New York City, the birthplace of Clio. The judging will take place in La Jolla, California, beginning April.

Karl Vontz, Director of Events, AdweekMedia & CLIO Awards, commented, “We’ve maintained this standard for 50 years by appointing top creatives whose work epitomises the vanguard in their respective fields, and who share a profound understanding of the ever-evolving dynamics of the global marketplace.”

The Clio Awards has a total of eight categories, including – Content & Contact; Design; Interactive; Print/ Poster/ Billboard/ Innovative Media/ Integrated Campaign/ Direct Mail; Radio; Television/ Cinema/ Digital; Television/ Cinema/ Digital Technique; and Strategic Communications/ Public Relations.

The online entry system is accessible at www.clioawards.com and will remain open till March 10, 2010.

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