The Thinkbox TV Planning Awards 2020

Entries are now open.

The Thinkbox TV Planning Awards are about celebrating brilliantly effective uses of TV and recognising the people behind them. Brilliant planning - that delivers brand and business benefits - lies at the heart of all successful advertising and these awards are about finding and recognising the most innovative and successful TV activity, whether that be as part of a multi-media advertising campaign or simply shining on its own. 

Here you can find out about this year’s awards categories and navigate to our TV Planning Awards website where you can find lots of other useful info including specific criteria and entry requirements.

You must register your details in order to submit an entry. 

This year we are launching a brand new award, 'Young TV Planner of the year' - could this be you?

The Thinkbox TV Planning Awards 2020 are held in partnership with Campaign and are free to enter.  Entries are open to UK campaigns only.

Award categories

There are seven categories that you can enter:

  • Best use of content
  • Best use of sponsorship
  • Best integrated campaign
  • Best small budget use of TV
  • Best ongoing use of TV
  • Best TV newcomer
  • Young TV Planner of the year

In addition, judges will select a 'Grand Prix' winner from the category winners plus, all shortlisted entries may also be considered for a special ‘Advanced TV planning’ award that demonstrates the use of new opportunities opened by technology. 

TV activity must have taken place largely within the calendar year Jan-Dec 2019.

If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]

 

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