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TV Planning Awards 2022 finalist films

TV Planning Awards 2022 finalist films

Posted on: July 6, 2022
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The TV Planning Awards went live for the first time in 3 years and it was so good to celebrate in person and in style.

MediaCom UK were awarded the coveted 'Grand Prix' award for their seamless work with Dulux; MG OMD rose to the top becoming 'TV Planning Agency of the Year'; and the baton was passed to a brand new 'Young TV Planner of the Year', Rachel Douglas from One Agency Media. Other winners include: dentsu X & The Story Lab, Electric Glue, OMD UK, PHD UK, Republic of Media, Starcom, the7stars and Yonder Media.

See the full awards breakdown below.

Best use of content / Grand Prix

MediaCom UK for Dulux

Also shortlisted:

Electric Glue for Rightmove

Havas Media for The Open University

Best use of sponsorship

Starcom & Channel 4 for Vinted

Also shortlisted:

Carat UK for Heinz

OMD UK for Lidl

Best small budget use of TV

MG OMD for Bobbi Brown

Also Shortlisted:

december19 for Pizza Hut Delivery

PHD UK, ITV & Saatchi & Saatchi for British Heart Foundation

Best TV ad planning

OMD UK for McDonald's

Highly Commended

Republic of Media for Scottish Government

Also shortlisted:

MediaCom UK for cinch

MG OMD for Motorway

Best ongoing use of TV

the7stars for Gousto

Also Shortlisted:

Carat UK for Premier Foods

december19 for Xero

Best TV newcomer

dentsu X / The Story Lab for Drambuie

Highly Commended

Yonder Media for The Coconut Collab

Also Shortlisted:

december19 for Project Screen by Prenetics

Pintarget for Ecotricity

Young TV Planner of the Year

Rachel Douglas - One Agency Media

Also Shortlisted:

James Watkins - Wavemaker UK

Jessica Bates - OMD UK

Megan Connell - Republic of Media

Rebecca Cusack - Carat UK

Special Prizes

Best contextual innovation

Electric Glue for Rightmove

Most agile use of TV

PHD UK, ITV and Saatchi & Saatchi for British Heart Foundation

TV Planning Agency of the Year

MG OMD

Also Shortlisted:

Mediacom UK

Starcom

the7stars