The INMA Global Media Awards competition is open to news media companies and entities affiliated with the news media industry. Entries must be prepared and uploaded by the news media organisation, news media organisation representative, advertising agency, or public relations firm working on the company's behalf.
Entries must have been executed during the 2016 calendar year. If you are entering from an ongoing campaign that was entered in a previous year, you must submit new work from the campaign.
There should be no more than six files per entry. Each file must not exceed 20MB. Allowed file types are JPEG, PDF, MP3, WMA, WMV and MOV. Under “Objectives and Results,” there is a 330-word limit for each field. Due to the file size, if you have a video campaign that has been uploaded to YouTube or an online system of this nature, you can include a direct link to the video either on the “Objectives” or “Results” portion of your entry, or you can provide your link in a PDF document and upload this file as part of your entry.
You may enter in as many categories as you wish. If you are submitting an entry in more than one category, please submit it separately in each category, as it will be judged separately.
The objective in the groupings is to judge like-sized and like-minded companies against one another.
Entries must be submitted in one of two groups:
Syndicated material or campaigns that are not specifically prepared for your company are not eligible. INMA reserves the right to disqualify any entry that fails to conform to the rules. Disqualified entries will not be judged. Fees for entries will not be returned. INMA is not responsible for materials entered in the competition.
Please do not include confidential information in your entries to the INMA Global Media Awards competition. All entries will be publicly displayed in INMA's Best Practices Archive.