CLIO Awards names radio, TV winners for 2010


The CLIO Awards, honoring creative excellence and innovation, announced winners for the 2010 Print & TV Awards in NYC. The awards, hosted by John Michael Higgins, Actor (Best In Show, A Mighty Wind, Yes Man), honored winning work in mediums including: Print; Poster; Billboard; Direct Mail; Television/Cinema/Digital; Television/Cinema/Digital Technique; Radio and Student.

The evening’s list of Grand and Gold CLIO winners:

  RADIO: 26 Statues (2 Gold, 10 Silver, 14 Bronze)
  Gold Winners:
  —  DeVito/Verdi, New York, Entertainment, “Puppies” / “Dance Club” /
      “Oktoberfest” campaign for National Thoroughbred Racing Association
  —  Net#workBBDO, Johannesburg, Travel/Tourism, “It’s Worth It” campaign
      for Virgin Atlantic Airlines – Upper Class

TELEVISION/CINEMA/DIGITAL – PRODUCT/SERVICE: 33 Statues (1 Grand, 4 Gold, 11 Silver, 17 Bronze)

  Grand and Gold Winners:
  —  Publicis Mojo, Walsh Bay, Beverages/Alcoholic, “Pure Waters” for James
      Boag’s Draught (GRAND CLIO)
  —  BETC Euro RSCG, Paris, Media, “Closet” for CANAL+
  —  Ogilvy & Mather Santiago, Public Service, “PC Folders” for UNICEF
  —  Saatchi & Saatchi NY, Toiletries, “New Kid” for  Procter&Gamble/Luvs
  —  TAXI, Toronto, Pharmaceuticals, “Antiquing” / “Strolling” / “Reading”
      campaign for Pfizer – Viagra

TELEVISION/CINEMA/DIGITAL – TECHNIQUE: 51 Statues (7 Gold, 15 Silver, 29 Bronze)
 Gold Winners:
  —  180 Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Cinematography, “Every Team Needs ‘The
      Spark'” for adidas
  —  Colenso BBDO, Auckland, Animation, “Going West” for New Zealand Book
  —  DDB London, Direction, “Cinema 21:9” for Philips
  —  Framestore, London, Animation, “DJ Hero” for Activision/Freestyle
  —  Grey Worldwide GmbH, Düsseldorf , Music-Original, “Monkey” for
      Tierschutzbund e.V.
  —  The Hive, Dublin, Cinematography, “Memories” for Barnardos Children’s
  —  MassMarket, New York, Visual Effects, “Human Chain” for Nike

  BILLBOARD: 11 Statues (2 Gold, 4 Silver, 5 Bronze)
  Gold Winners:
  —  School of Visual Arts, New York, Student, “Crane” for Caterpillar
  —  TBWAHUNTLASCARIS, Johannesburg, “The Trillion Dollar Billboard” for
      The Zimbabwean Newspaper

  DIRECT MAIL: 6 Statues (1 Gold, 1 Silver, 4 Bronze)
  Gold Winners:
  —  Y&R South Africa, Johannesburg, Collateral, “Toy Soldiers” for UNICEF

  —  Gorgeous Enterprises, London, “Tag” for Nike

  PRINT: 64 Statues (14 Gold, 20 Silver, 30 Bronze)
  Gold Winners:
  —  AlmapBBDO, Sao Paulo, Apparel/Fashion/Footwear, “Havaianas Nest”
      campaign for Havaianas – Sao Paulo Alpargatas
  —  AlmapBBDO, Sao Paulo, Media, “Bono Vox” / “Amy Winehouse” / “Eminem” /  “Marilyn Manson” campaign for Billboard
  —  AlmapBBDO, Sao Paulo, Corporate/Institutional, “How Far Does Your
      Creativity Go?” campaign for EPA
  —  CLM BBDO, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pet/Petcare, “Couples” campaign for
  —  DDB Brasil, Sao Paulo, Travel/Tourism, “Routine” campaign for Terra
  —  DDB Brasil, Sao Paulo, Travel/Tourism, “City/Country” for Terra Travel
  —  Prolam Y&R, Santiago, Pet/Petcare, “Hand” for Nutribalance
  —  Prolam Y&R, Santiago, Cosmetics/Beauty, “Damn” for Colgate Max Fresh
  —  Saatchi & Saatchi, Sydney, Public Service, “Kill a Kid, Kill a Family:
      The Smith Family” for Pedestrian Council of Australia
  —  Scholz & Friends, Berlin, Media, “Augsburger Allgemeine: Global News
      Starts As Local News” campaign for Augsburger Allgemeine Daily
  —  School of Visual Arts, New York, Student, “Euthanasia” for
  —  Taproot India, Mumbai, Business Equipment/Services, “Colours of India”
      campaign for Conqueror Paper India
  —  Vitruvio Leo Burnett, Madrid, Leisure, “Octopus” for Alien 30th
  —  Y&R, New York, Entertainment, “The Wonderful World of VH1” campaign
      for VH1

  POSTER: 29 Statues (1 Grand, 1 Gold, 8 Silver, 19 Bronze)
  Grand and Gold Winners:
  —  TBWAHUNTLASCARIS, Johannesburg, “The Trillion Dollar Poster
      Campaign” for The Zimbabwean Newspaper (GRAND CLIO)
  —  AlmapBBDO, Sao Paulo, Corporate/Institutional, “Panamericana Panel
      School of Art” for EPA