The Association for International Broadcasting (AIB) is looking to recognize the best of the best from the world’s media with its annual media awards.
The 2010 AIB Awards are accepting nominations through 2 July 2010 for examples of excellence from radio, television, crossmedia, marketing and technology. The awards are in their sixth year and entries are judged by a jury of eminent media professionals from around the globe.
New for 2010 is the People’s Choice Award; broadcasters’ coverage of climate change will be judged by an international audience of viewers through social networking sites around the world. Also new for 2010 is the Children’s Factual Programming Award, recognizing the very best in children’s television.
Returning categories are: Clearest Coverage of a Single News Event (television and radio); Best current affairs documentary (television and radio); Best Investigative Documentary (television and radio); Best Creative Feature (television and radio); Best Children’s Factual Program/Series; Most Creative Specialist Genre; Best Online, Mobile Or Crossmedia Production; On-Air Personality of the Year (television and radio); People’s Choice: Best Coverage of Climate Change; Most Creative Marketing Strategy; and Most Innovative Technology.
The winners will be announced in London on 10 November.