Roxy Velvet performing at #aops2011
"The AOPs have emerged as the digital media awards that everybody wants to win."IPC Inspire Digital Director Matthew Gerry
The AOP Digital Publishing Awards 2012
are now open for entries.
The AOPs celebrate excellence in digital media across the UK publishing industry, with this year's winners to be announced at the iconic Roundhouse venue in Camden, London on 19 July.
Find out how to enter
and view a full list of award categories here
- the deadline for entries is 16 March.
The 20 categories this year include three new awards: Use of Social Media 2012
– reflecting the ever-growing importance of social media channels for publishers; Pureplay Digital Publisher 2012
– recognising for the first time the success of digital-only media owners and Technology Partner 2012
acknowledging the importance of supplier companies and startups to media owners’ future success.
“Every award win is special, but being crowned AOP Editorial Team of the Year will always be one of our best memories - a great recognition for the C+D team and a great night out. We’ll be back to win it again!”Chemist+Druggist Editor Gary Paragpuri - 2011 winner
AOP Director Lee Baker says: “We enjoyed our biggest ever awards last year, taking over the Camden Roundhouse for a celebration of the best and the brightest in the industry with over 1000 guests– but we haven’t rested on our laurels."
"The new categories we have added this year reflect important changes to our members’ businesses, and the continuing development of the industry as a whole. All of this should add up to another evening of fun and intense competition at the Roundhouse.”
This year’s event will be the 11th
AOP Awards. As last year there will be an overall “AOP Grand Prix 2012”
prize which can be awarded by the judges additionally to a winning entry. Entries are invited from publishing companies based in the UK, while the Ad Ops Team, Research and Insights and Tech Partner categories are all open to non-publishers.
"Winning an AOP award was a huge honour and privilege. It means a great deal and something I will treasure throughout my professional life."Telegraph Digital Media Editor Emma Barnett - winner of Editorial Individual 2011
The Twitter hashtag for the event is #aops2012
Find out more at the AOP Awards 2012 homepage
- including pictures and video from last year's event
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