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London International Awards announces the 2018 Ambient | Print | Poster | Billboard | Verbal Identity Jury

LIA announces that Jeremy Craigen, Global Chief Creative Officer of Innocean Worldwide, will preside over the Ambient | Print | Poster | Billboard | Verbal Identity jury.

Jeremy started his career, many moons ago, at Ted Bates where in his first year was awarded best young creative team by the UKs Creative Circle. After Bates merged with Dorlands he moved to the then named BMP DDB Neednam where he stayed for many years and many name changes. In 2015 he joined Innocean as CCO, looking over 23 offices worldwide. With new leadership now in place in key areas, Europe, North America, Sydney and India, he is very excited about the creative future of Innocean.

“I can’t believe it’s ten years since LIA has been judged in Vegas. What I can believe is that under its management, it has gone from strength to strength, always evolving, never afraid to try out new ideas. Our industry could learn a lot from LIA. Yes, I’m biased, they are like family. But every juror that comes to judge LIA feels the same way,” stated Craigen.

“While it is true that a lot of our judges feel like part of the LIA family once they have judged for us, the main undergirding reason why these judges were chosen is because they are known in their countries and worldwide for their outstanding work. We have every confidence that they will select only the winners based on the highest creative standards,” said Barbara Levy, President of LIA.

2018 Ambient | Print | Poster | Billboard | Verbal Identity Jury:
Jeremy Craigen – Jury President – Global Chief Creative Officer of Innocean Worldwide
Nils Andersson, Asia Creative President & Greater China President, TBWA\Shanghai
Joaquín Espagnol, Executive Creative Director, Cheil Spain, Madrid
Karen Howe, President, The Township Group, Toronto
Armin Jochum, Chief Creative Officer and Founder of thjnk Germany, Hamburg
Marcos Medeiros, Partner/Chief Creative Officer at CP+B Brazil, São Paulo
Tom Murphy, Chief Creative Officer at McCann New York, New York
Helen Pak, CCO Grey Group Canada & President, Grey Toronto
Ali Rez, Regional Creative Director at BBDO, Dubai
Jason Romeyko, Worldwide Executive Creative Director at Serviceplan International, Munich
Joe Sciarotta, Co-Chief Creative Officer at Ogilvy & Mather, Chicago
Tista Sen, National Creative Director & Senior Vice-President at J. Walter Thompson, Mumbai
Darren Spiller, Chief Creative Officer at Host/Havas, Sydney
Sompat Trisadikun, Chief Creative Officer, The Leo Burnett Group Thailand, Bangkok

The Ambient | Print | Poster | Billboard | Verbal Identity judging will take place at Encore Las Vegas from October 3rd through October 5th.

The Entry System is open for entries. The initial entry deadline is the July 31st.

For more information on submissions and eligibility, please visit the LIA website at www.liaawards.com.

About the London International Awards:

London International Awards (LIA) is a global festival honoring creativity and new ideas in Advertising, Production, Digital, Design, Health & Medical, Music & Sound, Technology and Branded Entertainment. The awards, founded in 1986 by President Barbara Levy, began by honoring advertising in the realms of Cinema, Television, Print and Radio, evolving since its inception into 22 unique media types. It was the first truly international advertising awards of its kind to acknowledge all media and methods from all over the world to be judged by a diverse global jury. Every member on each Jury Panel, including the Jury President, judges all entries, excluding their own work, in their respective media. Each Jury has the discretion to award a Grand LIA within the media they are judging.

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Reporters Without Borders Germany and Serviceplan Turn Fonts of Banned Newspapers into Symbols of Press Freedom

More and more media organizations are censored or closed and journalists arrested. These are drastic measures taken by oppressive regimes to limit freedom of press. As a reaction Reporters without Borders Germany launched the campaign FONTS FOR FREEDOM, conceived by Serviceplan Campaign Hamburg to turn the fonts of prohibited newspapers into symbols of press freedom. Reporters Without Borders Germany reconstructed the house fonts of 9 newspapers banned by governments in Turkey, Azerbaijan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Tanzania, Hungary and Russia. Countries with a track record of suppressing freedom of press. The fonts were then given to major German newspapers like Süddeutsche, Die Welt, TAZ and Augsburger Allgemeine. They used the Fonts for Freedom on their title- and media pages along with matching topics. This way, every single daily became a symbol of press freedom.

Further initiatives followed: Reporters Without Borders Germany launched a striking demonstration against one of the most notorious enemies of press freedom: Turkish president Erdoğan. When he visited Germany in 2018, he was confronted with billboards promoting press freedom as he left Berlin airport. The special: the confronting headlines where set in exactly the fonts of the newspapers he had recently banned.

"We are very happy to create a platform together with Reporters Without Borders Germany to bring banned newspapers back in the public spotlight." said Sön Becker and Eduard Hörner, responsible creative directors.

To give the campaign an even wider reach billboards, posters and banners set additional statements for press freedom. All were using the fonts of previously banned newspapers.

Supporters of the ‘Fonts for Freedom’ campaign could make a personal stand for press freedom online by writing their own statement using a Font for Freedom or supporting the charity with donations. On the website there is a growing permanent archive for fonts of shut down newspapers. Everyone is invited to download or directly use these fonts to spread the message on the streets and on social media.

View the case film here:

The ‘Fonts for Freedom’ campaign was a successful statement in support of freedom of
press. The campaign saved banned newspapers from being forgotten and supports journalists worldwide who fight for freedom of the press. Reporters without Borders Germany strongly believe that press freedom is one of the foundations of democratic society, and their mission is to stand up for freedom of press throughout the world.

Serviceplan Campaign Hamburg worked closely with selected typographers to recreate the fonts of banned newspapers. The motivation was to use these fonts to take a symbolic stand and illustrate that the truth cannot simply be erased through censorship. Because there is no freedom without press freedom.



For more information go to: http://sp-url.com/rog-fff-en


Client: Reporters without Borders Germany
Communications Officer: Daniel Schmidthaeussler

Title: Fonts for Freedom

Agency: Serviceplan Campaign Hamburg
Global Chief Creative Officer, Serviceplan: Alexander Schill
Managing Directors: Leif Johannsen, Patrick Matthiensen
Creative Director Art: Soen Becker
Creative Director Copy: Eduard Hoerner
Art Director: Sarah Gstrein
Art Director: Mojca Zavolovsek
Copywriter: Henrik Claus
Account Manager: Lennard Bahr

Digital Agency: Plan.Net Campaign Munich
Managing Director: Marcus Maczey
Art Director: Tammy Jajes
Account Manager: Marlene Ulmer

Media Agency: Mediaplus
Senior Consultant & Planner: Jonas Binder

Instant Waves,NHB Next, Sehsucht, Neverest
Producer: Katrin Habermann

Sound Design/ Music: Supreme Music
Type Designer: bBox:
Anja Meiners, Ralph du Carrois

PR Agency: achtung!
Claudia Rienhoff, Sofia Hiestermann, Lena Marg

Reporters Without Borders Germany is dedicated to supporting freedom of the press worldwide. Each year more newspapers around the world are shut down by oppressive regimes. Currently, more than 300 journalists are in prison. The free press is in danger. Reporters without Borders Germany believes that press freedom is one of the foundations of a democratic society. For this reason, they stand up for the right to inform and be informed throughout the world.

Because anyone who arrests, tortures or kills people because of their independent reporting is acting against human rights.


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