LONDON, February 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
We are delighted to announce the release of the shortlist for the British Media Awards 2016. The 5th incarnation of the now established awards ceremony once again looks to highlight excellence and innovation within the British media industry.
This year's shortlist showcases impressive innovation in how social media, video and other new distribution channels are being utilised to drive revenue growth. From becoming increasingly important in generating subscription revenue, to driving engagement with key demographics these new channels have taken centre stage in some of this year's most compelling entries.
Iain Brown, TheMediaBriefing General Manager said "This year's entries provide a window on how the media landscape has shifted over the past 12 months. Publishers are waking up to less conventional ways in which to distribute their content and seeing greater returns using less traditional channels. They really showcase the ingenuity of British Media companies and how we are leading the way in the global media industry."
With a panel of judges that have unparalleled experience in the industry, the British Media Awards seek out and reward those that excel in each of the carefully chosen categories. They aim to highlight innovation and excellence wherever it comes from - be it a print newspaper, a digital business website or a mobile-enhanced version of a consumer magazine.
This year's ceremony takes place on the 4th of May in the Hilton on Park Lane. For more information contact Tim Headley, Head of Marketing at email@example.com or on +44-(0)203-6915-893.
About the British Media Awards:
The British Media Awards highlight the best in business across the entire media industry. From the Lifetime Achievement Award to the Website of the year award, our expert panel of judges recognise excellence across the whole industry. The awards have quickly become the standard that those leading this sector measure themselves and their peers by. With a panel of judges that have unparalleled experience in the industry the awards reward those that excel in each of the carefully chosen categories. We want to highlight innovation and excellence no matter where it comes from - be it a print newspaper, a digital business website or a mobile version of a consumer magazine.
The British Media Awards are organised by Briefing Media Ltd.
Contact: Tim Headley
83 Victoria Street
SOURCE British Media Awards 2016