The winners of the Press, Radio, Design and Cyber Lions categories have been announced and awarded during the third Awards Ceremony at Cannes Lions.
This year the Design Lions attracted 2,182 entries, the Cyber Lions received 2,458 submissions, Radio saw 1,784 and entries totalled 6,056 in the Press Lions.
The Press Lions Jury, chaired by Tham Khai Meng, Worldwide Chief Creative Officer Ogilvy & Mather, shortlisted 501 entries before awarding 14 gold, 35 silver and 44 bronze Lions.
Fabrica Treviso Italy took home the Grand Prix for the United Colours of Benetton campaign “Unhate (Palestine and Israel)”, “Unhate (USA and Venezuela)” and “Unhate (Germany and France)”.
After shortlisting 169 entries, the Design Grand Prix was awarded to Serviceplan Munich for its entry for Austria Solar – Verein Zur Foerderung Der Thermischen Solarenergie titled ‘The Solar Annual Report 2011″. 19 gold, 13 silver and 38 bronze Lions were also awarded. Presiding over the Jury was Bruce Duckworth, Creative Director of Turner Duckworth.
With Jury President Ian Tait, Executive Creative Director Google Creative Lab heading up the Cyber Lions judging, the jury shortlisted 172 entries and awarded a total of 9 Gold, 31 Silver and 45 Bronze Lions.
Two Cyber Lion Grands Prix were presented; the first to R/GA New York for its Nike+ entry “Nike+ Fuelband” in the Other Interactive Digital Solutions category; the second to Volontaire Stockholm for “Curators of Sweden”, awarded for its entry for Swedish Institute/Visit Sweden in the Viral Advertising category.
Talent São Paulo took home the Radio Grand Prix for their ad “Repellent Radio”, for Go Outside Magazine. With Rob McLennan, Executive Creative Director of Net#workBBDO as president, the jury shortlisted 185 entries and awarded 9 gold, 19 silver and 26 bronze Lions.
During the ceremony, the prestigious Media Person of the Year award was presented to Jack Dorsey, the Creator, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Twitter, Inc.
Also honoured were the winners of the Young Lions Print, Cyber and Design Competitions. The team from Singapore took the gold print medal, with Poland taking gold for their cyber entry and Colombia accepting the gold design medal.
The winning work from these categories is now available to view online, together with their credits.