NAMIC Announces Winners of the 2010 Excellence in Multi-cultural Marketing Awards

The National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) announced the winners of its Excellence in Multi-cultural Marketing Awards (EMMA). Held in conjunction with the Annual NAMIC Conference, the awards competition showcases marketing efforts targeting one or more cultural segments including, but not limited to African American, Asian and Hispanic markets. The 24th Annual NAMIC Conference will take place September 14-15, 2010 at the Hilton New York in Manhattan as part of Diversity Week.

The EMMA competition recognizes the cable industry's commitment to maintaining best practices, while developing creative, strategic and innovative approaches to ethnic-targeted marketing. The competition is comprised of two award categories: Marketing Tactics and Case Studies/Campaign. Entries submitted within each category were judged within two divisions: Cable Companies/Distributors and Networks/Industry Suppliers. A judging panel of independent industry experts evaluated entries and selected all winners based on sound and innovative strategy, strength of execution against the strategy, evaluations of strategy, implementation and results. Deviating from the traditional "best of" competition method, each entry was judged against a standard of excellence and not against other entrants, resulting in the potential for zero to multiple winners in each category.

See a complete list of winners here.


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