More NewsUS Interactive Honored at London International Advertising Awards

US Interactive Honored at London International Advertising Awards

US Interactive won the Grand Prize for Interactive Media--Banners for its work for ComedyCentral in the 1998 London International Advertising Awards competition.

US Interactive won the Grand Prize for Interactive Media–Banners for its work for Comedy Central in the 1998 London International Advertising Awards competition.

“We very honored that our work for Comedy Central was selected by this group of judges for this prestigious award,” said Bronson Smith, executive creative director, US Interactive/New York. “It’s wonderful that established awards competitions such as the LIAA recognize the growing importance of interactive media.”

The London International Advertising Awards (LIAA) this year expanded its awards program to cover interactive advertising. Samples of US Interactive’s banner campaigns can be viewed here.

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