Creative Industry’s Best Interactive Media Solutions Honored

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The Horizon Interactive Awards announces the 2005 winners.

The Horizon Interactive Awards, a leading international interactive media competition, announces the 2005 award winners. The annual competition recognizes excellence in interactive media production among multi-media developers worldwide.

The 2005 competition received hundreds of entries from 15 countries including: Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Japan, New Zealand, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, South Africa, Switzerland, United Kingdom and nearly all 50 US states. A panel of judges, who consisted of various industry professionals with diverse backgrounds, evaluated 11 different categories ranging from online advertising to consumer information to business-to-business communications. The 2005 award winning entries showcase the best developed web sites, CD-Roms, DVDs, audio, video, kiosks, video games and other interactive media.

Winning top honors as “Best of Show” was Canada’s Budget Monk’s 12 hour animated epic DVD called “Broken Saints”. The 4 DVD set, entered in the entertainment category, was an effective blend between fine art, animation, fantasy, horror and comic book styles that created a unique entertainment experience.

“We are continually amazed at the creativity and imagination of the designers and developers who enter the Horizon Interactive Awards competition. The winners in the 2005 competition demonstrated an effective blend between technical excellence and artistic style on a new level,” said Mike Sauce, president of the Horizon Interactive Awards. “The winners this year have utilized the electronic mediums with real purpose and style, many times pushing the envelope for innovative solutions that deliver real value to their clients and end-users.

The Horizon Interactive Awards holds the annual competition in early spring of each year. For more information visit the Horizon Interactive Awards at

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