Vibrant’s week-long Digiday campaign encourages industry executives to participate in public voting, open from October 13, 2011 to October 27, 2011.
(PRWEB) October 17, 2011
Vibrant, the global leader in premium contextual advertising, today announced it will showcase case studies and offer online voting on Digiday, the top digital media and marketing site. The program will run for five days, until October 21, 2011 on http://www.digiday.com. It is part of the fourth annual Vibrant Awards and features a new nominee each day from the shortlist of the best contextual advertising campaigns from the world’s top brands, which include:
-Chrysler LLC/ Universal McCann
-Unilever AXE/ Mindshare
-Vodafone D2 GmbH/ Media Team OMD
-P&G Crest/ Starcom MediaVest
-Visa/ OMD LA
-Arm & Hammer Baking Soda/ MAXUS
Vibrant’s week-long Digiday campaign encourages industry executives to participate in public voting, open from October 13, 2011 to October 27, 2011. The winners will be announced during the Vibrant Awards ceremony on October 27, 2011. Join the conversation on Twitter and stay up to date with new developments at #vibrantawards and follow @vibrantmedia.
Vibrant is a world leader in contextual technology aligning billions of words across the Internet with relevant video, information, tools, and advertising. With over 6,000 premium publishers, reaching more than 250 million unique users per month (comScore, 2011), Vibrant gives top brand marketers the opportunity to deliver highly targeted advertisements within premium Web content and offers publishers premium editorial tools to re-circulate users throughout their websites. Vibrant works with top brand advertisers such as Microsoft, Unilever, Sainsbury's and Hewlett Packard. The company was founded in 2000 and has offices in London, New York, Boston, Detroit, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Paris, Hamburg, Munich and Dusseldorf. Vibrant's rapid growth has been recognized by the Inc. 500 and Deloitte Fast 50 lists, and in the UK: Media Momentum 2006, 2007 and 2008 and Sunday Times Tech Track in 2004 and 2005.