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2005 Radio-Mercury Awards

2005 Radio-Mercury Awards Call For Entry!
$100,000 Grand Prize, Over $60,000 in Additional Prizes
Entry Deadline: Friday, March 4, 2005


The 14th Annual Radio-Mercury Awards

The Radio-Mercury Awards celebrates and rewards creative excellence in Radio commercials and public service announcements. We're recognized as the competition for Radio within the creative, advertiser and radio communities. We're also the richest Radio competition, with over $160,000 in prizes, including the coveted $100,000 Grand Prize.

Radio-Mercury Awards winners are widely considered to be the standard-bearers of Radio excellence. We showcase our winners and finalists on the annual Mercury Awards CD, which is distributed to thousands of agencies - and their clients. Past Mercury winners represent a range of U.S. ad agencies, advertisers, production companies and radio stations.

This is the opportunity to give your Radio work the attention and respect it deserves. Enter the 2005 Radio-Mercury Awards for your chance at recognition and reward.

Student Entries

Your school could win a $2500 cash prize and trophy, along with certificates of recognition for each student involved in the commercial!!! Commercials created as part of a class project can be entered!!!

The Radio-Mercury Student Awards Call for Entry is now open. Entry deadline for students is April 8, 2005. Entering has never been easier! Download and fill in the online .pdf form and mail in your entry package. Entry fees are only $30 per entry.

Contact Lisa Delia with any questions by e-mail at mercury@rab.com, by phone at 212-681-7212, or visit them at www.radiomercuryawards.com.

2005 Call For Entry

We award 15 trophies in 6 categories, including the coveted $100,000 Grand Prize, plus over $60,000 in additional prizes. Entry fees remain $100 per entry, $30 for PSA and Student entries. The competition is open to agencies, advertisers, production companies, and radio stations. (Student competition open to schools. Details are available at www.radiomercuryawards.com.)


The Radio-Mercury Awards

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