Nominate Your Candidates for the Hispanic Digital and Print Media Awards

Nominate candidates from now until August 12. After that voting starts! Winners will be announced this October 9th during at the Awards Dinner to conclude this year’s Hispanic Digital and Print Media Conference in NYC.

Nominations are accepted for Candidates in the following 9 Categories:

  • Top Hispanic Digital Media Innovation
     
  • Top Hispanic Digital Advertising Campaign Plan and Execution
  • Top Hispanic Print Media Innovation
  • Top Hispanic Print Advertising Campaign Plan and Execution
  • Top Panregional Digital and Print Advertising Campaign Plan and Execution
  • Top Panregional Digital and Print Media Innovation.
  • Top Content Provider to Hispanic and Latin American Audiences
  • Top Print Media Professional of the Year
  • Top Digital Media Professional of the Year

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