360i Press Release: 360i Wins Five Internet Advertising Competition Awards

March 21, 2009

Agency recognized for innovative integration of creative, technology and media

NEW YORK, NY – March 25, 2009 – 360i, an employee-owned digital agency, today announced that it has won five Internet Advertising Competition (IAC) awards from the Web Marketing Association. The awards recognize 360i’s innovative digital campaigns on behalf of clients Comedy Central, Cox Newspapers, DIY Network, Oxygen and HGTV.

“We develop campaigns that integrate ideas, insights and technologies to tell a brand’s story and inspire consumer engagement,” said David Levin, President of 360i’s Design & Development Group. “We’re honored to be recognized by the IAC judges for our approach and creative work.”
360i’s IAC awards include:

Comedy Central Indecision 2008 Campaign

Best Rich Media Online Campaign

Cox Newspapers: Access Atlanta Banners

Best Newspaper Rich Media Online Campaign

DIY Blog Cabin “Build Your Vacation Home” Banner

Best Media Rich Media Online Ad

Oxygen Bad Girls “I Never…” Banner/Widget

Outstanding Rich Media Online Ad

HGTV DesignStar “Up For Grabs” Rich Media Banner

Outstanding Rich Media Online Ad

The recognition comes nearly one year after 360i acquired digital design and development firm, i33 communications, to further enhance its ability to craft integrated interactive marketing strategies. Since that time, 360i has garnered numerous awards and industry accolades for the successful integration of its creative, media and technology solutions to drive unique campaigns and drive measurable results for brand marketers.

The IAC Awards were developed by the Web Marketing Association to honor excellence in online advertising, recognize the individuals and organizations responsible and showcase award winning Internet advertising. IAC judges, comprised of professionals in the advertising and Internet worlds, selected winners based on the following criteria: creativity, innovation, impact, design, copywriting and use of the medium.