Awards for creative excellence honor ER’s expansive blog and quarterly reports as well as the newly redesigned shots.net website
New York, NY – May 29, 2019 – Extreme Reach (ER) today announced four honors for creative excellence from two awarding organizations, the Hermes Creative Awards and Muse Creative Awards. The accolades were given to ER and its shots.net digital magazine that was acquired in 2018 by ER’s Source Creative division.
In the Hermes Creative Awards, which honor inspirational work from creators and messengers of traditional and emerging media, ER’s awards in the Electronic/Interactive Media category included:
In the Muse Creative Awards that recognize the creative achievements of design and advertising companies, shots.net received Gold in the Website, Magazine category.
“We’re honored to be recognized by the Hermes Creative Awards for both our editorial content and quarterly benchmarks reports,” said Tim Conley, Extreme Reach CEO. “Since its founding, ER has been laser-focused on creating the tools, services and information that help connect creative with media across an ever-expanding and fragmented landscape. Our benchmarks reports and blog content aim to provide the key insights, data and news that allow brands and agencies to identify emerging ad performance trends so they can make their campaigns more strategic and effective. We’re proud to see how valuable our content has become in an industry where growing complexity is becoming the new normal.”
“Launching a new website for shots gave our editors the opportunity to refresh both the design and the navigation of the site while increasing access to our content,” added James Straker, Managing Director, Source Creative. “Taking down our paywall and expanding our coverage of the global creative community keeps us true to our mission of championing the inspiring people behind the world’s most influential creative. These are the people that inspire our team and without them we wouldn’t be recipients of these terrific awards. Our team is honored by the recognition from both the Hermes Creative Awards and Muse Creative Awards.”
The Hermes Creative Awards, bestowed by the Association of Marketing Communications Professionals (AMCP), is one of the largest programs evaluating creative work in the world. Since inception in 1994, the organization has reviewed over 200,000 entries. The list of 2019 award winners is available at https://hermesawards.com/.
The Muse Creative Awards program is administered by International Awards Associates (IAA) and judged by an elite panel of internationally-recognized creative professionals. The full list of this year’s winners is available at https://museaward.com//winner.
About Extreme Reach
Extreme Reach has revolutionized the way marketers and their agencies control the deployment of creative assets and how the media sources those ads to execute campaigns across the complex media landscape. The company’s creative asset management platform, AdBridge™, is built upon a decade of innovation—seamlessly integrating video ad serving, linear TV distribution, OTT/CTV delivery and Talent & Rights management together.
With over 13 million ad creative assets in its care, every path to any screen is built right inside with over 750 team members ensuring customer success. ER connects the buy and sell sides of the advertising ecosystem for the new way creative gets everywhere.
About Source Creative
Source Creative is a division of Extreme Reach. Its family of brands includes Source, Slate and shots, each of which provides tools and inspiration for the creative advertising industry. For its brand, agency and production team subscribers, Source provides a huge, continuously updated database of commercials from around the world, with full credits. Slate, built for talent in front of and behind the camera, is the easy way to manage, present and pitch their work from one cloud location. shots, the long-time leader in global editorial coverage of the ad creative community, is well-known for its annual awards and events. Acquired in 2018, shots is the newest member of the Source family.