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Check out nominees for the inaugural Screen Nation Digital-iS Media Awards



DIGITALIS VOXAFRICA AWARDS 2013 LOGOThe Inaugural SCREEN NATION DIGITAL-iS MEDIA AWARDS presented in conjunction with Vox Africa (Sky218 ) and sponsored by Google and Afrinolly will showcase the best online work made by black British and international digital media creatives working across short film, web series, music promos, blogs, magazines, social networks and more. The prestigious event will take place on Tuesday 17th December at Google London HQ and will be hosted by James Sherwood, presenter of Afrobuzz on Vox Africa. Proceedings will also be streamed live on Google+ Hangout, with highlights of the event broadcast on Vox Africa (Sky218). SceneTV is the exclusive online media partner and Tamara Event Designers are the event mngnt partner. The awards highlight the new born media maker who can wake up, write, cast and fund a project online, record and edit with a mobile device, launch a YouTube channel to distribute the content, design a blog to publicise their work and find an audience via any one of a number of social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more. The new digital era continues to grow from strength to strength. With the constant debate about the lack of diversity across mainstream media channels, the Screen Nation Digital-iS awards is a great way to give new voices a platform and recognise the wealth of talent succeeding in the digital arena. Please see the categories and nominations below: NOMINEES Favourite Web Series Actor:  Kingsley Amadi (Spin)  Michael Salami (Spin)  Samuell Benta (All About The McKenzies)  Wil Johnson (Sokorates)  Zephryn Taitte (Brothers With No Game) Favourite Web Series Actress:  Busayo Ige (Unfamous)  Letitia Hector (Venus vs Mars)  Linda Adey (Dear Jesus)  Ria Horsford (All About The McKenzies)  Segilola Scott (Breach)  Tanya Vital (Sokorates) Favourite Web Series Ensemble:  All About The McKenzies  Breach  Brothers With No Game  Spin  Unfamous Favourite Web Series:  All About The McKenzies  Brothers With No Game  Dear Jesus  Redemptions End  Sokorates  Spin  Unfamous  Venus vs Mars Favourite Short Film (to be judged by attendees on the day):  12 The Damaged Race (Aml Ameen)  Illegal Activity (Sebastian Thiel)  Jonah (Kibwe Tavare)  Sorry We Don’t Help Darkies (Travis Watson)  The Block (Michael Gouken Omonua) Favourite Music Promo produced by Luti Media  Little Mix ft. Missy Elliot – How Ya Doing (Produced by Amalia Rosen Rawlings, Directed by Carly Cussen)  Lemar – Invincible (Produced by Amalia Rosen Rawlings, Directed by Carly Cussen)  JLS – Do You Feel What I Feel (Produced by LutiFagbenle, Directed by Marcus Lundin)  Angel – The World (Produced by Ayo Davis, Directed by Director X)  Daps – Ian Wright (Produced by LutiFagbenle, Directed by Fabien Montique) Favourite Youth Entertainment/Lifestyle Site/Mag  Flavour  GRM Daily  Its Upshot  Link Up TV  Rep Dat  SB.TV  Soul Culture Favourite Arts & Entertainment/Lifestyle Site/Mag  Afridiziak  Its Blackcurrent  Mad News  Pappzd  The British Blacklist  The LaLa Report Honorary *Digital Vanguard Awards are to be presented to: LUTIFAGBENLE, one of the UK’s top digital producers and founder of LUTI MEDIA – the top UK digital production company working across music promos, commercials and films. JAMAL EDWARDS, the innovative digital entrepreneur, founder and CEO of SB TV the UK’s leading online youth broadcaster. *sponsored by Afrinolly– African entertainment in your pocket VOTING To cast your vote, please go to: this goes live when voting opens 12pm Mon 25th November and closes on Sunday 15th December at midnight. The winner of each category will be selected by a unique combination of peer recognition and public votes. THE CEREMONY – TUES 17TH DECEMBER (3pm – 7.30pm) Inaugural SCREEN NATION DIGITAL-iS MEDIA AWARDS]]>

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