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London International Awards began, as the name says, in London in 1986. LIA was the first truly international competition of its kind. We were the first to accept entries from all over the world in Television, Radio and Print being judged within its medium, no matter what region of the world they were entered from.
 
In 2012, after lengthy talks with many of the top creatives from around the world, LIA decided to forego the London award show to invest in the future of the industry. Creative LIAisons, a program fully funded by LIA, was the result of this decision.

2019 JURY PRESIDENTS

Kerstin Emhoff - Branded Entertainment 
Borja Borrero - Design and Package Design
Judy John - Digital
Debra Polkes - Health & Wellness
Bernardo Romero - Health & Wellness - Craft and
   Pharmaceuticals - Craft
Rob Doubal - Integration
Joel Simon - Music & Sound   
Mark Tutssel - Non-Traditional   
Brett O’Connor - Pharmaceuticals
Leslie Sims - Print • Poster • Billboard • Ambient
Wilf Sweetland - Production & Post-Production and Music Video
Torsten Hennings - Radio & Audio and Podcasts
Dominic Stallard - The NEW and Social Influencers
Fred Levron - TV/Cinema/Online Film

2019 GRAND LIAs

  • Ambient
    Ambient
    Entrant: FCB New York, New York
    Burger King - "The Whopper Detour"
  • Branded Entertainment
    Branded Entertainment
    Entrant: FCB Inferno, London
    Huawei - "StorySign"
  • Design
    Design
    Entrant: McCann TLV, Tel Aviv
    IKEA - "ThisAbles"
  • Digital
    Digital
    Entrant: VMLY&R, Kansas City
    Wendy's - "Keeping Fortnite Fresh"
  • Health & Wellness
    Health & Wellness
    Entrant: AMVBBDO, London
    Essity Libresse/Bodyform - "Viva La Vulva"
  • Health & Wellness - Craft
    Health & Wellness - Craft
    Entrant: AMVBBDO, London
    Essity Libresse/Bodyform - "Viva La Vulva"
  • Integration
    Integration
    Entrant: McCann New York, New York
    Xbox - "Changing the Game"
  • Music & Sound
    Music & Sound
    Entrant: Wave Studios, New York
    The New York Times - "The Truth Is Worth It: Fearlessness"
  • Non-Traditional
    Non-Traditional
    Entrant: FCB New York, New York
    Burger King - "The Whopper Detour"
  • Pharmaceuticals - Craft
    Pharmaceuticals - Craft
    Entrant: AREA 23, an FCB Health Network Company, New York
    Constant Therapy - "One Word"
  • Print
    Print
    Entrant: McCann Paris, Neuilly-sur-Seine
    L'Oréal Paris - "The Non-Issue"
  • Production & Post-Production
    Production & Post-Production
    Entrant: Furlined, Los Angeles
    The New York Times - "The Truth Is Worth It: Fearlessness"
  • Public Service/Social Awareness
    Public Service/Social Awareness
    Entrant: McCann New York, New York
    March for Our Lives - "Generation Lockdown"
  • The NEW
    The NEW
    Entrant: Forsman & Bodenfors, Gothenburg
    Volvo Cars - "The E.V.A. Initiative"
  • TV/Cinema/Online Film
    TV/Cinema/Online Film
    Entrant: AMVBBDO, London
    Essity Libresse/Bodyform - "Viva La Vulva"